The Estero Island Historic Society Museum and Nature Center is located in the Davison Cottage (seen above), built in 1921 on the beachfront, and now located at 161 Bay St., Fort Myers Beach.
Come visit us on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10 until noon.
The Cottage Museum sits at the trailhead to Matanzas Pass Preserve, the last maritime tropical hammock on Estero Island. The Preserve is open dawn to dusk and is ADA compatible.
EIHS General Membership meetings are held the second Monday of the month during season at 7:00 pm and are open to the public. Meetings are now held in our new library, on the third floor adjacent to the cafe, and with free wi/fi! Our speaker this month (November 2013) will be Robert Macomber, well known civil war author, and returning EIHS lecturer.
Sea Grape jelly is now back on the shelves and quickly disappearing, so get yours now!
FGCU Consortium Series classes are conducted year round as part of the graduating requirements for university students.
Beach School Kindergarten Teacher Cathy Goodacre-Lee (above) arrives with her class for the annual Christmas Open House at the EIHS Cottage Museum in 2011. This year's Open House and Bake Sale will be held in December, with a date to be announced soon. We hope you all come to sample our island recipes, and meet old friends.
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