Lake Placid Historical Society Depot Museum, 12 Park Avenue, Lake Placid, Florida, USA / Built: 1927
Just like any other historical town, Lake Placid has also some memorial historical items that we (Lake Placid Historical Society Depot Museum) bring it for you. This museum is located in Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Depot and it contains many historical items including railway documents, railway equipment and much more.
This museum is owned and run by Lake Placid Historical Society and it is funded entirely by donations – no tax money or state money is used. This museum is operated and cleaned by well-trained volunteers.
Along with indoor historical items, you will also find some outdoor items such as historical caboose that is a steam engine from 1920s.
Lake Placid is very popular tourist spot and if you are planning to visit this place then ensure you visit our museum as well.
Lake Placid Historical Museum has four small exhibit rooms. The name of first room is called Jennie Reninger Room, the next room is called 'Agent Room' that is dedicated to all those who served in the building. The next room is Hoy room which is named after Jeanette Hoy. The last room is very special as it is 'memorial' room which contains some amazing memorial items.
If you are visiting Lake Placid with the group of 5 members then we can provide you guided tours and our trained staff will answer your questions. There is no admission charges but we greatly appreciate donations. Our museum is open from 10 am to 3 pm on Monday through Friday.
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