Flagler Beach Historical Museum opened in 2001 located at 207 South Central Avenue in Flagler Beach. Our museum guide pointed out different events in the many photographs that depicted life in Flagler Beach formerly named Ocean City. George Moody the first mayor of Flagler Beach built the Flagler Beach Hotel and The Moody Hotel. Charles Lindbergh known as Lucky Lindy landed in Flagler Beach in 1931.
Different displays throughout the museum include The Wall of Astronauts including NASA Facts. A history of the Intracoastal Waterway that includes development of Flagler Beach. Indian Pottery, Indian Artifacts and Shell Tools part of the Prehistoric Period. Eight plantations flourished during the Plantation Period growing sugarcane, cotton, indigo, rice, and corn. During the Seminole Wars, Indians and slaves burned down the plantations. In the early 1830s, John James Audubon visited two plantations, painted two birds the American Coot, and the Greater Yellowlegs.
Museum coasters, postcards, books, and 8 x 10 art photos for sale. Free entrance to the museum, donations accepted. I recommend the museum, interesting artifacts and the guide was very knowledgeable.