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The Florida Agricultural Museum is an agricultural museum in Palm Coast, Florida. It is best noted for being the official ?Museum of Agriculture and Rural History of the State of Florida?.

The Florida Agricultural Museum features 660 acres of a ?rural attraction?, designed to show visitors how farm life is like. Its main attractions are its numerous restored historic structures, including five historic buildings from a 1930s Depression-era citrus business, a dairy barn the used to belong to Governor Millard Caldwell, John Hewitt?s water powered sawmill, and the Dry Goods Store from the turn of the century. They also have an 1890s Cracker homestead, which shows visitors how early life in Florida is like.

Aside from the historic structures, the Florida Agricultural Museum is also home to several rare livestock breeds that were traditionally raised in old farms and homesteads in the area.
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