Two new exhibits are now on display from September 1st thru November. 

The first Exhibit features favorite quilts from individual members of The Florida Quilt Study Group. 

The second Exhibit is a collection of Art Quilts selected by The Fiber Art Bee Quilters of Alachua County Day Guild.

FABULOUS! Is the most common word used by Museum visitors

The Florida Quilt Museum is located in Trenton’s oldest commercial building, a 1910 dry goods store that once sold horse collars and coffins. 

Two Board Members of The Florida Quilt Museum are national quilting superstars.

Long time quilters Teddy Pruett, an internationally recognized quilt and textile historian and Kathy Cray formerly a member of the board with The American Quilt Study Group, are constantly bringing outstanding exhibits to The Florida Quilt Museum for visitors to study and enjoy. Kathy (on the ladder) and Teddy are shown hanging our current exhibit of Basket Quilts that Kathy acquired from the American Quilt Study Group. 

The Florida Quilt Museum is also home to The Florida Quilt Trail

The Florida Quilt Trail originates in Trenton and encompasses  twenty nearby cities. Five of Trenton's Quilt Trail Blocks, painted by Florida Folk Artist Janet Moses, are on the South wall of The Florida Quilt Museum

For more information about The Florida Quilt Trail, click the Florida Quilt Trail "Action Button" below.of Trenton's 

Contact Us

Better yet, see us in person!

We love to talk to Museum visitors and hear your stories. 

The Florida Quilt Museum

409 N Main St, Trenton, Florida 32693, United States

(352) 316-3656 or (352) 463-3842


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