Historic Sites in Ocala/Marion County

Once called Ocali by Timicua Indians, Ocala/Marion County’s history dates back thousands of years. We’ve seen a world of change since, from the massive Thanksgiving Day fire of 1883 to the unprecedented growth caused by Walt Disney’s arrival and the construction of I-75. You’ll find the area still boasts a chance to look back in time by visiting Florida historic sites to learn how it all began.

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Discovery Center

701 Northeast Sanchez Avenue
Ocala, FL 34470
352-401-3900

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Marion Theatre - Downtown Ocala

50 Southeast Magnolia Exd
Ocala, FL 34470
390-2731

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Southeastern Paranormal Investigations

Southwest Broadway Street
Ocala, FL
(352) 732-7720

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Ocala Union Station

531 Northeast 1st Avenue
Ocala, FL 34470

 
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Grumbles House Antiques & Garden Shop

20799 Walnut Street
Dunnellon, FL 34431
(352) 465-1460

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Ocala Ghost Walks and Historical Tours

Ocala
FL 34478, FL
(352) 690-7933

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Evinston Post Office

18320 Southeast County Road 225
Evinston, FL 32633

 
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E.C. Smith House Tuscawilla Historic District

507 Northeast 8th Avenue
Ocala, FL 34470

 
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McIntosh Historic District

McIntosh
FL, FL

 
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Boomtown Historic District

Dunnellon
FL, FL 34432

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Marion Hotel

108 North Magnolia Avenue
Ocala, FL 34475

 
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Ocala Historic Downtown Square

South Magnolia Avenue
Ocala, FL
352-368-5550

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Dunnellon Historic Depot

12061 South Williams Street
Dunnellon, FL 34432

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Fort King National Historic Landmark


, FL
352-368-5535 or 352-368-5533 or 352-368-5517

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McIntosh Civic Center

5835 Ave F
McIntosh, FL 32664

 
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Ocala Drive-In Theatre

4850 South Pine Avenue
Ocala, FL 34480

 
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