If you have some time this weekend and you’re looking into getting more familiar with Winter Park, here’s a few places you’ll want to make time to see!
Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art
The Morse Museum is the holder of the most comprehensive collections of American art. Get a sense of the community amongst locals and everlasting works of breathtaking art. Archived is thousands of Stained glass, immersive sculpture exhibits, pottery and antique paintings. This museum isn’t far from Winter Park’s downtown area which makes it a perfect first stop on a day out with your family or friends.
Winter Park Scenic Boat Tour
The Winter park scenic boat tour has been in business for over 80 years! Gliding through the Chain of Lakes you can relax while taking in Florida’s lush flora and fauna. Within an hour you can drift along three of the 6 different branches of the chain, Osceola Maitland and Virginia. Every couple of minutes there is an instagram-ready spot to post! Traveling through two canals almost completely covered in reaching ferns and trees, really taking in the calm and lush atmosphere will get you ready for your walk down Park Avenue for shopping and dining!
The Wine Room on Park Avenue
End the night with your choice of over 150 wine varieties, and a VIP ambiance at the Wine Room. Located within the very walls of one of the oldest buildings in Winter Park, the old town bank! The modern flair to this historical space really relies on the wine dispensing machines. They’re easy to use and you can load as much as you’d like on them! Just swipe at each bottle you want to try and there it is, wine on demand!
Winter Park Farmers Market
Located at the corner of New York Avenue & Morse Boulevard stands The Winter Park Farmers Market. Every saturday, visit over 60 vendors for food, merchandise, flowers, and more. The market is placed inside of a beautifully renovated old train station and is full of memorable photo opportunities. It’s really a great way to see the beauty of the Winter Park through its scenery and people.The Orlando Real on