Located at Canaveral National Seashore, the Eldora Statehouse (c. 1913) is the best remaining example of earlier life along Mosquito Lagoon. In 1876, the community of Eldora, whose rich history spans four distinct time periods, was home to Native Americans and a few woodsmen who lived off the land. The Statehouse has been rehabilitated and now holds photos and artifacts that tell the story of the town and the people who lived there. Two videos give a brief history of both the home and the town and are available upon request. Times and days are subject to change. Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday, noon to 4 p.m.