Pioneer Day is an annual outdoor festival in celebration of Osceola County’s rich heritage. This tradition was started in 1991 by the Osceola County Historical Society as a way to share Osceola County’s history with its residents and visitors. Pioneer Day features family friendly activities, including live music, a kids craft zone, a real Florida market, historic reenactment, and lessons in pioneer chores like cow-milking and butter-making. As they explore the Pioneer Village, guests will learn how Florida Seminoles and early pioneer families lived off the land long before electricity and air-conditioning. The Osceola County Historical Society’s 27th Annual Pioneer day will include FREE admission and FREE parking for guests.