May 29 2021
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Aug 15 2021
COMMUNITY: Five Years After the Pulse Tragedy

COMMUNITY: Five Years After the Pulse Tragedy

Presented by Orange County Regional History Center at Orange County Regional History Center

The Pulse nightclub shooting in June 2016 and the subsequent response forever changed Orlando – exemplified by the immense outpouring of support and love shown by locals in the days, months, and years that followed. However, the impact of the tragedy was not limited to the physical boundaries of Central Florida. The Orange County Regional History Center’s 2021 remembrance exhibition, Community: Five Years After the Pulse Tragedy, examines how communities of all kinds were touched both locally and across the globe. Visitors will follow the story of Pulse nightclub, from its earliest conception through 2016, as well as the response to the devastating event and the lasting impact in the time since. Through the telling of this important part of our collective history, the museum seeks to celebrate the spirit of community and honor the 49 victims and all of those affected.

To ensure that this exhibition is accessible to the entire community, we will offer free admission June 5 -13. The white memorial crosses will be available for viewing June 11-13.

Admission Info

General Admission Prices
Adults $8
Seniors (55+) $7
Students & Military $7* (with valid I.D.)
Children (Ages 5-12) $6
Children (Ages 4 and under) Free
Members Free
Orange County Employees Free
Florida Educators Free
(all levels of education, including colleges and universities)
Museums for All Ticket Free
AAA/CAA Members 15% off regular admission
OCLS Library Cardholders $2 off regular admission
Wells’Built Combo Ticket $10

Phone: 407-836-8594

Email: amanda.henry@ocfl.net

Dates & Times

2021/05/29 - 2021/08/15

Location Info

Orange County Regional History Center

65 E. Central Blvd., Orlando, FL 32801

Accessibility Info

The History Center is handicapped accessible with elevators on every floor. Two handicapped parking spaces are available on the north side of the building on E. Washington Street.