Winter Park

North of Orlando, Winter Park is at turns hipster yet classic, historical yet progressive, and cultural yet alternative. Although it has a reputation for being prestigious, you can also have a great time in this European-styled city on a budget.

There are plenty of activities in Winter Park for all kinds of wallets, from Velcro to Versace. This includes several cultural institutes including the Morse Museum of American Art, which holds the world's largest collection of Tiffany Glass. Or try the Enzian Theater which provides a refreshingly alternative cinematic viewpoint – everything from independent fare to $5.00 cult classics.

Winter Park is best known for its sense of community and heritage, brick-lined streets, fine shopping, and lovely chain of lakes. The scenic boat tour at the end of Morse Avenue is one of the best ways to experience Winter Park's natural beauty.

The city's top visitor destination is shopping and dining around the upscale yet accessible Park Avenue. At the southern end of this district lies Florida's oldest college Rollins, which is well known for its 1920s Spanish-Mediterranean architecture. Winter Park is a high-quality visiting area that truly feels like a New England village in the center of Florida.


Circa 1926

Belly Busters

Wine Room on Park Avenue

Austin's Coffee

Orlando Repertory Theatre

Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center

JB's Sports Restaurant

Knight Out Pub

Wills Pub


Orlando Science Center

Harry P. Leu Gardens


Tijuana Flats Burrito Company

Belly Busters

Cafe Annie

Del Frisco's Steak House

Royal Thai

Ragazzi's Pizza & Restaurant


La Quinta Inn Winter Park

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