Arcadia’s downtown has 374 buildings in the National Register of Historic Places. Roughly bounded by Lee and Mills Avenues. Imogene, Cypress, Pine, and Magnolia Streets are shown outlined in yellow in the map below.
Architecture is a large part of Arcadia’s Historic District, with Classical Revival and Late Victorian being the more common architectural styles.
Historic Attractions Located Outside the Historic District
1519 N. Arcadia Ave.
Pine Level Archeological District
Micajah T. Singleton House
711 W. Hickory St.
William Oswell Ralls House
640 W. Whidden St.
Historic Population of Arcadia, FL