Incorporated in 1888, Kissimmee, Florida, serves as the seat of Osceola County and boasts a population of more than 62,000 people. Kissimmee ’s proximity to Walt Disney World® Resort, Universal Orlando® and SeaWorld® Orlando has established the city as a world-renowned host for Central Florida’s millions of tourists. The stretch of U.S. 192 that runs through Kissimmee is home to hundreds of budget motels and hotels, family-friendly restaurants, specialty shops and offbeat attractions that serve the community’s ever-growing tourist population. Points of interest include Medieval Times, a world-famous dinner theater housed in an authentic style castle that includes a moat! For more information about Kissimmee, visit

KISSIMMEE TIP: Keep an eye open for Eli’s Orange World, a four-story dome fashioned in bright orange to resemble Florida’s official state fruit and leading agricultural crop.

RICH’S TRIVIA: Kissimmee takes its name from the Calusa language and means “heaven’s place.” Dedicated in 1943, the 40-foot-high Monument of States is located in downtown Kissimmee. The Houston Astros return to Osceola County Stadium in Kissimmee each year for Spring Training.

Contact Information:
City of Kissimmee
101 North Church Street
Kissimmee, Florida 34741-5054

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