Mission: The mission of the henry morrison flagler museum is to restore and preserve whitehall and its collections, and to research and interpret materials related to the life of henry flagler, as unique and important elements of florida's history and america's gilded age.
Programs: The flagler museum is an education institution dedicated to preserving a national historic landmark and its associated collections for future generations. Each year about 90,000 individuals visit the museum to learn about florida history and america's gilded age.
the flagler museum hosts about 4,000 nonpaying school children each year. Children are given the opportunity to learn about florida history and america's gilded age through docent guided school group tours.
the museum further educates the public through temporary exhibits, lecture series, music series, an extensive website and numerous publications.