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Lincolnville Museum & Cultural Center

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St. Augustine Lincolnville Museum & Cultural Center

Discover the vibrant history of St. Augustine’s Lincolnville community at the Lincolnville Museum & Cultural Center. Since its establishment in 2003, this iconic institution has been dedicated to preserving and showcasing the rich cultural heritage of African Americans in the region. Through a series of dynamic exhibits and educational programs, visitors can explore pivotal moments in history, from the Civil Rights Movement to present-day achievements. Housed within a beautifully restored historic building, the museum offers a compelling glimpse into the lives and contributions of notable individuals who have shaped the community. From interactive displays to thought-provoking presentations, every aspect of the museum invites guests to engage with the stories of resilience, unity, and triumph that define Lincolnville’s spirit.

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Located in the heart of the city, this iconic landmark invites visitors to embark on an immersive journey through time. Inside the meticulously preserved historic building, guests can explore a diverse array of exhibits and artifacts that highlight the struggles and achievements of African Americans throughout history. From the legacy of civil rights pioneers to the cultural contributions of local artists and musicians, each display offers a compelling narrative that resonates with visitors of all ages. Whether you’re a seasoned historian or a curious traveler, the Lincolnville Museum & Cultural Center provides a unique opportunity to connect with the stories and experiences that have shaped the fabric of St. Augustine’s identity.

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