This place is amazing. Right on the beach and has a cool history to it. However, there is this very mysterious compound to the left of this place. i swore i saw a man that looked like bin laden hiding in this place... Someone should look into this.
This historic building and museum is a tribute to the early years of old Florida. The museum is filled with remarkable artifacts that illustrate the history of early 19th Century construction and coastal coast guard services. Enjoy a great self tour or seek the help of knowledge docents. Whatever you do don't miss the stunning beach, cliffs and sea life... 更多
This is such an interesting place to visit, and it played such an important role at the time in the coastal history of Florida and what developed into the Coast Guard.
Older house on the beach with antique rooms inside with the usual artifacts from a much earlier era. What we love is the beach it is located on. Many rocks that make for beautiful pictures when the water is not choppy. Recommend seeing.
A very well-preserved Rescue station, from the days before motor lifeboats and aircraft, they were established for rescue and sheltering of shipwrecked sailors along the Florida Coast. Nothing flashy fancy or high-tech, which makes it all the better. You can see the history of the many shipwrecks in the late 1800s and early 1900s, as well as living quarters for... 更多
We felt like this was someplace we had to see to understand the history of the ocean travel around Florida. Worth the visit.
Wonderful place to visit and get a little background info on the local area. Stuart is a hidden gem, the beach located at House of Refuge is called Ross Witham Beach...named after my grandfather.
we saw two families getting family portraits taken here. the beach is rocky so it's more of a place to walk than to lounge and go in the water. the museum is a must but it's small so it will be a quick tour.