The Cape Coral Historical Museum is dedicated to recording, preserving and displaying the history of the City of Cape Coral. In addition to a picture display of the history of Cape Coral, there is also a large mural of the former Cape Coral Gardens (Rose Garden), a Native American Room, a Military Exhibit, an authentic Cracker House and much more depicting Cape Coral from the earliest days until the present day. Check the website for days and times the museum is open. The museum is located at Cultural Park, a 16-acre park that also contains the Cultural Park Theatre, the Cape Coral Art League, a rose garden, and a large open multipurpose field.
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Located west of Fort Myers across the Caloosahatchee River, Cape Coral is the largest city in
Southwest Florida, with an area of 120 square miles and a population of over 165,000. This peninsula city was founded in
1957 and developed as a master-planned "bedroom" community. Access to Cape Coral is from the north via US41 or from the
east via the Midpoint Bridge (at Colonial Boulevard) or Cape Coral Bridge (at College Parkway). While Cape Coral does
not offer significant beach access, of significance is its miles of canals offering boaters backyard access, its
community parks, several golf courses, the Cape Harbour Marina and Sun-Splash Family Water Park.