City of Apalachicola, Florida

The locals refer to their city as simply, “Apalach”. It is a picturesque area and has over 900 historic homes, many dating back to the 19th and 20th centuries. The vibrant history and rich maritime culture can still be seen on its working waterfront. Even buildings that once served as ship’s chandleries, net factories, and a sponge warehouse are now a blend of eclectic shops, restaurants, galleries, and B&B’s.

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The Dixie Theater celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2013. It has been both a movie theater and a performing arts venue throughout its long history. In reopened after renovations in 1998 and has since served as a performance space and a rental space for private parties during the off-season.

This small town independent book store is a great place to get personalized service while you shop for books. You can also find exquisite yarns as well as games and diversions!