Williams Academy Black History Museum

Fort Myers 1936 Henderson Ave. , Fort Myers, FL 33916

Contact:
(239) 332-8778

PAYMENTS ACCEPTED: Cash, Personal Checks

The Williams Academy Black History Museum is a 1942 addition to the original Williams Academy, the first government-funded school for black students. The Williams Academy was built in 1913. The museum features Lee County African-American information.

Overview

Dates Closed: National Holidays

Driving Time to Nearby Lodging: 10 minutes

Disabled Traveler Information: ADA Compliant

Facility Amenities: Bus Parking, Indoor Activity, Meeting Facilities, Parking, Picnic Area

Information/Services: Brochures, Maps

Category: City/County Park, Historic Attraction, Museum, Museum Historical

Capacity of Boat: 50

Tour Information: Customized Tours, Guided Tours, Self-Guided Tours

Golf Course Type: Resort Course

Deals

Discounts: Group Discount,Other Discount,Senior Citizen Discount

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