The Sebring Historical Society meets quarterly on the fourth Saturday of January, April, July, and October at the Sebring Civic Center. We also have temporary exhibits throughout the year!

 Downtown Sebring Morning by Linda Kegley 

March 26, 2021 Bus Trip

to the Yesteryear Village in Palm Beach

                                                                      Come and join us on the first tour since the Coronavirus came

                                                                      into all of our lives.  We think that everyone would agree that

                                                                      our lives have been changed in ways that just a short while ago

                                                                      we would never have thought possible.


                                                                      The Sebring Historical Society is excited to present to our

                                                                      faithful travelers the first trip in almost a year.  We will follow all

  current coronavirus protocols for safety during this time.  We will ask everyone to wear a mask on the bus, and to follow the Yesteryear Village instructions.






Yesteryear Village is one of Palm Beach

County’s most unique cultural attractions. 

A living history park where interpreters

share their stories about life prior to 1940.  You will discover a large collection of early, original and replicated buildings including an old school, a farm, a blacksmith shop, a general store, and several houses. The only big band museum in the United States, the Sally Bennett Big Band Hall of Fame Museum is also located there.

After enjoying the Yesteryear Village

we will return to the Seminole Inn in                                Cost for Trip - $50.00 p.p.

Indiantown for a late lunch.                                                

                                                                                              Lunch at the Seminole Inn is not

                                                                                              included in the price of the trip. You

                                                                                              will be able to order from the menu.


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Save the Past for the Future

Sebring Historical Society is dedicated to preserving, protecting, and sharing the history, stories, and culture of Sebring and Highlands County. We have just signed a lease with the City of Sebring on the Weigle House, a historic home of national and local significance, to serve as the new home for our museum and gift shop. The funds from this Go Fund Me account will help us maintain and preserve this historic home and any other buildings we may acquire. This new location has the potential to be a tremendous investment in the promotion of our downtown area, engaging and inspiring tourists and long-time residents alike with the fascinating artifacts and stories of our community’s history. However, none of this will be possible without the grassroots support of people like you who love our community and care about its future. Please donate to our Save the Past for the Future campaign.  


Click here to visit our "Go Fund Me" on Facebook to Donate  


Why not attend our next event, come view our current exhibit, read our Blog, and if you haven’t done so, become a member or a corporate sponsor.

Call us today (863) 471-2522

321 W Center Ave, Sebring, FL 33870

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