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Located on five acres of native Florida gardens, the Naples Museum showcases two historic cottages, a working archaeology lab, a Seminole village, tropical orchid house, wildlife displays, a 1910 steam logging locomotive and a recreated Seminole War fort. The Museum’s five acre historical park at the County Government Center in Naples, and its branch sites in Everglades City, Immokalee, Marco Island, and the Naples Depot offer a full range of education, family activities and cultural programs.