We are a local history and genealogy museum focused on the history of the Panhandle of Florida with emphasis on Okaloosa County.
The Museum’s Purpose Statement: "The Baker Block Museum's purpose is to preserve and display artifacts and documents of the early development of the Florida Panhandle, particularly Okaloosa County, in order to educate the public on the technology, history and impact of historic events including early culture of Spanish, French, Dutch and Native Americans, the naval stores industry, the rail transportation industry and military installations in the State of Florida and more specifically along the Yellow and Shoal Rivers, early railroad routes, timber industries, pioneer communities and fisheries."
We are a local history museum and a genealogy library. We also have a gift shop in the front of the building.
1307 Georgia Ave., Baker (FL), 32531, United States