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Indian River County Historical Society and Museum [FL]

The Indian River County Historical Society seeks to preserve and share the environment and social history of Indian River County, FL. The society's museum, located in the 1903 Vero Beach Railroad Station, allows visitors to tour the exhibit center and get a glimpse of local history from prehistoric times through World War II. The society also operates the 1909 Hallstrom Farmstead, which contains furnishings and art original to the site. The home was originally the main residence of a pineapple plantation.

The museum offers tours and exhibits. The farmstead offers period rooms and both historical and environmental tours.

 
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