Pioneer Saturdays
Pioneer Saturdays

Pioneer Saturdays

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Pioneer Saturdays

About the Event

About the Event

Explore original buildings that represent commerce, transportation and home life as it was in many rural Florida communities just before the turn of the 20th century. Stroll through four acres shaded by majestic live oak trees, where you will encounter historical interpreters who are ready to share the activities and experiences of Florida’s rural pioneers.

Dates: September 26 from 10:00am-2:00pm
Tickets: $10 for adults, $8 for seniors and children ages 6-11. Children 5 and under admitted FREE. Advance ticket purchase is required. We regret there will be no onsite ticket sales.
Parking: $8 per car, $14 per bus or RV. Please enter the Fairgrounds via the US HWY 301 entrance.

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Stop & Shop

Stop & Shop

There are lots of unique holiday gifts to be found at the General Store! The store features nostalgic and reproduction items, historical toys and games, books, candy, and many other unique gift items.

The General Store accepts cash, Visa, Master Card, and personal checks with ID.

Proceeds from sales in the General Store help support Cracker Country's field trip programs.

What to Eat

What to Eat

BRING A PICNIC LUNCH: Picnic tables are available for a picnic lunch.

 

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Cracker Country, the rural Florida history museum located on the Florida State Fairgrounds, presents Pioneer Saturdays in September!   

 

Spend a late summer Saturday at Cracker Country, Tampa’s only outdoor living history museum.  Explore original buildings that represent commerce, transportation and home life as it was in many rural Florida communities just before the turn of the 20th century.  Stroll through four acres shaded by majestic live oak trees, where you will encounter historical interpreters who are ready to share the activities and experiences of Florida’s rural pioneers.