The Archer Historical Society presents the annual Yulee Railroad Days celebration!
Go to the Yulee Day Participant Application to apply to be in the parade, to perform on the mainstage, or to set up an exhibition booth or vending table.  An event or exhibit space donation fee is suggested, and participants are also invited to make voluntary contributions to the not-for-profit Archer Historical Society.


Archer's Yulee Day honors our town and the railroad which boosted it, along with Senator David Levy Yulee and the many men and women who helped to achieve his dream of a new railroad and a new community.  The March date celebrates the month the first train rolled through Archer on its way from Fernandina to Cedar Key:  March, 1861.
This fun, one-day community public event is held near the Archer Railroad Museum in downtown Archer.  It features live music, a parade, food, special exhibits, craft vendors, and entertainment!

The Yulee Day celebration is sponsored by The Archer Historical Society, Inc., a 501(c)(3) Corporation.

For further information, please call Tillie Davis at (352) 495-2310.