The Old Davie School Museum is a local history museum in Davie, Florida. It tells of the development of the town of Davie, from being what most considered as an impenetrable swamp to a bustling community today.
The Old Davie School Museum features the Old Davie School building. The structure was completed in 1917 and was noted for being the first permanent school in the Everglades. It operated as an educational institution until 1980 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.
Aside from the Old Davie School, there are also other attractions in the area like the 1930s Viele House, which operates as a historic house museum. There?s also the Pioneer House, which is a replica of a circa 1908 settler shack.