Activities & Resources
Orange County Regional History Center050in Orlando, FL 32801
about Orange County Regional History Center:
The center has three floors of permanent exhibitions and hosts numerous special and traveling exhibits throughout the year. Permanent exhibitions include displays detailing the Seminole Wars, the area's Big Freeze in the 1890s that devastated the citrus industry, and even a replica of a World War II B-17 bomber.
Heritage Square, a one-acre park located directly in front of the History Center, hosts numerous community events annually.
Spring and Summer Camps: Children enjoy interactive projects and crafts, while learning about Florida's first explorers, traditions, varied cultures and the events that shaped Florida. Numerous themed camps are available and are designed for students ages five to ten years old. Call 407.836.8580 or email email@example.com for more information.
Birthday parties: Choose a birthday theme like Pirates and Privateers, Native Americans, or Pioneers, and participate in fun, hands-on activities. The two-hour party includes a guide, full-day admission, and all party supplies (except food). Call for more information.
Girl Scout and Boy Scout badge programs are available with self-guided tours and badge workshops.