Welcome to the Havana History Museum!  We welcome your visit (open on weekends and via scheduled tours - just call  850-270-7215 or HHHSMuseum@gmail.com ).   
We hope you will consider participating as a volunteer, and consider becoming a member to keep up with our programs and events!.   Our membership benefits are numerous: amazing volunteer opportunities, great programs & events, wonderful relationships with dedicated and fun community-minded individuals.
Don't hesitate to contact us with inquiries, questions, or just to say hello!



For about 100 years Havana and Gadsden County, Florida, produced the outer wrapper for most of the world’s fine cigars. That crop dominated the economy and daily life of Havana.

The Havana History & Heritage Society has created the Museum to share the history and heritage of this community that many are proud to call their hometown.

A tour of the Museum will educate newcomers and provoke strong memories in those who have called Havana home. Exhibits in the museum describe and illustrate the cultivation, harvest, stringing and curing of tobacco, as well as the production of cigars. You can learn the stories of Havana’s churches, schools and businesses such as fuller’s earth, Havana Canning Company, May Nursery and Planter’s Exchange. Audio narration and numerous photos provide an engaging glimpse of Havana’s heritage.