Arcadia Homestead is a ticketed venue located up the hill from the mill complex, facility is wheelchair accessible with ramp and accessible paths.
The restored Simpson House is a 1,430 sq. ft. historic house museum highlighting life at Arcadia Farms during the Great Depression. The multi-sensory exhibit features a mixture of staged, historic furniture and interactive exhibits.
One restroom is located inside the Simpson House.
We need dedicated volunteers to help tell the story of the Great Depression and Northwest Florida’s history! Any help is appreciated, one day a week or even month. Snowbirds too! For more information, contact Arcadia Staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Outdoors & Nature
Explore the interpreted Homestead grounds!
Explore our antebellum past using the walking paths with interpretive signage to learn about the structures that once stood at the Homestead and the people who lived there over time. Sit on one of several benches and enjoy the shade from our heritage live oaks!
Sow the seeds of Victory! Check out our vegetable and flower garden behind the Simpson House.
A shaded picnic area with four picnic tables and trashcans is available for use.