Back on St. George Street, the Oldest Wooden School House welcomes you with its beautiful secret garden. Inside this historic museum you’ll be transported to school life in the 1700s with original antique furnishings and rare artifacts. In the evening, follow your nose to Columbia Restaurant, one of Florida’s oldest family-run restaurants serving authentic Spanish and Cuban cuisine. Be sure to try their famous “1905 Salad” and black bean soup. They’re classics.
Wake up to a hearty breakfast as this local fav, the Blue Hen. Fluffy Southern biscuits with peach butter or honey and a cup o’ joe might be all you need. But if you’re needing a bit more, the pumpkin pancakes are sure to fill you up.