Winter Park Points of Interest
Winter Park is known as the City of Culture and Heritage. Come see and enjoy what we have to offer. The following list is just a taste of what Winter Park has to offer to whet your appetite.
In December of 2014 a beautiful new Peacock Fountain was unveiled in memory of Elizabeth Buckley in the rose garden of Central Park.
Come select your favorite fruits, vegetables, plants and baked goods each Saturday mornings from 7:00 to 1:00 at the old train depot, located at 200 West New England Avenue.
Charles Hosmer Morse Museum
Winter Park is home to many fine museums and galleries. In the heart of downtown Winter Park on Park Avenue sits the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum housing the world's most comprehensive collection of Tiffany jewelry, pottery, paintings, art glass, and leaded glass lamps and windows.
Rollins College is one of the two world renowned colleges to call Winter Park home. Take a stroll through the historic campus or enroll in your next course of study.
If your future career includes next generation media studies, Winter Park is also home to Full Sail University.
The Knights of University of Central Florida are not far away. In fact, UCF is right next door to Winter Park, in Orlando.
Shop & Dine on
Park Avenue showcases shopping and dining at its best. Make a day of strolling down Park Avenue for unique and world class choices in food and sundries!
In the heart of downtown Winter Park in Winter Park Country Club; Central Florida's second oldest golf club.
Winter Park Sidewalk Arts Festival
Each March Winter Park hosts its world famous, award winning Sidewalk Arts Festival. Come take a walk among beautiful works of art and take one home with you.
Enjoy free travel on SunRail during the festival.
Whether you are travelling to Debary or into Orlando, SunRail is the better way to go and Winter Park is in the heart of it all. Travel in style with the latest and greatest in passenger rail, with recharge with great amenities like comfortable seating and power outlets, and free on-board wifi.
A special thank you to James T. "JimDad" Kenney for his continued support in his beautiful photos of locations in picturesque Winter Park.