About Winter Park Moss-draped oaks line the residential streets of Winter Park, a community of beautiful homes and picturesque lakes. The campus of Rollins College features brick streets and Mediterranean-style buildings on the shores of Lake Virginia; maps for self-guiding tours are available. The small, private college is at the foot of Park Avenue, a popular shopping district with a varied selection of upscale boutiques, galleries and restaurants.
Hannibal Square Heritage Center, 642 W. New England Ave., recounts the settlement of Winter Park's African-American community with oral histories, photographs, art displays and artifacts; phone (407) 539-2680.
Visitor Centers Winter Park Chamber of Commerce 151 W. Lyman Ave. Winter Park, FL 32789. Phone:(407)644-8281 or (877)972-4282
On Saturday mornings, make a beeline to the Winter Park Farmers Market, 200 W. New England Ave., for fresh local produce, pastries, plants and cheeses. Head one block east to Park Avenue for an assortment of shops, galleries and restaurants with a European feel.
Winter Park Village is just a short drive from Park Avenue and features shops such as LOFT, Pier I Imports and White House Black Market, along with several restaurants and a 20-screen movie theater.
Things to Do Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens
Winter Park, FL
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