|Tours and Times
Tours are given by the members of The Casements Guild Monday through Friday and on Saturday mornings. Please check times under Events.
Groups of ten or more are asked to call for a reservation.
There is no charge for the tours. The Guild is grateful for donations.
The third floor of The Casements is devoted to two permanent exhibits.
The Boy Scout Historical Exhibit was an Eagle Scout Project created by John Slaughter of Ormond Beach. It was renovated and expanded in 1993 by his nephew, Chuck Slaughter. One of the largest Boy Scout exhibits in the Southeast, it depicts the history of scouting from its establishment, and contains memorabilia including patches, jamboree neckerchiefs, mugs, handbooks and uniforms. The collection is currently maintained by members of Troop 403.
The Hungarian Folk Exhibit, created by Dr. and Mrs. Michael Horvath with the aid of the Cardinal Mindszenty Foundation, displays authentic folk art and hand-made, colorful, elaborate and embroidered costumes from the historic districts of Hungary. Many pieces in the collection were made by members of Mrs. Horvath's family and are considered family heirlooms.
The Gift Shop
The Gift Shop, open during tour hours, is operated and staffed by the Guild as a fundraising activity. It offers a variety of items including costume jewelry, souvenirs and Casements memorabilia.
Map and Directions:
For directions, click here.
Boy Scout Exhibit
Hungarian Folk Art Exhibit
The Casements Gift Shop