Where to Play in May · Forgotten Coast Featured Events

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Photo courtesy of the Tupelo Honey Festival in Wewahitchka

With multiple home tours of Apalachicola’s beautiful historic properties and festivals commemorating some of the finest offerings of the Forgotten Coast area – shrimp and honey – May is a sweet time to be in Gulf and Franklin Counties. Scroll below for more info on our featured events!


29th Annual Trinity Episcopal Church Historic Apalachicola Home & Garden Tour
79 6th Street | Apalachicola
May 6th, 2023

During most of the nineteenth century and the early decades of the twentieth century, Apalachicola was one of Florida’s most important Gulf Coast ports. Explore the town’s past and present on Saturday’s tour of historic and new homes, plus unique gardens, located in Apalachicola’s historic district.

If This House Could Talk Home Tour
128 Market Street | Apalachicola
May 6th – 20th, 2023

Presented by the Apalachicola Area Historical Society (AAHS), the 3rd Annual If This House Could Talk Tour is a popular self-guided home tour featuring the histories of 32 locations. Guests are invited to view the storyboards at their leisure during this event.

2nd Annual SGI ShrimpFest
St. George Island Lighthouse and Museum | St. George Island
May 13th, 2023

This family and community-oriented festival is a one-day outdoor event featuring great live music, a fairway of games for the children sponsored by the Forgotten Coast Parrothead Club, and the chance to dine on the freshest, most delicious local shrimp dishes.

Spring Speaker Series – Sopchoppy: Stages of Change
128 Market Street | Apalachicola
May 20th, 2023

The Apalachicola Area Historical Society (AAHS) will be presenting a program on “Sopchoppy: Stages of Change” featuring Robert Seidler, as part of their Spring Speaker Series. Guests are invited to hear a discussion about how livability, place, and authenticity can develop through change in a community.

Tupelo Honey Festival
111 Lake Alice Park Dr | Wewahitchka
May 20th, 2023

Held at Lake Alice Park, the 2023 Annual Tupelo Honey Festival offers a day of family fun! The Country’s finest Tupelo Honey farmers will have booths of honey in packages, along with food vendors, arts & crafts, and live entertainment by Dickey Merritt & The Original Bama Jam.

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