Tours of the A&H’s five museums are available by appointment for school groups.
The Maitland Art Center highlights the legacy of visionary artist and architect Jules André Smith. The Waterhouse Residence Museum (built in 1884) provides an impressive example of Florida life during the Victorian period. Its counterpart, the Carpentry Shop Museum, contains a collection of antique tools. The Telephone Museum details telephone technology through the years, as well as tells the story of the rise of a local telephone company. Finally, Maitland Historical Museum offers a timeline of Maitland’s history, as well as a changing exhibition space.