TOURISM

COVID-19: P.E.C. observes wearing masks and social distancing along with the use of hand sanitizer during tours.

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To book a tour, please email completed form to: zoravolunteer@gmail.com

Since 1995, P.E.C. has hosted thousands of visitors who have come on a year-round basis to “Experience Historic Eatonville.” These guests are the quintessential cultural heritage tourists who wish to enjoy Eatonville’s “Heritage, History, and Hurston.”

The Hurston™️ Museum

Zora Neale Hurston™️ National Museum of Fine Arts

Established in 1990, The Hurston’s™️ mission is to provide a place “in the heart of the community” where the public can view the work of artists of African ancestry, who live in the United States or throughout the Diaspora

 For over three decades, The Hurston™️ has been privileged to present the work of distinguished visual artists, such as Wilie Birch, Lonnie Graham, Gwen Knight, Samella Lewis, William Pajaud, Faith Ringgold, Carrie Mae Weems, Deborah Willis, Betye Saar and the late, Elizabeth Catlett, Benny Andrews, John Biggers and Augusta Savage.

Reduced hours due to Covid-19: 
11AM – 2PM Monday – Friday
Address: 344 East Kennedy Boulevard | Eatonville, FL 32751 
Phone: (407) 647-3307

CALLING ALL EATONVILLE STUDENTS!

SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION AND VIDEO ASAP!

P.E.C. NEEDS YOU.