The first photo above provides a better view of the museum, classrooms, etc., all of which are used extensively by educational institutions in the area.
The photos following show some of the buildings that comprised this 19th century village. The first is a home, the second is a blacksmith shop, the third, which I originally thought was a school, seems to be a church what with the cross on top, and the last, "Cracker Cow Camp," I'm not sure about.
Some of these are originals, others have been created recently. But they do offer an interesting look at how people lived in this part of Florida a couple hundred years ago.