Bagdad Village Museum Hours: Every Tuesday - 9 am to noon and First Saturday of each month - 9am - noonLocated at 4512 Church St. - call 850-293-5349 for information
Once a bustling lumber mill village, Bagdad was the center of the Southeastern lumber industry for more than 110 years before the mill closure in 1939. Bagdad was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1987. The Bagdad Village Preservation Association, Inc. (BVPA) is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization established in 1986.
Robertson Dents Battery thrill the crowd with big blast at Defunick Springs ,the circle lake city. Reinacting when it really happened.
[02/02/19] Michael Johnson, pres. Of Bagdad Village Preservation Assoc.will be speaking this morning at 10am at the Bagdad Museum on Church St. about Bagdad Historic Codes and preservation.
[12/21/18] The Bagdad Village Preservation Association wishes everyone a very Merry Historic Christmas. Ole Times are not Forgotten
Merry Christmas from the Bagdad Museum and the Bagdad Village Preservation Assoc. May your ❤ be Merry and your presents many.
Merry Christmas to all. May the Joy of Christ be felt in our dear Bagdad.
The Bagdad Museum will be closed during the month of December until after the New Year. It will reopen on Jan. 5th, 2019. Have a Very Merry Christmas and a Glorious New Year. CHECK BACK OFTEN TO GET YOUR NOTICES FOR THE LECTURE SERIES NEXT YEAR.
May you truly enjoy the Christmas Spirit from the BVPA members
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The Bagdad Village Museum will be open this Saturday 9am to noon. Come by and Let's "Talk Bagdad History", The coffee will be hot and YOU choose the subject.
Don't forget THIS SATURDAY in Bagdad Museum
Join us for a great lecture this Saturday at the Bagdad Museum.
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Very informative and entertaining lecture coming this Saturday 8-4-18 at the Bagdad Village Museum, 10 am. Dr. Charles D' Asaro DON'T MISS IT.
The Lecture and Authors Luncheon by Jackie Wilson, scheduled for this Saturday has been cancelled due to approaching bad weather.
It will be rescheduled and notice will be given.
Don't miss the next lecture at the Bagdad Museum. Speaking will be Jackie Wilson, UWF Archive Director on "The Last Book By Earl Bowden". See below more details.
REMEMBER: This lecture at the Bagdad Museum in Bagdad, Florida will be presented by the discoverer of new evidence of the De Luna settlement in Pensacola. Will this evidence prove Pensacola truly is the first city in America?
This Saturday at the Bagdad Museum, a very special event.
A very interesting lecture to say the least. The history of Pensacola is again called to question. Come see and hear the story of its discovery in 1559.
Charles Booher is known for outstanding his collections of rare items. He brings the items for you to view and some feel. He always has rare of unusual antiques of unique character.
Good Saturday Morning. "Gone with the Wind and the Rosie the Riviter" books will be reviewed by the authors. Come enjoy an outstanding authors luncheon at the Bagdad Museum. It starts at 11am this morning and cost only 1
$10. Lecture/authors are Doctors of Education from Kennesaw University in Atlanta, Ga.
[02/24/18] This morning 11am in the Bagdad Musuem experience an authors luncheon on Gone with the Wind and Rosie the Reviter by two Dr. of History from Kennisaw University in Atlanta.
This morning 11am come experience an authors lunch on books on Rosie the Riviter and Gone with the Wind at the Bagdad Museum, only $10. Both authors are Doctors from Kennesaw University in Atlanta. Museum on Church St., in Historic Bagdad, Fl. 850-293-5349 for info.
[02/20/18] Join us in he Bagdad Museum for an author's luncheon, this Saturday, Feb. 24th at 11am as we are entertained by 2 authors from Atlanta, Ga. talking about their recently published books on "Gone With The Wind" and "Rosie the Reviter" of the 1940's fame. Pace this on to your to friends and family. This will be interesting time in Santa Rosa County's oldest museum, cir. 1880.
Come hear Atlanta authors speak on their new books.
Great Lecture last Saturday at the Bagdad Museum on Destin, Florida relationship to Bagdad, Florida during the mill days. Hank Cline did an outstanding lecture on the beginning of Destin and its business ties to Bagdad.
This Saturday, Feb. 3rd, at the Bagdad Museum in Bagdad Florida. A Lecture given by Hank Cline about the historic relationship between Bagdad and Destin, Florida. Mr. Cline has just published his new book entitled, 'Destin Pioneer Settlers'. Meet and Greet at 9:30, lecture at 10am. Free and refreshments serviced.
Come experience real history in Historic Bagdad, cir. 1840
Museum located on Church St.
[01/30/18] Great lecture coming this Sat at Bagdad Museum 10 am About early history of Destin, Florida and Bagdad