Created By: Town of Juno Beach
Note: You’ll find a second copy of the Eleanor Fletcher Plaque at Stop 4.
This plaque tells the impressive story of Eleanor Fletcher, who came to Juno Beach as a real estate agent in the 1970s. Fascinated by sea turtles, she began learning everything she could about their behavior. Eleanor’s collection of shells and other curiosities became so large that she rented an apartment here on the second floor of 350 Celestial Way just to exhibit them. She named it the Children’s Museum of Juno Beach. In 1983, Palm Beach County gave Eleanor’s Children’s Museum a new home in Loggerhead Park, which evolved into today’s Loggerhead Marinelife Center.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Discover Juno Beach