AND SEE SANI­BEL AS IT ONCE WAS.

Gulf & Main - - To Your Health -

The vil­lage is Sani­bel’s trib­ute to the past and a de­light for visi­tors and res­i­dents alike. It is the place to ex­pe­ri­ence a glimpse of Sani­bel and its peo­ple from the 1880s through the 1940s.

Set­tled by farm­ers who en­joyed sev­eral decades of agri­cul­tural pro­duc­tion, Sani­bel’s way of life is re­flected at the mu­seum and vil­lage with its nine his­tor­i­cal build­ings. The build­ings are orig­i­nal struc­tures moved to the vil­lage from their long-time is­land lo­ca­tions. There is a pi­o­neer home, a fish­ing cot­tage, the old Post Of­fice, the old Sani­bel School­house, the old Bai­ley’s Gen­eral Store, Miss Char­lotta’s Tea Room, Morn­ing Glo­ries cot­tage, the Pack­ing House (the only replica), Shore Haven and its Care­tak­ers’ Cot­tage, and the Bai­ley Model T truck. Come step back in time with us.

Sani­bel His­tor­i­cal Mu­seum and Vil­lage...

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