Winter Garden Heritage Foundation
Situated in the heart of West Orange County’s former citrus and agricultural empire, the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation brings history to life. Our hands-on educational programs involve our architecture; citizen heroes who made the region what it is today; and immerse students in the region’s
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In-school Program: Timucua, Trains, and Trees
In this interactive presentation, students walk through the late 19th and 20th century decade by decade, using photos from the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation archives to discuss national and international events and how those events impacted Central Florida. Some of the topics discussed are: the effect of the building of railroads in Florida; the Boom years of 1910-1929; early Florida tourism; the... View more
Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays throughout the school year.
Projection screen (or blank wall); video projector (if available; if not, we will bring one).
The presentation can take place in a classroom or auditorium at the school.
$75 first presentation; $50 for each additional presentation on the same day. Maximum number of presentations in one day: 5
Timucua, Trains, and Trees In-School Presentationwghf_03Timucua.pdf
Early Florida TourismEarly-Tourism-Lesson-4.pdf
Economic Changes in Florida HistoryEconomic-Changes-Lesson-with-Citrus-Graph-4.pdf
Significant Events in Florida HistorySignifican-Events-Lesson-4.pdf
Significant Events TimelineSignificant-Events-Timeline-4.pdf
We are very flexible regarding cancellations.