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Osceola County Historical Society


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The Osceola County Welcome Center and History Museum was created in partnership with Osceola County and the Osceola County Historical Society to teach locals and visitors about the county's rich history. We guarantee it will be the most unique part of your vacation to Orlando. The center is comprised of 4 realistic dioramas showcasing different habitats that you could encounter while in Osceola County: swamplands, pine flatwoods, oak hammock, and lakefront. Once you experience each exhibit in person, you'll see just how much nature and history are tied together in Osceola County. Each exhibit features an interactive display and scavenger hunts. You can apply what you've learned in the museum just steps outside of our building on Shingle Creek and see first hand the wildlife in its natural setting. The Welcome Center and History Museum also offers a multi-purpose room that seats 50 people theater style with a mini kitchen. There is also a screened room that over looks the creek and would be great for any outdoor occasion.

  • Activities:
  • Educational Sessions Available, Natural Wildlife Viewing,
  • Amenities:
  • Bus Parking, Gift Shop, Parking
  • Average Visit Time:
  • 1 - 2 hours, 2 - 3 hours, Full day


50% off Admission

Now - December 31, 2016
The Pioneer Village is comprised of a permanent collection of authentic structures which once upon a time stood in different areas of Osceola County. They were carefully relocated to our present location and gently preserved to demonstrate how life was once lived before our modern times. We are offering 50% off admission through December 31, 2016 when you mention VISITFLORIDA2016.


Free Admission

Now - May 31, 2016
In celebration of History Month we invite you to enjoy the Pioneer Village at Shingle Creek complimentary. This offer is valid on general guest admission ONLY from the hours of 10AM - 12PM Monday - Friday. For group pricing please contact


Making Waves with Water Conservation

Now - September 19, 2016
At the Osceola County Historical Society, we are jumping into water conservation. This temporary exhibit will navigate the waters of Florida and the importance in protecting and restoring them. Making Waves With Water, a special Temporary Exhibit will be on display from April 11th – September 20th. This exhibit will be available in English and Spanish. The Osceola County Welcome Center and History Museum is open Monday – Sunday 9AM – 5PM and admission is free to the general public.


July 20 – Art in the Archives Paint Night

July 20, 2016
Description: Join us for an art in the archives water themed paint night on July 20th from 5:30PM - 8:00PM. Take a private, after hours tour of the Osceola County History Museum and ALL NEW water themed temporary exhibit. Art supplies, snacks and sips will be provided.

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