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The Plumb House Museum is a local history museum in Clearwater, Florida. It tells of the history of the area through vintage furnishing and artifacts.

The Plumb House Museum traces its roots back to 1896 when it was initially completed. It originally served as a paint store on the ground floor and as apartments in the second level. It was also noted for being the home of the Plumb family, wherein the first paid school teacher in Clearwater, Jennie Reynolds Plumb, was raised. It was originally located at the corners of Lakeview and South Fort Harrison Avenues, but was moved in 1983 to its current location.

The Plumb House Museum is open regularly every Saturday from 10 am to 1 pm and on every first and third Thursdays of every month.
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