Scavenger Hunt at the Carrabelle History Museum!
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Saturday, September 21, 2019

Carrabelle History Museum, 106 SE Avenue B, Carrabelle, FL 32322

Phone Number
(850) 697-2141


Scavenger Hunt at the Carrabelle History Museum!

The Carrabelle History Museum will be introducing a brand new, fun Museum Scavenger Hunt this day (for bragging rights only.)  Bring the whole family!  The Carrabelle History Museum Scavenger Hunt is an entertaining addition to a day at the museum. Not only does it help children  and adults alike notice some unusual details, it also boosts the fun as you learn more about the museum and displays. The basic premise is that you get clues to find certain objects  & artifacts in the museum.  You get a picture or description of the item and a general location.  To prove that you found the item, you answer a simple question about that exhibit. It’s a unique way to discover more about the museum and a great opportunity to closely examine some displays that you may have been passing by.  From a 1,000 pound pig to Native American pottery, from enormous sharks to a tiny shrimp boat, come discover something new (or old) with the Carrabelle History Museum's scavenger hunt.  Open 10 am-5 pm.

Also, in observance of this year’s Museum Day theme, “Year of Music”, the Carrabelle History Museum will be featuring nostalgic and folk music as well as several musical instruments in its collection. From Will McLean’s folk classic, “Tate’s Hell” in the family room to recordings of world-class Florida Folk music outside to nostalgic records in a listening room, the museum will be showcasing music and sound. In addition, music and sound related artifacts will be highlighted and featured throughout the museum - from a Native American pentatonic flute, a Civil War era flute and even a drum from the Marching Band at Carrabelle High School and much more. 


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