2175 Hwy 71 South
Marianna, FL 32448-2540
Phone: (850) 526-5600
Fax: (850) 482-7899
2175 Hwy 71 South, Marianna, FL, US, 32448-2540
- Phone: (850) 526-5600
- Fax: (850) 482-7899
Arts & Museums
Go back to a simpler time at the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement. This living history museum has dedicated itself to preserving the traditions and lifestyle of the region's pioneers to educate future generations. In addition to their museum exhibits, the settlement offers a wide variety of activities, such as arts and crafts workshops and programs for boy and girl scouts. There are rental spaces available for weddings, celebrations, and dinners, and the settlement is happy to cater any event with a traditional pioneer feast. Stop at the Pioneer Settlement's shop where you'll find everything from Tupelo honey, maple syrup produced on site, as well as hand-crafted artisan goods from the Panhandle region. Check out the website for upcoming events such as the Annual Peanut Boil or Pioneer Day!
Visit an actual Nuclear Generating Facility. The Visitors Center offers displays, programs and tours. Fun and educational for the entire family. A showcase of energy and fun. Special programs are available for groups, like scouts, senior citizens and others.
Five galleries feature changing exhibitions of visual and decorative arts in the historic building. Also features ARTventures, a hands-on exhibit for children and a gift gallery for shopping.
A nonprofit arts center which is dedicated to promoting the understanding and appreciation of visual arts in Gadsden County and showcases a wide range of fine visual art in all styles of media by local and regional artists.
From dinos to trains, what kid wouldn't love to spend the day at this interactive museum? Created by the Junior Women's Club and the Women's Club of Panama City in 1967, the Junior Museum of Bay County opened in 1969 and moved to its current location in 1981. It sits on 12 acres full of fun for the whole family, from its 1500 foot boardwalk and nature trail, to its very own pioneer settlement. Learn about your body at the Body Works exhibit, then take a trip through time and explore real pioneer buildings from the 1800s. The museum offers programs for kids of all ages, including summer camps, classes for younger children, birthday parties, and its great for field trips. General Admission is USD3 for non-members, while members get in free.
Early County Museum lets visitors explore and learn more about the history of Early County.
Visual Arts Center of Northwest Florida promotes local and international art using a range of mediums. The center promotes a sense of community by offering a variety of workshops like pottery, photography, and others for kids and adults. The center is located in a 1920s Spanish style building offering a sense of history to its art guests.