Through services provided by our Archives staff and with the help of our county and community partners, you can travel back in time. Visit the Archives, Museum/Railroad Depot, Old County Jail, TAPS Military Monument and 1890 Historic Courthouse to enjoy guided or self-guided tours, view century-old documents and artifacts, research your family tree and much more.
If you are interested in hosting an event at this site on the weekend or if you are with a media/film industry office, please contact Kimberly Morgan, Director of Tourism, Parks & Recreation for the Clay County Board of County Commissioners. She can be reached at 904-278-3734 or by email at Kimberly.Morgan@claycountygov.com.
Our Archives Specialist is available on most weekdays and by special appointment to assist you. Health and safety precautions apply. Call (904) 371-0027 for details. You may also email Archives Specialist Vishi Garig at firstname.lastname@example.org or Public Information Officer Mary Justino at email@example.com any time to discuss your group’s tour/visit request.
In addition to hosting groups for scheduled tours or greeting visitors who just pop in, this location also hosts several exciting annual events at the Historic Triangle site.
- Celebrate Clay County History Festival (May)
- Performances by local theatre groups
- History Teacher In-Service Training (August)
- Tales from the Clink – True Crime Story Tours by Candlelight (October)
- Student Mock Trial Events (year round)
- Christmas in the Courtyard (December)
- Paranormal Research Events
We hope to reignite our community’s interest in local history. Join us!