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Osceola History

  • NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION
4155 W Vine St
Kissimmee, FL 34741
(407) 396-8644
Hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Closed Monday.

About Us

Osceola History preserves and shares the cultural and natural history of Osceola County through museum displays, educational opportunities, and special events.

Explore more than 500 years of read more
  • About

    Osceola History preserves and shares the cultural and natural history of Osceola County through museum displays, educational opportunities, and special events.

    Explore more than 500 years of history at the Osceola County Welcome Center & History Museum. Exhibits demonstrate the evolution of the regional environment, early Seminole life, wildlife in the Florida pines and swamps, and the rise of modern transportation and tourism. Free Admission. The Welcome Center also provides information about area attractions.

    At the Pioneer Village at Shingle Creek visitors discover what life was like when Central Florida was known for its citrus groves and cattle ranches. Pioneer Village at Shingle Creek tells the story of some of Osceola County’s early settlers from the 1880s to the early 1900s. Guided tours available on select days. Admission Fee. Each November the village hosts a free Pioneer Day festival.

    Osceola History is a non-profit organization.

  • Whom to Contact

    • Jozef Bladek
      Experiences & Engagement Manager
      2491 Babb Road
      Kissimmee, FL 34746
      Phone: (407) 396-8644
  • Directions

    The Welcome Center is located on Highway 192 (4155 W Vine Street). The Pioneer Village at Shingle Creek is located at 2491 Babb Road.

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