Walton County Heritage
Association, Museum and
Genealogy Society

Preserving the History and Heritage of Walton County, Florida

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Access past issues of our newsletter, Walton Relations, here.
The July 2024 issue is available here.
It features an article about Grayton Beach.

Be sure to visit our Gift Shop for books about Walton County
as well as books by Walton County authors!
The Heritage of Walton County, Florida has just been reduced!

Where Was This Amoco Station?

This ten-second video was taken in the 1950s somewhere between Destin and Fanning Springs. The grandson of the couple who passed through the Panhandle is trying to locate the Amoco station building in the video. He believes it was in DeFuniak Springs, perhaps in the Argyle area near Hwy. 183. Note there is a railroad across the street.

Please email the museum if you can provide any information.

L & N

The Walton County Heritage Museum is open
Tuesday through Saturday, 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.

Admission is free.
1140 Circle Drive
DeFuniak Springs, Florida 32435

Phone Number: 850-401-2060    
Email: heritagemuseum@brighthouse.com

Researching Your Family?

The Walton County Genealogy Society offers many research opportunities for Walton County and the surrounding area.

• Free consultation with the President of the Genealogy Society, Wayne Sconiers, every Wednesday afternoon at the museum.

• An extensive library of books, including dozens of the Heritage Series books for Alabama and Florida and dozens of genealogy books about Walton County families.

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