Join us as we continue to grow and make history!
In 1910, Deerfield Beach gained two new citizens from Texas who would have a lasting impact on the community – James D. Butler and his wife, Alice. As Deerfield Beach pioneers and civic leaders, they built a Mediterranean Revival style home where they lived for many years – known today as the Historic Butler House. In 1977, the house and grounds were bequeathed to the Deerfield Beach Historical Society. It is now the group’s headquarters and is operated as a museum. Today the Society is responsible for operations of four sites in the City – Historic Butler House, Kester Cottage, Old School Museum, and the 1951 Seaboard Airline Caboose.
Please consider joining the Society or renewing your current membership
Be one of the hundreds of people who support the activities of the Deerfield Beach Historical Society and the community we serve through membership dues. In doing so, you will give the gift of maintaining the City of Deerfield Beach history. We cannot do what we do without you and all of our dedicated and loyal supporters.
This effort is increasingly important to the success of the Society and all the projects planned. If you prefer to make a special donation along with your membership renewal, feel free to do so.
You can count on the Historical Society, with your help, to continue its mission in leading the way to bring history to our community.
Won’t you join us in this mission!