Arcadia Mill Calendar of Events
Arcadia Kids Crafts
Join us from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the newly expanded Arcadia Mill Classroom
Join us for free and ticketed programming throughout the year
Sawmills & Skirmishes: Civil War Tour of Arcadia Mill
Saturdays November 3rd, 10th, & 17th
11 am & 1 pm
Join costumed guides on a historic boardwalk tour, Sawmills and Skirmishes, focusing on events at Arcadia Mill and the surrounding area. Tour is family-friendly and lasts approximately 45 minutes including hands-on activities. For more information, please contact Arcadia Staff at 850-626-3084. Purchase tickets online or in the Visitor's Center!
Florida's Flora: Nature Tour of Arcadia Mill
Guests of all ages will learn about how native plants were used in the past on the Florida's Flora tour! The tour lasts approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour and takes place along the boardwalk and nature trails. Trail appropriate attire, bug spray, and sunscreen are recommended.
Check out the Arcadia Classroom for traveling exhibits
Heritage Monitoring Scouts: Learn about how you can help monitor heritage at risk in Florida, courtesy of the Florida Public Archaeology Network.
Archaeology 101: Milton High and the Scott Site: Learn about Milton High School's archaeology program, courtesy of the Florida Public Archaeology Network.
Join us for free lectures in the Arcadia Mill Classroom
Saturday, August 18th at 11 a.m.
Join us to learn about "Main Street 101" with Edward Spears, Executive Director of Main Street Milton! Find out why, it's all about downtown!
Saturday, September 15th at 11 a.m.
Join us for, To Can or Not to Can: The History of Canning & Food Preservation, by Cassie Brown of UWF. Learn about foodways during the Great Depression and hear about our interpretation for the Simpson house kitchen! The Simpson house is a part of Arcadia Homestead that will open in March 2019.