The History of Estero in One Location!
The mission of the Estero Historical Society is to educate and inspire the community
by preserving and sharing the rich history of Estero.
By the Numbers
Over the last 5 years the Society has provided an Estero Area historical experience for over 3000 visitors.
This includes children, summer campers, adults, civic groups, and business groups.
Over the last 5 years Society volunteers put in over 10,000 hours to run the all-volunteer society.
Touring Estero History
Travel back in time. Visit Estero’s One-Room Schoolhouse and Historic Cottage Museum. Open to public Saturdays 1pm-4pm.
Private journeys thru early Estero available Tuesdays & Thursdays by appointment only. Maximum 6 persons. $10 person. Children under 16 free. Email email@example.com to make arrangements.
Find the perfect gift for any age at the Estero Historic Cottage Museum Gift Shop.
There is jewelry, artwork, toys, crafts, household items, decorator pieces and fruit jams made locally from the historic Campbell’s Canning Factory recipe.
When you visit you support the local artists and craftsmen who created the fine collections available.
Open Saturdays 1pm-4pm
An Annual Membership is from January to December.
Your dues to renew for the following year are to be paid by December 31st of each year, allowing you to take advantage of a full year of membership.
News and Announcements
- Society will reopen on August 20, 2022.
- An Eagle Scout service project will start in September to build a replica 2-hole outhouse.
- Work on the ramp to the deck continues.
- The society is soliciting sponsors for area Elementary and Middle School essay contests.
Our Business Supporters
Estero Historical Society
P.O. Box 1314
Estero, Fl 33929
9285 Corkscrew Palms Blvd
Estero, FL 33928
Inside Estero Community Park
Open Saturday 1-4 p.m.