Stop 18-Durkeeville Museum


The museum collects and promotes the history of Durkeeville, a historically African American neighborhood in Jacksonville, Florida. The rich African-American history of Jacksonville is showcased across the museum. Collections include artifacts, pictures, videos, and an expanding catalog of oral histories collected from area residents. Additionally, there are exhibits at the historic J. P. Small Park, which was home to the Jacksonville Red Caps of the Negro Baseball Leagues. Durkeeville residents were artists, musicians, literary figures, humanitarians, diplomats, socialites, and politicians. Come and see their stories!

Admission is available by appointment, please call in advance.

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