It’s so absolutely hard to believe this horrific tragedy hit our wonderful city of Orlando nearly five years ago. Regardless of the connection to the incident, a collective human connectivity has never been experienced greater than the days in the aftermath of this mass shooting.
Our wonderful little treasure that is the Orange County Regional History Center currently has a very meaningful, important, moving exhibit showcasing just how significant this event was not only to Orlando/Central Florida but to the country and the world over. If you’re anywhere remotely near, coming to see Community: Five Years After the Pulse Tragedy would be time well spent. So that everyone has an opportunity to view it, the History Center has lifted all admission fees through June 13 (although the exhibit will remain through August 15th.
Here are a few things visitors can expect to see:
Orange Country Regional History Center
65 East Central Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32801