City of Apalachicola


Apalachicola has an exceptionally rich history and its maritime culture reflects the areia's bountiful natural resources. Visitor can stroll past beautiful Victorian homes or spend time browsing through unique galleries, stores, and antique shops. There are over 200 historically significant homes and commercial structures around town. The Chestnut Street Cemetery, established in 1831, is one of the most significant on the Byway. Stop by the Apalachicola Bay Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center for brochures and walking maps. Home of "The Official Big Bend Scenic Byway Sandwich", Apalachicola has a live theatre/cinema (the historic Dixie Theatre), a variety of lodgings and B&Bs, restaurants, public docks, parks, outfitters, and guides. Another noteworthy stop is the John Gorrie State Park, celebrating the local doctor who pioneered the development if artificial ice-making, refrigeration, and air conditioning.


122 Commerce Street
Apalachicola, FL 32320


29.72942300, -84.98577800
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