The Museum of Geneva History, operated by the Geneva Historical and Genealogical Society, Inc., was dedicated in 1966 with Leo Rehbinder, a descendant of an early Russian family, cutting the ribbon. It was built on land donated by the Kilbees, another “first Family” of Geneva. The building houses hundreds of artifacts donated or loaned by Geneva residents, reflecting the home life and work experience of French, Russian, British West Indies, and English settlers. The collection also includes local area fossils, Native American mound tools, 2nd Seminole Indian War findings, as well as those used in the man-made industries that flourished in the area. Historical writings and family histories are available as well. Come visit a museum of amazing variety and size for a small village.
165 First St.
Geneva, FL 32732
Open the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month (except Mother’s Day)
2 to 4 p.m. or by appointment – email GenevaHGS@aol.com
or call 407-349-5697