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Worth a Stop Even If Its Closed

It was closed on the Saturday morn I showed up, but you can walk freely around the buildings and... read more

Reviewed January 19, 2017
Noah G
Pensacola, Florida
Quint little city

Takes you back in history. Shows how people lived in ages back 1860s Churches Garden School Old... read more

Reviewed November 27, 2016
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19 Jan 2017
“Worth a Stop Even If Its Closed”
27 Nov 2016
“Quint little city”
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Reviewed January 19, 2017

It was closed on the Saturday morn I showed up, but you can walk freely around the buildings and read the small plaques that tell the story of each building. I found the church and schoolhouse the most interesting. There is a lonely cat who...More

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Reviewed November 27, 2016 via mobile

Takes you back in history. Shows how people lived in ages back 1860s Churches Garden School Old grown trees .oakes

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Reviewed July 27, 2016

Took a group of 13 kids ages 5 to 10. Very interesting, loved our tour guide. The kids really enjoyed the fun games, making rope and trying to rope a cow!! Definitely will go back!

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Reviewed April 23, 2016 via mobile

We took the kids here and they thought it was cool. They enjoyed seeing the old ways and machinery. The church is amazing I love history and being able to pass it on to the kids. It only has about 1 hour worth of stuff...More

Thank Jack G
Reviewed February 24, 2016

This park was used to host a family campout for families in Polk County. There were many historical items that helped make the campout interesting, & educational. It's also nice just to visit to look at the historical village.

Thank Lea T
Reviewed January 16, 2016

Great visit there, the old buildings were very interesting. The buildings were pretty authentic with there furnished rooms. Lots of volunteer guides to answer questions.

Thank Pauline. M
Reviewed October 18, 2015 via mobile

Visited this area for a friend's wedding location. Gorgeous grounds, very well kept. Bathrooms available as well. Very nice historic buildings to check out. Looked like a nice place to bring the family for a day out exploring.

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Reviewed October 9, 2015 via mobile

This little preserved piece of history is great. It is worth stopping by. It feels as though you have stepped back into history.

Thank kbur123
Reviewed October 19, 2014

Homeland, Florida is a tiny town very near Bartow, a few miles east of Tampa. It was founded before statehood, which was in 1845. This small place has lovingly saved and restored a historic church, the first schoolhouse, a pioneer homestead, and a few other...More

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