Passport to the Past
Passport to the Past – is an educational adventure that’s fun for the entire family. Visit each of the ten stations from William Bartram’s travels to Putnam County in 1765 and 1774.
With each one you complete, you collect a new sticker or stamp to place in your official Passport to the Past booklet for a free water bottle, including:
- Living History – Visit with Billy Bartram, Long Warrior: King of the Seminoles, Job Wiggens and Fort Mose soldiers and villagers
- St. Johns River exploration – Join in the exploration of water-based ecology and adventures
- Animals of North Florida – Check off each of the animals on display from the water and on land
- Native Plants – Learn about local plants and the flower that William Bartram found and named for his father’s friend Benjamin Franklin
Continue your Adventure to visit more than 20 interactive exhibits of riverfront demonstrations with crafts, music, local exhibits, a River Run and Saturday night street party.