LIVE OAK — The Suwannee County Historical Museum is once again proudly flying the American flag in front of the historical building in downtown Live Oak on U.S. Highway 129 at the railroad tracks.
This Live Oak historical treasure, located in the old Atlantic Coast Line Freight Station, is currently undergoing changes in the museum located inside where two new museum curators are excited to be cleaning the treasures inside, re-organizing everything and welcoming guests. In the process it was realized the outside flag pole’s roping had decayed to the point the flag could not safely be flown. The issue was fixed with assistance from Busy Bees Tree Trimming and Removal.
The museum is open to the public, free admission, Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Visitors may stop in and browse the hundreds of historical photos, books, items, furniture and so much more that represents the history of Suwannee County and North Florida.
The museum is located inside the Atlantic Coast Line Freight Station next to the Suwannee County Chamber of Commerce and North Florida College at 208 North Ohio Avenue (U.S. 129) by the railroad tracks. For more information, call 386-362-1776 or go to www.suwanneehistory.com.