Thu Mar 14, 10:00 AM - Thu Mar 14, 2:00 PM
4800 hwy 301 n, Tampa, fl 33610

Community: Downtown Tampa


Discover turn-of-the-century American ingenuity! How would a sewing machine, mail-order catalogs, or steam engines change your life in 1890? What would life be like for a child growing up in a Florida farming and ranching community over 100 years ago?

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Educators in historic dress will welcome guests to the 1885 Carlton House, Okahumpka Depot, Terry Store, School House, and more authentic structures. Students will learn some pioneer life-hacking skills, design their own inventions, complete an 1890s patent form, and decipher a Morse Code message. Each young learner will enjoy demonstrations of daily chores and skills.

General Pricing: $11 per person 4 years old and up, children 3 years old and younger will be admitted for FREE. Advance ticket purchase required- this is a very popular event and there are limited tickets available. Tickets only available online. All ticket sales are final.

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