Crowley Natural and Cultural History Center also known as “Crowley” is a non-profit organization furthering natural and cultural history located on 190 acres of pristine Florida including pine flatwoods, oak hammock, hardwood swamp, sawgrass marsh, and the Myakka River. Enjoy a guided or self-guided tour of untouched Florida landscapes. Kids love the Children’s Discovery Path with five interactive stations on native Florida creatures. Farm animals, organic garden, and more!
Open Thursday through Sunday, 10:00 a.m. until sundown, Crowley contains 191 acres of beautiful and sensitive lands along the Myakka River. The museum at Crowley depicts the time between 1850-1930 and is laid out like an early Florida homestead.