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The Floral City Heritage Council
P O Box 328
Floral City, FL 34436

Floral City Community


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Citrus County Board of County Commissioners


Heritage Event : Spring Into History - Saturday, March 25, 2023 

8394 E Orange Ave, Floral City Florida 34436

If you live in the Floral City ZIP code - or can round up a friend who does - don your Easter bonnet or your vintage clothing and take part in the Spring Into History parade.

The date to register to march or ride in the parade is March 13. If interested, contact us!

If you live outside the 34436 ZIP code, you're invited to line up along Orange Avenue from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm to watch the parade!


Floral City Heritage Council

Upcoming Events

Quarterly Meeting!
Tuesday, April 25th at 7:00 PM at the Floral City Community Building

Bring a dish to share (and your own plate and silverware), enjoy a Snippet of History with Tom Ritchie about the history of citrus in Floral City, and stay for the general business meeting to learn more about the future of Floral City.


Floral City Heritage Days - Spring Into History: A Celebration of 14 Decades of Floral City History took place on March 25, 2023. Residents of the 34436 ZIP code participated in a parade and day-long celebration of Floral City.

Florida Cracker cowboy camp

Bicyclists view rivet forge and blacksmith

Couple dressed in vintage wedding attire from 1971

Citrus County Board of County Commissioners Recognize the 140th Anniversary
of the Laying Out and Surveying of Floral City with Proclamation

Residents of Floral City and members of Board accepting proclamation

On March 14, 2023, the Citrus County Board of County Commissioners issued a proclamation officially recognizing the laying out and surveying of Floral City, Florida in 1883, making this year the 140th anniversary of this event.

The Museum is open free of charge to all visitors on Fridays and Saturdays September to May from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at 8394 E. Orange Ave. in the Floral City Town Center.

 www.floralcityhc.org | call (352) 419-4257

Visit Floral City:

Discover our parks, boat ramps, bike trail, scenery and great businesses...you will want to vist again.

Corporate Members of Floral City Heritage Council

  • Coping with Dementia is an Organizational Member of Floral City Heritage Council that uses our small-town setting to stimulate nostalgia therapy each year with an Annual Walk under the Historic Oaks. 
  • Naturecoaster.com shows the way to events, activities, and places for visitors and residents in Citrus, Hernando, and Pasco counties. Get to know the newest Organizational Member of Floral City Heritage Council.

Mission: The Floral City Heritage Council serves as an advocate for Florida historic preservation and presents and supports Florida folk-life programs.  Established in September 1992 as a local branch of the Citrus County Historical Society, we support and promote the Society's mission to preserve and further the knowledge of the history and pre-history of Citrus County, Florida, and nearby areas.

Learn more about us

The information on this site is updated frequently. Please come back often to get acquainted with FCHC and our webspace. 

Terri Hartman,  Heritage Days Events  |  Jeane DeFelice, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram  |  Janet Donovan, Publications  |  Marcia Beasley, Publicity  |  Paulette Ritchie, Official Records


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