5 NE First St, Delray Beach Florida 33444
561-243-0223 Fax 561-243-1062
Originally a cottage built in 1915 by Delray Beach community leader and Methodist minister, Reverend John R. Cason, this museum depicts the lifestyle of a typical household of the early 1900s. The historic vernacular-style house was constructed of Dade County pine, and features craftsman cottage details; the structure was recently restored in a joint effort by the Delray Beach Historical Society and the City of Delray Beach.
In addition to period furnishings and artifacts, taped oral histories by pioneer citizens are also offered. Open Tuesday-Friday; closed holidays.
Other History nearby:
(Fort Lauderdale) Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum
(Delray Beach) Cason Cottage Museum
(Clewiston) Clewiston Museum
(Fort Lauderdale) Fort Lauderdale Historical Museum
(Palm Beach) Henry M Flagler Museum
(Nacogdoches) Oak Grove Cemetery
03/19 Coming to The Delray Beach area
Delray Beach Affair Delray Beach FL April5-7 The event takes place along the palm tree lined downtown streets of Delray Beach and stretches 12 city blocks from the Intracoastal to NW 2nd Avenue and two city parks. The Delray Affair has received numerous awards for its ‘eclectic’ mixture of fine art, great crafts and funky products from around the world.
Peace River Celtic Festival Punta Gorda FL April10 Our Festival is perpetually dedicated to the memory of David Parker, member of Elks Lodge 2606 and the founder of the Peace River Celtic Festival. David loved Celtic music, laughter, good friendship and good times! If you cherish these things as well, you'll want to be part of this special event!
Bike Night in Cape Coral Cape Coral FL April13 The City of Cape Coral Parks and Recreation is proud to bring you Cape Bike Night! Motorcycle enthusiasts can get together and listen to live bands, eat great food, and just have fun at this great event!
Vero Beach Hibiscus Festival Vero Beach FL April13 The Hibiscus Festival is a yearly celebration for the City of Vero Beach, to increase awareness of the historic downtown sector, raise funds for Main Street Vero Beach that work towards the preservation and growth of the area and encourages community participation from residents, organizations and businesses.
Tortuga Music Festival FORT LAUDERDALE FL April13-14 The beach will be transformed into an oceanfront music experience, featuring top country and rock artists and local culinary delights on the shores of the Florida coast. Together with Rock The Ocean, Tortuga will pair music with meaning by raising awareness about marine conservation and issues affecting the world’s oceans.
Cardboard Boat Regatta Cape Coral FL April20 The Regatta is open to participation from businesses, schools, youth groups, groups of friends, and non-profit organizations desiring to build a boat and participate. This is a wonderful team-building experience; giving employees an opportunity to work together toward a common goal and have a lot of fun doing it.