to the Cape Coral Museum of History

Since its inception in 1987, the Cape Coral Museum of History has sought to discover, preserve, and share the history of Cape Coral through its archives, museum exhibits and public programs. The Museum is the official repository for the history of Cape Coral and serves as a public resource for all sectors of the local community, as well as international and U.S. tourists. Operated by the Cape Coral Historical Society, the museum exhibits artifacts, documents, and photographs pertaining to the history of Cape Coral and Southwest Florida.

With three buildings and three garden areas there is so much to explore!

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All the News That’s Fit to Print:
60 years of the Cape Coral Breeze

This exhibit celebrates the history of our trusted local newspaper from its newsletter beginning as the “Gulf Breeze” in 1961 to today’s full color, 40-plus page Cape Coral Breeze newspaper.

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Covid-19 Update 😷
Because of the continued coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, our in-person services are modified until further notice. Please note that we are still limiting our tour numbers to 8 people at a time and all tours begin at the top of the hour.