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Pay Only $8 for 2 General Admission Passes to The Orange County Regional History Center! ($18 Value)
Offered by Orange County Regional History Center in Orlando, FL
Deal: Pay Only $8 for 2 General Admission Passes to The Orange County Regional History Center! ($18 Value)!
Plan Your Visit to The Orange County Regional History Center
"When you know the story behind [the artists] it becomes magical." - B.J. Hausman.
The History Center has an experienced and talented in-house team of researchers, writers, and designers who create exhibits around the collections of the Historical Society of Central Florida and as Florida-centric complementary exhibits to nationally important exhibitions hosted at the museum. The museum features three floors of permanent exhibitions and also presents nationally important limited-run exhibitions.
Currently running is the nationally known: Against All Odds: the Art of the Highwaymen. The Highwaymen began as a group of African American artists who, against all odds, managed to prosper selling their paintings in the segregated South of the 1950s and 1960s. One charismatic man dreamed big and developed a fast method of painting that he generously shared with 25 others, and they collectively produced over 200,000 paintings over a 30 year period. Learn about their fascinating story in The Highwaymen exhibit and see up to 64 of their breathtaking paintings!
Also running, until September 9th, is FloridaScapes: I-4 – the Exits Less Traveled. Photography by Sherri Bunye in which she documents the cities and neighborhoods along Interstate 4, in hopes that her images inspire others to take an exit less traveled and in the process discover the unexpected beauty and charm that she is able to capture. The exhibition focuses on the Orlando/Sanford stretch of I-4, and showcases her newest work.
Don’t miss out on these outstanding and amazing limited time exhibitions! Go and learn at The Orange County Regional History Center!
About Orange County Regional History Center
The collections went into storage from 1957 until 1963, while the county demolished the 1892 Courthouse and built an addition to the 1927 Courthouse on the site of the old building. The museum reopened in the Courthouse Annex in 1963, under the auspices of Orange County Historical Commission, a new county department established by the County Commissioners in 1957 to ensure fiscal and legal stability. By 1970 , the county government needed the space in the annex, so the museum collection was moved again, to the second floor of the Christ Building, a few doors away on Central Boulevard.
Monday-Saturday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sunday: Noon - 5 p.m.
- Valid for Two (2) General Admission tickets for adults, but can be used for children.
- Children 4 and under are FREE.
- Offer valid within 90 days after purchase.
- You can purchase this deal 10 times for yourself, and buy it as a gift for friends and family.
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