Heritage Partners of Polk County

Enjoy the rich history and heritage of Polk County through the resources and exhibits of our Heritage Partners:

African American Chamber of Commerce of Polk County – The Mission of the African American Chamber of Commerce is to promote economic development, education enrichment, and social connections for the Polk County African-American business communities.

Davenport Historical Society – What began as a “Quilts and Tea” annual festival has developed into an organization that supports “Florida Remembered” through festivals, workshops and educational events related to the small town atmosphere of Davenport and rural Florida.

Florida Citrus Hall of Fame – The partnership between the Florida Citrus Hall of Fame and Florida Southern College is a unique opportunity that will enable people from throughout the world to learn about the men and women who have made the Florida citrus industry what it is today.

Frostproof Historical Museum – Home to thousands of photos, artifacts and documents, the Museum also has a staff ready to help with your family genealogy. You can also plan a guided walking tour of the Frostproof Heritage Trail!

Ft. Meade Historical Museum – The mission of the Ft. Meade Historical Museum is to preserve history through dignity and the future with honor. The museum features exhibits, events, and even a Train Museum Dining Car! 

Haines City Historical Museum – Welcome to the Haines City Historical Museum’s Facebook page! Visit often for updates on meetings, events, and how you can get involved in preserving our history. 

Kathleen Area Historical Society – The mission of the Kathleen Area Historical Society is to document, preserve, and interpret the history and folk life of area communities – primarily through activities at Heritage Park located within the historic Socrum community.

Lake Alfred Historical Society – Since 1994, the Historical Society has been protecting Lake Alfred’s history and heritage for present and future generations. The Lake Alfred Historical Museum houses exhibits and a research room. You’ll also want to visit the town’s numerous historic sites and historical markers. 

Lake Wales History Museum – A living legacy, the Lake Wales History Museum unites our community through the powerful history that shaped Lake Wales, Florida. The Museum preserves and shares our community’s proud heritage, inspiring deeper connections to the city and encouraging our ability to contribute to its story.

Mulberry Phosphate Museum – The Mulberry Phosphate Museum is one of the Florida attractions that should be on everyone’s “Must See” list.  As you walk through our museum, you will experience the Earth’s past, viewing the remains of various types of marine life as well as reptiles and mammals dating back millions of years. Your visit will be an introduction to the relationship of animal remains with the modern Phosphate Industry.

Plant City Photo Archives – Photo Archives and History Center and focused on the preservation of the history and heritage of community’s within the Central West Florida area, with the initial concentration on the greater Plant City area, and added a History Center and library and expanded it’s collections and archives of papers and documents from area clubs and organizations.

Polk County History Center – What was once the Polk County Courthouse now serves as the History Center and houses the historical museum and library. The museum serves Polk’s community through special events, volunteer opportunities, and educational programs.

Museum of Winter Haven History – The Museum of Winter Haven History  is located in the Woman’s Club on beautiful Lake Howard. The museum features memorabilia, photos, films and objects directly related to the history of Winter Haven, Florida.  

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