The Camp Walton Schoolhouse is a historical two-room schoolhouse from 1911 and was used until 1936. Since then, it has been restored, moved several times, and added to the Heritage Park.
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The City of Fort Walton Beach Heritage Park & Cultural Center includes the Indian Temple Mound Museum, Camp Walton Schoolhouse Museum, Garnier Post Office Museum, Fort Walton Temple Mound, and the Civil War Exhibit building.
Together these four museums and National Historic Landmark form a cultural center which presents the history of the Fort Walton Beach area during prehistoric times, the Civil War as it relates to the region, the first school in 1912, and the close of the post office in the 1950s.
All four museums are included with admission.
The Fort Walton Civil War Exhibit has artifacts from the Confederacy and information about Florida during that time.
The Garnier Post Office Museum was the county's post office between 1918 and 1956. The historical building houses items from the era.
Over 150 years old, Holland Farms is a family run crop farm that is an operating relic of a different time. The small farm produces fresh peanuts and often grows seasonal crops such as pumpkins, sunflowers, and watermelon for festivals and their year-round market.
The Indian Temple Mound Museum exhibits artifacts from Native Americans in the area over the past 12,000 years. There are over 1,000 artifacts at the musuem and many exhibits are interactive.