Visitor's Center and Museum
The Visitor’s Center is located at the top of the first gravel driveway, overlooking the site grounds. This facility is wheelchair accessible with an access ramp adjacent to the paved designated parking.
The 1,000 square-foot museum exhibit highlights Arcadia’s unique story by exploring the historical and archaeological aspects of the site through interpretive panels and artifacts on display. The museum includes a children's area, "Meet Me at the Mill" featuring an educational exhibit on archaeology, milling, and nature with hands-on displays.
The exhibit space includes a museum store that is a wonderful source of books and gifts relating to local history and culture.
The classroom is used as an educational station for scheduled tours, lecture and program facility, and as a meeting room available for local non-profit organizations and groups. If you are interested in using the classroom as a meeting space, please contact the Education Staff at 850-626-3084 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accessible restrooms and a water fountain are available inside the Visitor’s Center, which is the only location on site for such facilities.
The administrative offices of the site manager and museum educator are also located inside the Visitor’s Center.
Little Free Library:
The Visitor's Center porch features a Little Free Library, Charter #35132, built by a local Pensacolian. Visitors of all ages are encouraged to participate through the motto, "Take a Book, Return a Book."
Guests are encouraged to stop by the Visitor’s Center to view the museum exhibit; pick up our brochure with a site map; obtain information about other local destinations; and request a guided tour, if desired. Free guided tours are available Tuesday through Saturday during business hours, with the last tour leaving at 3:15 p.m. The Visitor’s Center also features a wide porch with rocking chairs, so stop by for a while!