Robert Mills House and Gardens is a well-preserved Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale Museum located in Broward County, Florida. The House was built in 1942 on the Merle Fogg Field as part of the national defense program. It is a museum that houses naval aviation and World War II history exhibits, aiming to establish and maintain a museum of national and international significance. The museum seeks to gain national and international recognition while educating individuals of all ages. During World War II, the museum served as one of the 257 air stations that trained specialists in TBM and TBF Avenger aircraft. In addition, the museum grounds include a self-sufficient butterfly garden and a Flight 19 memorial.