Sample McDougald House

The Sample-McDougald House, listed on the National and Local Register of Historic Places, is a distinctive historic house museum known for its unique architecture, history and cultural background. It was built in 1916 by Pompano Beach pioneer and farmer, Albert Neal Sample, who served as a community leader until his death in 1941.

Today, this historic house museum hosts approximately 7,500 visitors per year, offering opportunities to learn about the heritage of two of Pompano Beach’s prominent families through daily guided tours. Visitors learn about the unique south Florida architecture, early 20th century lifestyles and discover the regional connections to agricultural and coastal history. Guests may also visit, picnic and enjoy the 5-acre Centennial Park, in which the home sits and the edible heritage garden.

Hours: Sundays and Mondays: Closed. Tuesday through Saturday: 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Guided tours begin at 12:00pm, 1:00pm, 2:00pm & 3:00pm.

Location: 450 NE 10th St, Pompano Beach, Florida 33061

Price Range:

• General: $10 per person

• Child (Age 5-12 years old): $5 per child

• Child (Under 5 years old): Free

• Members: Free

• All residents of John Knox Village of Pompano Beach, Florida (Valid Resident ID Required): Free

Contact: (754) 307-5446



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