According to Newsweek, this piece of 1950s architecture serves as one of the best art museums in the South. Founded in 1924, ... More
Orlando Museum of Art
According to Newsweek, this piece of 1950s architecture serves as one of the best art museums in the South. Founded in 1924, the museum now consists of three permanent exhibits - the American Collection, housing nearly 900 paintings, prints, photographs and sculptures from the 19th century onward; the Art of Ancient Americans Collection, boasting 500 artifacts of jade, gold and clay from Mexican, Costa Rican and Peruvian cultures; and an African collection of more than 70 artifacts, including masks, from various West African countries. OMA also hosts rotating exhibits. Residents of Orange, Seminole, Lake and Osceola counties receive free admission.
This lovely 50 acre botanical garden situated on Lake Rowena offers visitors a chance to escape into Old Florida. Wander
miles of paved paths through forests of giant camphors, oaks and palms. The formal Rose Garden is the largest ...
Aquatica is a whimsical, one of a kind waterpark that's only in Orlando and could only come from SeaWorld. There
is one river where guests float through an undersea world of colorful fish and another that races into rolling ...
Dubsdread is a short, fairly easy public track. It's a good walking course at a bargain price. It is narrow,
and there is some water. The greens are sloping and elevated. Two of the par 5s are very short, ...
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