Orman House Historic State Park, Apalachicola

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The Orman House is a Florida State Park and historic site located in Apalachicola, in northwestern Florida. The address is 177 5th Street.
The adjacent Chapman Botanical Garden includes "The Three Soldiers'', a bronze replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial statue in Washington D.C.
The house is open from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. on Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. It is closed on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day.
Admission to the tour is $2.00 per person (children under six free).
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  • The state park ranger Jeremy was very knowledgeable & passionate about sharing details about the Orman House. Alot of historical changes bringing the kitchen back to the original appearance was... 
    The state park ranger Jeremy was very knowledgeable & passionate about sharing details about the Orman House. Alot of historical changes bringing the kitchen back to the original appearance was...  more »
  • The Park Ranger,Jeremy Roundtree was the most knowledgeable and personable guide I think I have ever met.He knew the history well and made the tour extremely enjoyable. We asked questions and he had.....  more
    The Park Ranger,Jeremy Roundtree was the most knowledgeable and personable guide I think I have ever met.He knew the history well and made the tour extremely enjoyable. We asked questions and he had.....  more »
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  • I always love going to park in the morning or late afternoon for my walks. I enjoyed it as always. I was a little hesitant to walk all the way into in the park due to the height of grass. I'm aware that with grass at a certain height comes snakes. But I know the keepers of the park are very diligent with the upkeep and it is appreciated, so I know that they will take of it.
  • This is a cool place, especially for history buffs. You can learn slot about the history of the area and the prominent family that owned and built the house. I have been twice. Never seems to be crowed, there is plenty of parking and restrooms available. There is a small fee to tour the inside of the house, but is well worth it. The staff was very pleasant. They were very versed any the history and could answer most any question. If ever in Apalachicola, make sure you visit this place, you won't be disappointed.

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