A mimi display on the Governor Stone may be seen at
the Publishing Museum, 1134 Beck Avenue, Panama City, Florida, when it reopens following Hurricane Michael. A
walking tour of the historic St. Andrews area is available from the
museum and includes the Governor Stone herself when she is in port. Download the new walking tour app.
Bay County Historical Society at 133 Harrison Avenue in Panama City and
the Heritage Museum at 115 Westview Avenue in Valparaiso, FL also have
a permanent display on the Governor Stone.
Artifact displays can be prepared for temporary displays for interested parties.
2010 The Friends of the Governor Stone, Inc. received a grant from the
Florida Humanities Council to produce 4 educational panels depicting
the history of schooners along the Gulf Coast, the duties they
performed, their contribution to local development and the specific
story of the Governor Stone. Della Scott-Ireton, Director
of the Northwest Region of the Florida Public Archaeology Network and Amy
Mitchell-Cook, Assistant Professor of the Department of History at the
University of West Florida in Pensacola were scholars for the project. These
panels often travel with the vessel, but are also available to
organizations and institutions in the area as an educational display.
Interested parties are welcome to contact us.