On the second floor the exhibits are more about Florida's pioneer past. There is a replica log cabin, an exhibit on cattle drives, and displays about Fort Brooke, a U.S. fort that had been established in Tampa after Spain gave Florida to the United States. There is also the J. Thomas and Lavinia W. Touchton Collection of Florida Cartography, a gallery that houses three thousand maps of Florida. The museum hosts various programs throughout the year, including historical lectures, a sangria club, Saturday kids activities, and a My Doll and Me drop-off program where kids can explore the time periods of their favorite American Girl characters. There are many special holiday events throughout the year as well, such as a Halloween trick-or-treat event, a Fourth of July celebration, and Christmas holiday craft making.