Field Manor

Field Manor is a living history museum that includes an 1880s homestead and former orange grove. It was the first house to be built on Merritt Island, with the Field family arriving in 1868 from Macon, GA. The land for Field Manor was formally homesteaded in 1882 and 1886 and construction on the house began in 1880, sitting along 425ft on the Indian River Lagoon.

Field Manor aims to show visitors what pioneer living in Florida was like. Walk the living history museum and homestead to see a variety of fruit-bearing trees, as well as beehives, sugar cane, and a kitchen garden.

They are currently working on their packing house (1900-1933) to use as exhibition space for their agricultural and other equipment.

They are open for historic tours, educational programs, and are a venue for weddings and other events! Tours are available Tuesday-Saturday, 10A-3P. Please call 321.848.0365 today to schedule a tour.

Drone View of FIeld Manor

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