Historic Homestead Town Hall Museum

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Located in the Homestead Historic Downtown District, this historic structure was constructed in 1917, and is on both the local and the national registries of historic buildings. It served as the City of Homestead Council Chambers, Police Department, and Fire House until 1975. View an impressive display of more than 125 captioned historic black-and-white photos. Pick up maps and brochures of "Must See" local features. Browse through a large variety of books by local historians for research and for sale. Open Tuesday-Saturday, 1-5 p.m. Other hours by appointment.

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