Orange County Regional History Center, Orlando

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  • Read everything and you will be there for 5-6 hours. We made a whistle stop tour and really enjoyed all the exhibitions and activities.The original courthouse was quite inspiring as we were on the way...  more »
  • Stopped here on a whim, and am very glad I did. Varied historical/cultural exhibits. The old courtroom is a hoot--check out the scratches on the seating from the prisoners handcuffs! Very neat special...  more »
  • I spent some days in Orlando and was looking for something beyond Universal and Disney. I went to the amazing downtown of Orlando where the museum is also located. The building itself is the first Ora...  more »
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  • I absolutely loved it. I visit many museums and this is definitely on my top 5. It's fun and interactive, yet very historical. Definite must see if you're visiting Downtown Orlando. At the moment is it is free to hurry! They have a lovely tribute to the 49 pulse. I cried throughout the whole journey. It was amazing and so thoughtfully planned. You felt the raw emotions from every piece.
  • Really enjoyed the visit and all the exhibits. Especially enjoyed the old court room maintained in its original condition. There was so much to learn. We spent 2.5 hrs there and could have spent more time.
  • We loved the history center. It's history on Florida is in great detail. Very family friendly. Not as big as you think like a museum but big enough to spend couple of hours. Also if you bank at Bank of America you get in for free every first weekend of the month.
  • Had a great time learning about all of Florida's history. From the natives to the triple "K". Best 6 for a history lession. Gave a new meaning to the street name and overall appeal of why Orlando and Florida are the way they are. Those damn "Crackers".
  • Well run and interesting place. Also very well used and available for community involvement and groups to use. Third Wednesday of the month the "Orlando remembered" group meets to keep the oral history of Orlando going.