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Crowley Museum and Nature Center is a 190-acre farmstead established in 1878. Site includes rare Florida habitat, pioneer buildings, and heritage farm animals. For 39 years Crowley has provided children’s programming that explores pioneer history, develops self-reliance, creates a connection to nature, and imparts practical skills for living like wilderness survival and farming in a real world setting. Also known as “Crowley”, this organization is a nonprofit furthering natural and cultural history located on 190 acres of pristine Florida including pine flatwoods, oak hammock, hardwood swamp, sawgrass marsh, and the Myakka River. Take a 15 minute scenic drive east of I-75 to enjoy guided or self-guided tours of untouched landscapes. Kids love the Children’s Discovery path with 5 interactive stations on native Florida creatures. Farm animals, organic garden, and more… LEARN ABOUT CROWLEY