Winter Park is a suburban city in Orange County, Florida, United States. The population was 27,852 at the 2010 United States Census. It is part of the Orlando–Kissimmee–Sanford, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area. Winter Park is home to D100 Studio One, the original and flagship Florida studio of D100 Radio. Winter Park was founded as a resort community by northern business magnates in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Its main street includes civic buildings, retail, art galleries, a private liberal arts college, museums, a park, a train station, a golf course country club, a historic cemetery, and a beach and boat launch.
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The world’s most comprehensive collection of works by Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848–1933) is housed at The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art. The Museum’s Tiffany collection includes jewelry, pottery, paintings, art glass, leaded-glass windows and lamps, and the chapel interior the artist designed for the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago. The Museum’s holdings also include a major collection of American art pottery and representative collections of late 19th- and early 20th-century American painting, graphics, and decorative art.
Adventuresome for the first time visitors seeking flora and fauna or savvy Orlando travelers seeking an off-the-beaten-path vacation experience won’t be disappointed when they discover the Winter Park Scenic Boat Tour. Located on Lake Osceola in the quiet suburb less than 10 minutes from downtown Orlando, the boat tour offers hour-long, guided cruises through three of the seven lakes and two, narrow manmade canals on the tranquil Winter Park chain. On any given tour, participants may observe large cranes swooping waterside to snag a large fish or a lazy alligator languishing on a nearby bank. An occasional water skier or racing shell full of crew members from the area's private liberal arts college, Rollins, are also enjoyable sideshows for tour goers. Every tour, however, guarantees plenty of swaying palms, towering cypress trees, lush ferns and a variety of flourishing sub-tropical flowers. Breathtaking views of opulent private homes and exquisite estates sprawling along the shores are also a key feature of the scenic cruise. The dock, less than 5 minutes from Park Avenue, Central Floridas popular, upscale shopping district, is conveniently located on the East end of Morse Boulevard on Lake Osceola. The Scenic Boat Tour offers a fleet of six 18 passenger pontoon boats. Admission is $14.00 for adults and $7.00 for children, taxes incl. (ages 2 through 11) Children under 2 are free. Cash or Check Only! Operating hours are 10am to 4pm daily except Christmas.
Founded in 1961, the Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens holds an art collection focusing primarily on American representational sculpture, with over 200 works by Czech-born American sculptor Albin Polasek. The museum offers guided tours of the historic Polasek residence and chapel, an outdoor sculpture garden and a gift shop. The museum is the retirement home of 2004 Florida Artists Hall of Fame inductee Albin Polasek, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is one of only 30 members of the National Trust’s Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios.Born in the province of Moravia (now Czech Republic), Albin Polasek immigrated to this country as a young woodcarver in 1901. He later attended the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia and the American Academy of Art in Rome. During his influential artistic and educational career, Polasek won many awards for his works and was commissioned to create numerous public sculptures now found throughout Europe and America. Polasek dedicated his life to encouraging the study, appreciation and furtherance of representational art.“I am like a piece of rock which has been broken off of the Carpathian Mountains in the heart of Czechoslovakia. Later this crude stone was transported to the Land of the Free: the United States of America. This block of stone was myself. Through the opportunities that this country gave me, I started to carve out my destiny, to free myself from the rock so that I might be useful. No one knows the deep gratitude I feel for all that I have received. So if, as an immigrant, I have been able to contribute to some small part of American life, I know that I owe it to the opportunities this country has afforded me.”Albin Polasek retired to Winter Park, Florida in 1949 after nearly thirty years as the head of the Department of Sculpture at the Art Institute of Chicago. In 1961, the Albin Polasek Foundation was formed at the sculptor’s request, and his gallery was opened to the public as a museum. In addition, the Foundation has contributed to the culture of Winter Park and Central Florida in many ways since then. Contributions include the donation of sculptures Forest Idyl and the Emily fountain to the City of Winter Park, the long-term loan of Man Carving His Own Destiny to the Winter Park Public Library, art scholarships to the University of Central Florida, Rollins College, Crealde School of Art, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Brown University and the Art Institute of Chicago. A sister-city relationship between the City of Winter Park and Polasek’s hometown of Frenstat, Moravia, was established in 1996.Beginning in 1998, the museum’s trustees renewed their commitment to actively promote Albin Polasek’s legacy based on a coordinated, long-range improvement plan. In 2008 the museum was re-roofed and re-painted with privately generated funds. This ongoing plan focuses on renovating and expanding the museum, increasing public awareness of the museum and developing cultural and educational programs. As a result of these efforts the museum was added to the National Register of Historic Places. Albin Polasek was awarded the honor of Great Floridian 2000 and was inducted into the Florida Artists Hall of Fame in 2004. In 2008 the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens was added to the National Trust’s ‘Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios’ – an exclusive group with only 30 member organizations throughout the country, including the homes and studios of sculptors Daniel Chester French and Augustus Saint-Gaudens.
This 5.22-acre public garden is located on the shore of Lake Maitland and is open all year from 8 a.m. until dusk. Lakefront, secluded and unique, Kraft Azalea is Winter Park’s secret garden! This beautiful park is shaded by enormous cypress trees that add to the old Florida charm of the 13-acre property. The Exedra is close to Lake Maitland and is ideal for those sunset wedding ceremonies. Reserve this park for your private wedding with up to 20 guests.
This 248-acre Orange County park is built around one of the Apopka area’s crystal clear springs. As its name suggests, Rock Springs bubbles up from a cleft in a rock outcropping and, instead of spreading out into a pool, becomes a swiftly running stream that quickly slows to a meander. The activity of choice here, and the major reason for the park’s obvious popularity, is riding down the stream in an inner tube or on a float.Visit Kelly Park Rock Springs
Most people might not realize that in the 750 acres of pine forest just between Epcot and Magic Kingdom hides Disney's Fort Wilderness, one of the most awesome RV parks in America! Remember how much fun you had going to camp? Well, Fort Wilderness is basically that… but better. There’s arts and crafts for the kids all day long, well-stocked fishing holes, movies under the stars, campfire singalongs, and even fireworks every single night. But this place has one thing that your camp didn’t: wilderness tours…on an all-terrain segway. You can hop on one of these futuristic vehicles and buzz through the woods on a two hour guided tour of the Wilderness lodge, the Tri-Circle-D ranch, and Bay Lake, where you’ll hear trivia about the park and get up close to the local wildlife. It’s kind of like having Robocop as your camp counselor. But, you know, friendlier. The best part about Fort Wilderness, though? When you’ve filled up on s’mores and told your last ghost story by the campfire, all you’ve gotta do is hop on a boat and you’re headed just across the lake to the Magic Kingdom! The Cabins at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort provide an idyllic setting for a family vacation. Nestled on 750 wooded acres of lush pine and cypress trees, the cabins provide all the comforts of home wrapped in a rustic, American Frontier theme. Time seems to slow down while you wander the quiet trails, and roaming ducks, deer and rabbits add to the sense that you are far away from the bustle of modern civilization. Location This Resort is located within the Magic Kingdom Area. Guests may also take advantage of the shuttle bus service to the famous Walt Disney World Theme Parks and Downtown Disney Area. Rooms The comfortable accommodation units all come with an ensuite bathroom with bathtub, shower and hairdryer. Further equipment includes a direct dial telephone, satellite/cable TV, an Internet connection, an in-room wall safe and a radio. Each of the spacious cabins offers a fully equipped kitchen, a terrace and air conditioning and heating are both individually controlled. The bedroom has a full bed and a bunk bed, and the living area has a pull-down bed. Sport You'll find lots to do within the Resort's spacious grounds. Seasonally, be sure to catch Mickey's Backyard BBQ Character Dining at the Fort Wilderness Pavilion. Explore the \backcountry\ aboard a Segway personal transporter or stroll over to the Tri-Circle-D Ranch for carriage, wagon or horseback rides, or for younger Guests, pony rides. Nearby are Trail's End Restaurant and Crockett's Tavern and the very popular Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue dinner show. For fun on the water, the marina at Bay Lake rents SeaRaycers, pontoon boats and other watercraft, and offers catch-and-release fishing expeditions. Meadow Recreation Area's outdoor theater is home to the nightly Chip 'n' Dale \Sing-a-Long\ and marshmallow roast, followed by a screening of a classic Disney movie. Other diversions abound as well: trails, tennis, volleyball, swimming, horseshoes, shuffleboard and archery you can even rent bicycles at the Bike Barn. Grab essentials at the Resort's trading posts or a bite to eat at the deli. Meals Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served. Payment American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard and VISA are accepted as methods of payment. Notes Disney's Magical Express offer free airport shuttle (Orlando International Airport), luggage delivery and airline check-in (for most airlines) for guests staying at a Disney resort. These must be arranged in advance. To book please follow these simple instructions: once you have a confirmation number from us and your flight number/arrival time go to one of these websites to make a booking: For guests arriving from anywhere outside the US, UK, or Canada: www.disneysmagicalexpress.com/international. For guests arriving from within the US: www.disneysmagicalexpress.com/us. For guests arriving from Canada: www.disneysmagicalexpress.com/ca. For guests arriving from the UK: www.disneymagicalexpress.com/uk.Visit Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground
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