Fort Christmas is the site of a full-sized replica of a fort built during the Second Seminole Indian War. It also features an extensive recreation of a pioneer village. Through informative displays, hands-on activities, and period furnishings, visitors gain a thorough knowledge of what pioneer life was like in Florida from the 1870’s to the 1930’s. The buildings that make up the village were moved to Fort Christmas from around Central Florida and have been restored to their original condition. The buildings are open to walk through and explore. Not only is it a fun setting to get some hands-on history, but the park and the exhibits are all free. There are also pavilions, grills, a playground, and fields.
Last modified: August 3rd, 2018