PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - After three months, the Panama City Publishing Museum is back open. Officials with the museum held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate.
Guest were able to come in and look around. Museum staff say they close facility to replace the floors which were damaged during Hurricane Michael.
"They got wet during the hurricane. There was old 50 year old termite damage. After it got wet we got termite damage in the floor and it got necessary we replaced the floor. These new floors are amazing,” Panama City Publishing Museum Michelle Price.
Staff say the new floor is made from reclaimed 100-year-old wood from the old milk duds factory in Chicago.
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