Orlando Science Center
The Orlando Science Center (OSC) is a private science museum located in Orlando, Florida. Its purposes are to provide experience-based opportunities for learning about science and technology and to promote public understanding of science.
Downtown Orlando is the historic core and central business district of Orlando, Florida, United States. It is bordered by Marks Street in the north, Mills Avenue (SR 15) in the east, Orange Blossom Trail (US 441) in the west, and Kaley Avenue in the south.
Camping World Stadium
Camping World Stadium is a stadium in Orlando, Florida, located in the West Lakes neighborhood of Downtown Orlando, west of new sports and entertainment facilities including the Amway Center, the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, and Exploria Stadium.
Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts (commonly known as Dr.
Rollins College is a private college in Winter Park, Florida. It was founded in November 1885 and has about 30 undergraduate majors and several graduate programs.
The Orange County Regional History Center
The Orange County Regional History Center is a private non-profit history museum located in downtown Orlando, Florida, United States. Located in the historic Orange County Courthouse, the five-story museum consists of exhibits presenting local and regional history starting from 12,000 years ago.
Kraft Azalea Gardens
Kraft Azalea Park (alternatively, Kraft Azalea Garden) is a scenic public park located in the city of Winter Park, Florida just north of Orlando, Florida. The park is bordered by Lake Maitland on the North and West.
The Enzian Theater is a nonprofit arthouse movie theater located in Maitland, Florida. The theater hosts the Florida Film Festival and several other local film festivals.
Mennello Museum of American Art
The Mennello Museum of American Art is an art museum located in the Howard Phillips' house in Loch Haven Park next to Lake Formosa in Orlando, Florida. The museum displays paintings and sculptures and contains at its core a permanent collection of paintings by Earl Cunningham (1893–1977).
Winter Park Historical Museum
Winter Park History Museum, also known as the Winter Park Historical Museum, is a local history museum in Winter Park, Orange County, Florida. It is operated by the Winter Park Historical Association and located in a former railroad freight depot.
Rio Pinar Country Club
The Rio Pinar Golf & Country Club is a semi-private Golf club and Country Club located in Rio Pinar, Florida, a suburban subdivision of Orlando. Established 65 years ago in 1957, the golf course was the original site of the Florida Citrus Open (now Arnold Palmer Invitational) on the PGA Tour from 1966 through 1978, Some of golf's greatest players like Arnold Palmer, Lee Trevino, and Julius Boros won at Rio.
Church Street Station
Church Street Station, also called the Old Orlando Railroad Depot, is a historic train station and commercial development in Orlando, Florida. The historic depot and surrounding buildings house a retail and entertainment center.
Hannibal Square Heritage Center
The Hannibal Square Heritage Center is a community center in Winter Park, Florida which is run by the Crealdé School of Art. Founded in 2007, the Hannibal Square Heritage Center is located in a historical neighborhood on New England Avenue two blocks west of Park Avenue, between Virginia and Pennsylvania Avenues.
Addition Financial Arena
Addition Financial Arena (formerly known as CFE Arena and UCF Arena) is a sports and entertainment arena located in Orlando, Florida, United States, on the main campus of the University of Central Florida. It was constructed beginning in 2006 as a replacement for the original UCF arena, and as a part of Knights Plaza.
Crealde School of Art
The Crealdé School of Art is a non-profit arts organization in Winter Park, Florida. Opened in 1975, the school offers visual and three-dimensional arts classes for all ages, a summer art camp, and a visiting artist workshop series.
Jack Kerouac House
Jack Kerouac House is a national historic site located in Orlando, Florida. Built as a rectangular, one-story, front gable, Frame Vernacular house, it was the home of the American author and Beat Generation founder Jack Kerouac.
university of central Florida
The University of Central Florida (UCF) is a public research university with its main campus located in unincorporated Orange County, Florida, northeast of the city of Orlando and south of Oviedo. UCF also has nine smaller regional campuses throughout central Florida.
Tinker Field was an outdoor baseball stadium in Orlando, Florida, United States. Named after Baseball Hall of Famer Joe Tinker, it was located in the West Lakes neighborhoods of Downtown Orlando, adjacent to the Camping World Stadium and one mile west of the Amway Center.
Little Econ Greenway
The Little Econ Greenway is a multiuse trail in Orange County, Florida, United States, maintained by Orange County Parks and Recreation. The Little Econ Greenway runs 7.
Greenwood Urban Wetlands
Greenwood Urban Wetlands is a park in downtown Orlando, Florida which was created in 1991. The park is adjacent to Greenwood Cemetery.
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The Hannibal Square Heritage Center is a community center in Winter Park, Florida which is run by the Crealdé School of Art.View more
The Howey Mansion
The Howey Mansion is a historic home in Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida, United States.View more
Little Econ Greenway
The Little Econ Greenway is a multiuse trail in Orange County, Florida, United States, maintained by Orange County Parks and Recreation.View more