If you live in Orlando and haven't visited the Orange County Regional History Museum, you are missing out.
And if you live in Orlando and haven't visited the Orange County Regional History Museum, you are in luck!
This weekend you can visit the museum for FREE!
Courtesy of Orlando Health, the Orange County Regional History Museum is throwing open its doors and having a celebration all weekend long.
Plus, on saturday the 31st from 12:00pm to 2:00pm MIX 105.1 will be there with their Safety Safari (presented by Arnold Palmer Children's Hospital and Metro PCS). The Safety Safari will offer free bike helmets and activities (while supplies last).
The museum boasts great photography exhibits, the history of Orange County and exhibits on aviation and horse harness racing and tons more.
Plan to spend a few hours there, there's a lot to take in.
For more information on the Orange County Regional History Museum, call (407) 836-8500 or check out their website .
The Orange County Regional History Museum is located at 65 E. Central Blvd. Orlando, Florida 32801
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