There’s A Little Known Unique Historic District In Florida… And It’s Truly Charming

The Gamble Place is a historic district located in Port Orange that was founded by James Norris Gamble of Proctor & Gamble fame. Although most Floridians probably have no idea this landmark exists, this historic district is a charming blend of Old Florida and fairy-tale charm that history buffs will really enjoy.

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Address: 1819 Taylor Road, Port Orange, FL 32128.
Hours: Monday – Saturday 10am – 5pm, Sunday 11am – 5pm. Self-Guided Tours (grounds only and not inside the buildings): Wednesday-Sunday, during Cracker Creek hours. Admission: Adults: $3.00, seniors: $2.00, and children: free.
Guided Tours are available for parties of 10 or more, with reservation (can explore inside the buildings): Admission: Adults: $6.00, seniors: $5.00, and children: $3.00.
Have you ever visited Gamble Place Historic District? What’s your favorite place to explore Florida history?