Lightner Museum

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This striking building was formerly Henry Flagler's Hotel Alcazar. Today the corridors and the rooms where guests once stayed contain a wild assortment of decorative arts and collectibles, everything from art glass and antiques to fruit-crate art and campaign buttons. The museum's namesake, Otto C. Lightner, was a Chicago publisher who, no surprise, produced a magazine focusing on collectibles.

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Address : 

75 King St.

Phone:

+1 904-824-2874

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