The Family Heritage House Museum is a black heritage museum in Bradenton, Florida. It is dedicated to local African American history, filled with historic items and memorabilia chronicling the life and achievements of the African-Americans in the area.
The Family Heritage House Museum was opened in 1990 through the efforts of Fredi Sears Brown and her husband, Ernest. It houses and presents historical memorabilia, photos, clothes, letters, and other items that are related to the local black history. They also have a model of the downtown neighborhood that has once served as a hub for local African-Americans. It was later torn down and demolish, which was quite a big loss for the community. The model is an exact reproduction of the said area.
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