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The Historical Society's museum collections cover a broad range of documents and artifacts depicting the everyday activities and way of life in Clay County during the past century.

The collections include hundreds of items, including early phonographs, medical equipment, cameras, tyewriters, toasters, sewing machines, dolls, an elaborate dollhouse, vintage clothing, and many other items of everyday working and living.

Old Country Store


This display depicts an old country store with items ranging from hardware to ladies accessories;
the grocer's scales, cash register, and display counter.

Old Country Kitchen


 Here is a reminder of the kitchen of a century ago -
complete with churn, wood cooking stove, loom, and kitchen and laundry implements and utensils.
Historical Railroad


In 1992, the Society acquired a railroad collection that had been
assembled by the late Bud Hess of Switzerand, Florida and brought
to Green Cove Springs.  This extensive collection includes the highly
visible red caboose, an authentic station building, a crossing gate
and signals, many laterns and hundreds of other items.
Photographs and Documents


In addition to the physical displays, there are many photos and documents relating to the Resort Era, when Green Cove Springs was a busting reort destination with its "medicinal" springs and grand hotels catering to the riverboat traffic.

Visit the Museum at 915 Walnut Street,
in the Historical Triangle
Walnut and Ferris (Hwy 16) Streets
Green Cove Springs, Florida

Open 2:00 to 5:00
Sundays (except Holidays)
or for tours, by appointment.

Admission is FREE - Donations Appreciated

Contact the Historic Society at (904) 284-9644
Clay County Historical Society       P.O. Box 1202      Green Cove Springs, FL 32043