Reflections of Manatee (Reflections) is a museum situated at the Curry Houses Historic District in Bradenton, Florida. Our mission is to inspire people to gain knowledge from the past to build a better future for our community.
Open 1st and 3rd Saturdays beginning December 4th. Fridays beginning December 10th.
Tours are available other times by appointment. (Closed December 21-27)
A VISIT TO OUR SITE INCLUDES:
• The Samuel G. and Amanda Curry House (circa 1860): a historic house museum with furnishings from the 1800s.
• The Mary Amelia Curry House (circa 1860): an exhibit center. The Manatee Room currently hosts an exhibit about the early settlement, including artifacts found during archaeological investigations. The "Archaeology of Freedom” exhibit highlights the excavations for Angola including a 3D model of the excavation’s stratigraphy.
• The Theodosia Curry House (1925): Our Visitors Center also houses the exhibit "Freedom Seekers at the Manatee", which tells the dramatic story of the maroon community of Angola and Florida's Underground Railroad.
Manatee Mineral Springs
and Reflections of Manatee
Featured on ABC 7's Suncoast View:
DISCOVERING THE SUNCOAST
WITH MIKE MODRICK
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for allowing us to share this video with you.