Ximenez-Fatio House Museum

In 1798, Don Andres Ximenez built this fine three-story coquina home
for his bride, Juana Pellicer. For 223 years the home has been owned by
generations of enterprising women and continues to be
owned and operated by women today.

The Ximenez-Fatio House Museum has fascinating stories to tell about a
little-known period in Florida history. Each room is meticulously interpreted to bring the past to life in a visual and entertaining way. Through ongoing research and archaeological discoveries, our story continues to unfold.

In 1798, Don Andres Ximenez built this fine three-story coquina home
for his bride, Juana Pellicer. For 223 years the home has been owned by
generations of enterprising women and continues to be
owned and operated by women today.

The Ximenez-Fatio House Museum has fascinating stories to tell about a
little-known period in Florida history. Each room is meticulously interpreted to bring the past to life in a visual and entertaining way. Through ongoing research and archaeological discoveries, our story continues to unfold.

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