The Pioneer Village is comprised of a permanent collection of authentic structures which once stood in different areas of Osceola County. They were carefully relocated to our present location and gently preserved to demonstrate how life was once lived before our modern times. The village includes a general store and post office, schoolhouse, church, train depot, homesteads from Osceola settlers, Seminole settlement, a cow camp and working structures such as a blacksmith shop, citrus packing plant, cane grinder, and barn. You’re welcome to feed the goats and the chickens.
Pioneer Village is operated by Osceola County Historical Society, and is open 7 days a week from 10 am to 4 pm. There are self-guided tours using QR codes and signage are available daily (in English and Spanish). Guided tours are currently available on Saturdays at 10:00 am and 12:00 pm and it is recommended to request a tour by completing an online request form on the website.
Osceola History Membership
When you become a member of Osceola History, you are contributing to the overall support of the organization and our ability to foster an understanding and enjoyment of the area’s cultural and natural heritage. All Osceola History members enjoy free and unlimited visits to Pioneer Village, receive an annual membership to the North American Reciprocal Museum Association NARM and free admission to over 1,200 museums and galleries located in Florida, California, Nevada, New York and all other states in the U.S.
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