Harry T. & Harriette V. Moore Memorial Park

2180 Freedom Ave
Mims, FL 32754

(321) 264-6595

Hours of Operation
Day Hours
Monday - Saturday Dawn to Dusk
Sunday CLOSED
Address and Phone

Harry T. & Harriette V. Moore Memorial Park

2180 Freedom Ave
Mims, FL 32754

(321) 264-6595

Hours of Operation
Day Hours
Monday - Saturday Dawn to Dusk
Sunday CLOSED

Harry T. & Harriette V. Moore Memorial Park

Key Park Features

Historic Interest

Originally the homesite of slain civil rights activists Harry T. & Harriette V. Moore, the park features the Harry T. & Harriette V. Moore Cultural Center. The 11.93-acre community park honors the Moores who were parents, educators, and leaders in the civil rights movement both locally and nationally. The Moores were murdered for their involvement in the civil rights movement when a bomb exploded under their home on Christmas night in 1951.

The park is dedicated to the celebration of their lives, to promoting awareness of their contributions to the early civil rights movement, and to preserving African American history. Located on the property of the original Moore family home site, the 5,000 sq. ft. Cultural Center opened April 9, 2004. Programs include visual, literary and performing arts, museum and outreach exhibits. Donations or loans of memorabilia and artifacts for museum exhibits are welcomed.

The center is also a meeting place for community organizations. The conference center has surround sound with a 90" flat screen smart television with Windows media format. The library offers visitor access to reference materials relating to people of African descent. The park also includes a replica of the Moore's home, a pavilion with kitchen, a gazebo, and Walk of Freedom paver walkway with reflecting pools and fountain. Landscaped with indigenous trees and foliage and shaded by large oaks, the park is ideal for concerts, 5K runs / walks, and family reunions.

Funded through the State of Florida, the Brevard County Board of County Commissioners, and the North Brevard Parks Referendum, funding for continued development is being pursued by the nonprofit corporation, Harry T. & Harriette V. Moore Cultural Complex, Inc.

Hours are: Monday - Thursday 10:00 AM - 7 PM Friday - 9 AM - 6 PM Saturday - 10:00 AM - 2 PM Closed Sunday (except for group appointments)

Inside Cultural Center
Statues used in display.
Pond Pavilion
Newspaper article with headline which reads Second Victim of Bombing is Dead.
Paintings of black leaders
Display inside cultural center.

Facilities

Playgrounds: No

Restrooms: No

Ocean Beach: No

Bicycle Roadways: No

Athletic Facilities: No

Nature Trails / Centers: No

Community Centers:

4,874 sq. ft. Cultural Center

Gymnasium: No

Boat Ramps: No

Camping Features: No

Pavilions:

Gazebo

Picnic Shelters / Areas: Yes

Fishing Features: No

Rentals

Additional fees may apply for water, electricity, serving areas and kitchens.

Multiple tables inside Harry Moore Pavilion

Medium Pavilion

Capacity: 100

Reserve Pavilion

Events

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