Taking the waters at warm Mineral Springs.
A walk down memory lane.
The now-endangered sea turtles once were a plentiful source of food.
In 1962, Brigadier General (retired) Jerry McIlmoyle, 33 years old and a Captain in the Air Force, was a member of an elite team of pilots who flew the ultra-secret U-2 spy plane over Cuba.
At the beach in 1946.
The pioneering Webb family welcomed Northern guests at their 19th-century winter resort.
The pier has always been a popular local gathering spot.
Venice's first airport was humble.
Profiles From Our Past
5 people that helped define Venice.
What do elephants think about?
This popular eatery stood at the corner of U.S. 41 and Tampa Avenue.
Rollins professor R. Bruce Stephenson will wrap up a series celebrating landscape architect John Nolen.
Architecture & Design
Bob Plunket leads us on a tour of significant Venice architecture.
Bea Brown, wearing the day’s fashionable bathing attire, poses atop a manta ray on Venice Beach in 1927.
As Venice celebrates the urban plan John Nolen designed 90 years ago, a different vision is shaping future growth.
VENICE AVENUE, CIRCA 1926
These photos from the Venice Museum and Archives capture some of the circus' history.
Generous donations provide needed funding to complete exterior restoration of 1896 Lord Higel house.