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The Carpentry Shop Museum is a history museum in Maitland, Florida. It features the historic building that the Waterhouse family built and used as an office and business venue.

The Carpentry Shop Museum is housed in a very small building that was completed in 1883. It was primarily used by William H. Waterhouse to conduct work for his woodworking and construction business. Due to this, it was transformed into a site that features tools and items used by craftsmen in the late 19th century.

Visitors can learn a lot of things while at the Carpentry Shop Museum. For one, there are a good number of old items that may seem impractical today, what with the latest innovations in the field of carpentry. Tours are commonly guided, where guides will also demonstrate how the items are used.
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