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The museum has an outdoor area where Mosaic, the mining company, brings raw materials from their nearby phosphate mines. The gravel-like material contains prehistoric shark teeth, as well as other prehistoric artifacts such as bones, etc.
There is a guide poster outside by the dig...More
If you like fossils and arrow heads, you might find enough here to make the trip worth your while. After all it is free. However, the phosphate info and Mulberry history is an easy find on Google. If you're driving by stop in but don't...More
It is a cute place for kids you can spend about an hour there if you read everything and sit with ur kids. The museum is made of train cars,caboose and another train plus the station. There is also a fossil dig so bring a...More
Went there to learn more about fossils. Great selection of fossils found in the area on display. The lady at the museum was very helpful and seemed to enjoy talking about fossils. Once we had looked at the display of fossils, my friend and I...More
It's on the small size but wonderful. They now have a train (engine) on display from the late 1800's. They dug this up I think in 2013. It was buried by phosphate miners and forgotten.
They have fossils on display from animals that have long...More
This Place Has History and Offers Some Events Sometimes. Their is A Pile of Rocks in a Large Phosphate Shovel with Shark teeth In it. The Museum has Gallerys About Phosphate and Prehistoric Florida. Their is A Caboose, an Old Small Diesel Locomotive, and a...More
It's the kind of place that you wouldn't even know was there unless you saw a review or read about it in a magazine.
While visiting some friends in Mulberry we stopped in for a visit. It's not a place I would drive great distance...More