Tour the restored dwellings of some of Osceola County’s earliest settlers; rentals provide a welcome change to average meeting space
What You'll Get
- Free admission for children under 3
- Children admission for kids age 3-12
The Fine Print
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About Osceola County Historical Society
Central Florida is filled with history, and the Osceola County Historical Society is filled with most of it. Read on to learn how the organization stacks up by the numbers.
- 1949—the year the society was founded by volunteers Charles and Twylah Hartley and Alma Hetherington
- 4 locations: Osceola County Historical Society, Pioneer Village, Osceola County Welcome Center and History Museum, and the Research Center
- 6 exhibits are housed at the welcome center and museum, chronicling the area's history with tales of Native Americans and cattle kings
- 7.8 acres of land occupied by the Mary Kendall Steffee Nature Preserve
- 3 "traveling trunks" containing photographs and reproductions of historical artifacts are available for teachers to borrow