Today I went by the Saford Historical Society Museum. I got there a little early, an hour before it opened, so I went over to DeBary Hall.
DeBary Hall in the town of DeBary has opened a brand new visitor center, with a great 15 minute orientation film. On the film, imagine that you are on the steam ship, "The City of Jacksonville," on your way down the St. Johns River for a vacation around DeBary Hall in the 1880s. The seats sway back and forth as the ship meanders down the river, and gets stuck on the sandbar at bottom of Lake George. Then you are taken on a guided tour of DeBary Hall, built in 1871 by Count Frederick DeBary. Admission is $3 per person. Check it out.