Naples Backyard History (NBYH) host one of its most unique museums at Tin City on The Working Waterfront. Guests and residents alike delight in the exploration of Naples as it once was, 90 years ago, when this site was a working fishing camp and seafood processing plant. Pioneers arrived first by water in 1886, then by the railroad in 1927 and the newly constructed Tamiami Trail in 1928. NBYH invites you to experience a walking history of those places in time, via the Gordon River Bridge, which is soon to host a Pedestrian Art Exhibit. Wednesday Waterfront Walkabouts have made history as one of the areas newest and most fun family events. For a step back in time, make time for our Naples Backyard History.