Lincolnville Museum & Cultural Center
Lincolnville Museum & Cultural Center102 ML King Ave.
St. Augustine, Florida 32084
This non-profit museum shares the history of over 450 years of African American experience in St. Augustine. At the Lincolnville Museum there is parking for guests and handicapped spaces are located in the back of the building. There are rams located in both the front and back of the museum for wheelchair bound tourists to enter. The museum itself it located only on the first floor and all entrances and spaces are wide enough for the standard wheelchair.
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