Join us for a casual walk through Historic Downtown Orlando to learn about the rich history of this town. On this 2-hour tour, you will be guided on a winding tour through the streets of downtown as well as the Orange County Regional History Center. On this 1 1/2 mile walk, we will talk, explore, and learn about the history of Orlando.
Orlando Public Library
101 E Central Boulevard, Orlando, FL 32801
This tour goes from 10 AM - 12 PM on most Tuesdays. Check availability at the button below to see the options we have available. Our meeting location is the sidewalk in front of the Orlando Public Library. I recommend parking at the Library Parking Garage directly across the street from the library, located at 112 E. Central Boulevard.
We will stroll through the streets of historic downtown Orlando, where we will see the first railroad station, the oldest building in Orlando, the first African-American owned business in the "white" district, a cathedral built my the same man who built National Cathedral in Washington DC, the City Center, the Orlando Regional History Center, and MORE. You will hear all kinds of stories along the way and learn the hidden history behind this city.
What is included:
guided 2-hour tour
historic walking tour
admission to the Orange County Regional History Center
What is not included:
transportation to/from the tour
gratuity for tour guide
What to bring:
umbrella or rain coat
cash for parking, shopping, and gratuity