Manatee Village Historical Park

Manatee Village Historical Park    

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Preserve Real Places, Tell Real Stories. Established in 1976, our mission is to preserve and share the heritage of Manatee County's founding period (1840-1918). Take a stroll back in time and …
Preserve Real Places, Tell Real Stories. Established in 1976, our mission is to preserve and share the heritage of Manatee County's founding period (1840-1918). Take a stroll back in time and explore a collection of historical and replica buildings representing the pioneering spirit of early settlers in this area. Structures include a 1913 Steam Engine, 1903 General Store, 1908 Schoolhouse, 1912 Settler's house, 1887 Church, 1860 Courthouse, and the Fogarty Boat Works. Walk-in tours are self-guided and free of charge. Donations are appreciated. Manatee Village is a part of the Manatee County Clerk of the Circuit Court & Comptroller Historical Resources Department, with additional support from the Manatee County Historical Commission, Inc.

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Feb 7, 2024
This is an interesting slice of Florida history. We spent several hours here learning about the buildings, artifacts, and history. Also visited the cemetery across the street. Fascinating. Full review by TCol10
Mar 14, 2023
We were looking for things to do on Spring Break and came across this place. There is no fee but a donation. My 7 year old nephew got a scavenger hunt map and it kept him motivated and engaged to lea… Full review by nancyu523
Mar 7, 2023
Nicely preserved historical venue for the area. We spent a couple hours wandering the grounds and checking out the buildings and artifacts. A great way to spend an afternoon and learning a lot abou… Full review by Candeverm

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Is it pet friendly?
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What are the hours of operations and is there an admission fee?
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The hours are 9am-4pm. Closed Sunday. There is no fee but they do ask for a donation. A donation helps keeps this open air museum open. $5 is not unreasonable for a look at old Florida.
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Answer by Donald W · Jun 28, 2017
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do you have an address
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1404 Manatee Ave East. The park is located at the junction of SR 64 (Manatee Ave) and 14th St.. Manatee Ave. is one way (Westbound) from 14th St. through downtown Bradenton. …
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1404 Manatee Ave East. The park is located at the junction of SR 64 (Manatee Ave) and 14th St.. Manatee Ave. is one way (Westbound) from 14th St. through downtown Bradenton. To go Eastbound you use 6th Ave East & 7th Ave East. Yes, it is the same street with 2 different numbers. (Only in Florida)
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Answer by · Apr 11, 2017
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What is the address of Manatee village n where to park
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1404 Manatee Avenue East, Bradenton, FL 34208. 941-749-7165
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Where are pets allowed?
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Pets are not allowed to enter any of the buildings but may walk along the walkway, courtyard, and grass areas.
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