Brevard Museum of History & Natural Science
|Brevard Museum of History & Natural Science|
|Established||1969 (opened to public in 1973)|
|Location||2201 Michigan Avenue
|Type||Anthropology, Archaeology, Children’s, Culture, History, Natural History, Nature Center, Park, Science|
|Website||Brevard Museum of History & Natural Science|
The Brevard Museum of History & Natural Science is located at 2201 Michigan Avenue, Cocoa, Florida. The 14,750 sq/ft facility houses artifacts from the region. The displays included a Florida timeline and rotating temporary exhibits. The museum features the remains of the "Windover Man", the oldest human remains found on the North American continent, and a re-creation of the Windover Dig, a "wet" archaeological site. A visitor may see how Native Americans lived and Florida pioneers survived. As of 2013, the museum had over 3,000 artifacts.
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