We very much enjoyed visiting the four floors of this museum, and we learned a lot about the history of the Region. But perhaps the best part was watching guides and teachers telling groups of schoolchildren about local history. Painting pictures with words about how tough it was for the early settlers; having a woman acting as a former slave telling about her life, and, playing parts in a courtroom trial. We only had three hours in Orlando, but a visit to this museum, a stroll by the lake and lunch made it memorable and they gave us parking vouchers when we parked in the parking garage across the street from the library. Oh yes, and we visited the Greek St John's church just across the road on the museum side of the lake. The stained glass windows and the unique lady who granted us admission were memorable.
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