Field Manor Foundation

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Place Category: PlayPlace Tags: history, Museum, oysters, rentals, and tour

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    Field Manor is an 19th century Homestead and working citrus grove located on the banks of the Indian River just south of the barge canal.   This National Register Property offers the visitor the chance to see a working grove, packing house, wetlands, bees, the waterfront restoration and Oyster reseeding project, as well as tour the homestead which retains all of it’s original furniture.   Student tours focusing on the fourth grade Florida History curriculum are also available.

    All tours should be scheduled in advance by calling 321 848-0365.

    The property is also available for rental for private events.

    The two Fund Raisers hosted each year are open to the public.  The Fall event is a recreation of the annual Indianola Fall gathering and oyster roast.  The spring event is hosted in honor of the Indianola Founders who homesteaded the property.  Look for the dates for these events on the calendar.

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