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  • Monday - Friday: 9:00 am-4:30 pm
  • Saturdays: 10:00 am-4:30 pm
  • Sundays and Holidays: Noon-4:30 pm
  • Closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas
The Florida Historic Capitol Museum is currently closed to the public.
All museum programs have been either cancelled or postponed at this time.
For more information, please call the Museum’s main line at 850-487-1902.

Virtual Tours


Learn at Home

  • Build your own 3-D model of the Historic Capitol at home with this craft activity. Supplies required are a printer, scissors, and tape.

  • Video: Story Time and Craft Activity with Education Coordinator Stephanie: Follow That Map by Scot Richie
    Education Coordinator Stephanie shares a special book about maps and how they document the wonders of your world. The follow-up Me on a Map! activity can be completed at home with materials that you have around the house!
    This video and craft activity are part of the 2020 WFSU summer Challenge. Be sure to check out their page for all the summer fun!

  • Explore your neighborhood and identify buildings that have architectural features that are similar to the Historic Capitol!

  • Activity Booklet: Enjoy learning about Florida’s political history with games and puzzles reflecting the people and positions in state government.

  • Virtual Field Trip: Issues in the House of Representatives Mock Voting Program
    Are you an educator who is looking for interactive materials for your virtual classroom? Have you and your students visited the Historic Capitol in the past? We have produced an at-home version of our mock voting program and can mail it to you loaded onto a flash drive. Request your copy by emailing info@flhistoriccapitol.gov.

    Then, check out the pre-visit materials divided by topic to help you and your students prep for the fun!

    Just for Fun

    Love looking at our historic building and need a bit of a break? Spend some time (usually less than 10 minutes) piecing these photos back together. Like any preservation project, you will need to look at all of the angles to get the full picture.

    PRO TIPS: Puzzles work best on a computer, but don't worry, you can complete them on your mobile-device with a bit more work. To rotate the pieces of the puzzle, hold down the left mouse button and then click the right mouse button to rotate. Each click rotates the piece 90 degrees.