The Historic Homestead Town Hall Museum is a local history museum in Homestead, Florida.
Its focus is on the history of the City of Homestead and the surrounding areas. It is located in the original Homestead City Hall, built in 1917, at 41 N. Krome Avenue, across the street from the Seminole Theater, built in 1920, and currently undergoing restoration.
The Museum has a 1924 LaFrance fire truck which belonged to the City of Homestead and has been restored.
There are also numerous photographs on display, books for sale, DVDs that can be played on a TV in the Museum and a library of books about the area.
The hours are 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday.
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