A day to celebrate Mosquito County - the county that contained most of what we today consider Central Florida - including Osceola County; until 1845. Mosquito County Festival Activities
Prepare for spooks and frights as you learn about Historic Downtown Kissimmee. This hair-raising walking tour will surely get you into the Halloween spirit! ► Tours will begin at Hart Memorial Library. ► Groups of 10-15 will depart every 15 minutes. ► Presented by Osceola County Historical Society. Registration required. Registration opens September 28.
History comes alive at Education Day in early November. Great for families and groups! Scheduled tours are available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org Included with your admission: Be sure to pack a picnic lunch and enjoy the day learning about the history of Osceola County! Students & Chaperones - $5.00 / Teachers - Free Regular admission: $4.00 children / $8.00 adults
The annual Pioneer Day celebrates Osceola County’s first residents and the pioneering spirit of the late 19th century. Step back in time at this annual festival hosted at the Pioneer Village at Shingle Creek in Kissimmee. Pioneer Day is a free, family-friendly event featuring live music, a kids’ craft zone, a real Florida Market, and pioneer and Seminole life demonstrations. As visitors explore the Pioneer […]
This event is sold out. Check back for our next event, coming soon! Join us for a night of fun as we host "Murder on the Osceola Express" murder mystery party, in honor of our temporary train exhibition, "Track to the Future". Included in your ticket will be► a curated wine tasting and► light snacks. Help find the murderer on the train! Please make sure […]