sat22jan10:00 am2:00 pmMandarin Museum and Historical Society - Historical Buildings Open - January 22Mandarin Museum - Opening of Historical Buildings - January 2210:00 am - 2:00 pm Walter Jones Historical Park
The Mandarin Museum is still closed for expansion and renovation. However, a slow reopening of other buildings is beginning again. The historic buildings
The Mandarin Museum is still closed
for expansion and renovation. However, a slow reopening of other buildings is
The historic buildings operated by
Mandarin Museum & Historical Society will be open on scheduled Saturdays.
Masks are required inside the
buildings, but not outside, and we will limit the number of visitors who can be
in each building at a time. All scheduling is subject to change related
to the pandemic protocol. Check our Facebook page Mandarin Museum for updates
or call 268-0784.
* The 1875 Webb/Jones farmhouse,
1876 Barn, 1898 St. Joseph’s Mission Schoolhouse for African-American Children,
and Losco Winery log cabin will be open from 10 am – 2 pm on Jan. 8 and 22 in
Walter Jones Historical Park, 11964 Mandarin Rd.
The Mandarin Museum, also in the
park, is closed for construction and renovation, but Gift Shop items (books,
Mandarin Frogs, art prints, Mandarin history holiday ornaments) will be
available on the front porch when the historic buildings are open as listed
* The 1911 Mandarin Store and PO
will also be open January 22 from 10 am – 2pm at 12471 Mandarin Rd., just
a mile west of the park. This building is on the National Register of Historic
Places and takes you back to the 1930s inside.
* MMHS and North Florida Folk
Network have resumed the popular “Under the Oaks” community music jam,
underneath the beautiful trees in front of Mandarin Museum on the first Sunday
of each month. Stop by on Sunday, January 2 from 2-4. If you play an acoustic
instrument, feel free to join the song circle. If not, just bring a chair and
relax and listen. The plan is to continue the jam on the 1st Sunday of the
month until summer, when it is too hot. Walter Jones Historical Park – 11964