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Leesburg Heritage Museum

Leesburg Heritage Museum

The Leesburg Heritage Museum is conveniently located in the historic Woman’s Club Building, at 111 S. Sixth Street (between Main St. & Magnolia St.), which was used for many years later by Lassiter-Ware Insurance. The museum faces the Life Stream Building which is the tallest building in Leesburg. In addition to the artifacts and memorabilia there are also extensive archives that help tell the story of Leesburg’s past, including businesses, city government, families, churches and social organizations. The museum is staffed by members of the Leesburg Heritage Society, which was organized in 1976. The Society meets every Thursday from 2-4 p.m. at the Museum.

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Leesburg Heritage Museum

111 South 6th Street, Leesburg, FL 34748

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