About Field Manor
The mission of Field Manor Foundation is to conserve the historic Field Manor Homestead for the purpose of educating the public about East Central Florida native inhabitants and early settlers' culture and customs.
Field Manor Foundation operates Field Manor, a property listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1997. We have been open to the public for historic home and field trips since late 2014, and regularly offer community events. Field Manor Foundation's target initiatives revolve around agriculture and education; we currently grow mango, sugar cane, guave, banana, blackberries, avocado, pineapple, and pomegranates.
Since its inception, Field Manor Foundation completed a years-long restoration of the historic homestead structure dating to the 1880's--removing modern alterations and additions. Field Manor utilises the historic homestead and surrounding groves to educate its guests about the significance of the Field family and their contributions to Florida agriculture and social history.