ENGLEWOOD MUSEUM

Visit one of Englewood’s oldest houses and enjoy a historical ‘old-timers’ tour with a focus on Englewood’s past and its historical mark on our future.  In 1909 Jesse “Pat” Lampp married Edith Mae Anger, a daughter of another early Englewood family. They had four children at the Perry Street house: Lottie Alma (1909–2009), Jesse Alston “Buster” (1911-1999), Doris Mae (1916–2009) and Earl Clinton (1918–1947).

HOURS: Call 941.475.2696 The 1928 Lampp House, 604 W. Perry Street, Englewood, FL

MISSION: To collect, display and preserve items relating to Englewood’s cultural heritage which will serve to help involve and educate the public and foster an understanding and appreciation of our rich local history and how this heritage affects the ongoing American experience.

Visit the museum’s website for more information.