Open Saturdays 1pm-4pm
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.
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.
Experience History for Yourself
The Collier/Hall/Hansen home was donated to the Estero Historical Society by the College of Life & was accepted for placement in the Estero Community Park along with the former 1904 Estero Creek School. The rebuilding of the home has been a prime accomplishment of the EHS, and the home is used as a teaching location, an office and a meeting place.
The buildings are decorated with historically accurate furnishings. Permanent exhibits of Estero reside alongside rotating, themed exhibits.
Volunteer docents provide tours and context. Books about Estero, blankets featuring Estero buildings, and the annual crop of mango chutney are also sold at the cottage.
The historic buildings are located in Estero Community Park. They are on the northeastern corner of the outer circle, on the way to the playground.