Flint spear points, a black iron wash pot, crosscut saws, turpentine collection cups, a porcelain pitcher, lumber mill tokens, and old school desks portray the history of Okaloosa and Walton Counties. These artifacts, and hundreds more spanning the years from 8,800 B.C. to the present, illustrate past ways of life for you and your family to enjoy. Stone tools and weapons chipped by Paleo-Archaic hunters (our first residents) are on display. Pottery shards from the Woodland Period show you the ingenuity of pottery construction and decoration.