Uncover History

To hear some people tell it, Orlando’s history didn’t begin until Walt Disney World® Resort opened in 1971 — but the fact is, the region’s rich past can be traced to the prehistoric era.

    En el corazón de Winter Garden, el Museo del Patrimonio, el Centro de Educación e Investigación de Historia y el Centro de Visitantes documentan el pasado del área, mientras que el Museo del Ferrocarril de Florida Central muestra la influencia del ferrocarril.

    Tour the historic Town of Eatonville, which is one of the oldest African American communities in the country and the childhood home of celebrated author Zora Neale Hurston. It’s also the site of the annual ZORA!® Festival.

    Enrich Your Adventure

    Unlock Orlando’s deep history with enriching museums, outdoor galleries and more throughout the destination.

    Explore Orlando's Diverse Culture

    Explore African American, Asian American, Hispanic and Latino, and LGBTQ+ history and influence in the Orlando area.

    Explore Orlando's Diverse Culture

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    LGBTQ+

    Bienvenidos a Orlando: un destino inclusivo donde ondean las banderas de la diversidad sexual.

    Explore Culture & Diversity

    Use this interactive map to discover culture and diversity throughout Orlando.

    Más para explorar

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