Arcadia Mill Archaeological Site
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Arcadia Mill offers visitors an historical experience as well as the opportunity to visit a unique wetland ecosystem. This 19th century water-powered industrial complex included two lumber mills, a textile mill, bucket and pail factory, shingle mill, one of Florida's first railroads, and a multi-ethnic village. Today, Arcadia Mill functions as an archaeological site that is interpreted for the public through indoor and outdoor exhibits and archaeological remains visible throughout the site.