Tues-Fri: 10am - 4pm ; Sat: 10am - 2pm ; From July 22 to Aug. 30, the accessibility entrance will be closed for building maintenance.
The rich history of Winter Park.


The Winter Park Historical Association seeks to collect, promote, preserve, and research the history of Winter Park and its surrounding area, and to share said history with the public through educational programs, events, and the operation of the Winter Park History Museum.

The Association fulfills this mission by providing the Winter Park community with an engaging museum staffed and open without charge, five days a week. The WPHM also provides a Speaker Series, community outreach programs such as the “Hands on History” event at the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival, and an oral histories podcast: A Stroll Down Park Avenue.

Board of Directors

John Miller

Rick Baldwin
Vice President

Bob Klettner

Elizabeth Eschbach
Recording Secretary

Gibby Folk

Kate Lane

Sarah Paspalakis

Dan Piccard

Paul Twyford

Eric Werrenrath

Rick Kilby

Elle Walch


Christy Grieger
Executive Director

Linda Kulmann

Dena Salas
Executive Assistant

Funding Sources

Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, the WPHM is able to offer our members and visitors an amazing array of engaging experiences—from artifact-rich exhibitions, interactive history programs to special events.

The City of Winter Park Central Florida Foundation Charles Hosmer Morse Foundation Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation Elizabeth Morse Genius Foundation Florida Department of State – Division of Cultural Affairs Joe & Sarah Galloway Foundation Winter Park Rotary Club Charitable Foundation United Arts Memberships and Individual Donors

Community Partners

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200 W. New England Ave.
Winter Park, FL 32789
Contact: 407-647-2330
Tues-Fri: 10am - 4pm ; Sat: 10am - 2pm ; If wheelchair access is needed, please call us prior to your visit.
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