Floridatown Station is an indoor flea market specializing in antiques and gifts and collectibles plus a produce market carrying gormet foods. If you have items to sell, contact us. We can market your items 7 days a week; and we collect and report the sales tax! It's that easy! If you are looking for unique gift items, antiques and/or furniture, you'll want to check out our inventory! We are excited to have a place just two blocks off the beaten path where you can look for treasures, or leave your treasures to sell. We look forward to being your respite from a busy world as you step into a time gone by.
All the locals in and around Pace Florida have heard stories about the vibrant and noteworthy past of Floridatown. Where Highway 197 (Floridatown Road) ends at the water’s edge of Escambia Bay, you can almost visualize the old ferry that carried wagons, livestock and, of course, people, across the gray-blue waters. You can almost hear echoes of foreign tongues from when the Chumuckola Indians came there to trade with the Spanish. And the balmy breeze seems to buffer what could be laughter from parties that occurred under the majestic oaks that tower still. Hurricanes come and go as do the days but the stories—they linger. Ask an old-timer in Pace and they’ll recant stories about a lively motel and dance hall that was “the place” to be in the early 1900s. They will tell you about an Indian Trading Post where the Chumuckola Indians came to trade with the Spanish. And last but not least you’ll learn about how Andrew Jackson camped at Floridatown after his battle with the British in 1814. There is so much history to tell about this very special area of Florida!