Winter Park is a warm and sunny city you can visit in Orange County, Florida, United States of America. In our time, Winter Park has approximately 24,000 residents, living on an area of 8.7 square miles, of which 1.3 square miles consist of water. Winter Park was initially settled to function as a luxurious resort and it was a planned community.
Many of the buildings of the city have more than 100 years and are appreciated for their beauty. Notable locals of Winter Park include actor Casey Affleck, actress Summer Phoenix, singer Michael Barimo, politician Paula Hawkins, golfer Matt Kuchar and artist George Weigel. If you plan visiting Winter Park, do not miss several of its most important attractions.
Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art was founded in 1942. Jeannette Genius McKean named it in honor of her grandfather. She was a fan of Tiffany art, this is why the museum has the largest collection of Louis Comfort Tiffany works of art.
Rober Bruce Barbour House is a beautiful restored farmhouse you can see in Winter Park. It was designed by architect James Gamble Rogers III and is located in a beautiful area of Winter Park. The attraction is also named Caza Feliz, meaning "Happy House" in Spanish.
Albin Polasek House and Studio, also known as Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Garden or The Polasek is a historical site that you can admire at 633 Osceola Avenue, in Winter Park. It includes a museum with the artist's works, galleries, beautiful gardens and many more.
Mellow Mushroom sells happiness in form of a pizza. This pizza parlor opened in 1974 as the property of three college students that wanted to share with others their fondness for pizza and their eccentric philosophies, at the same time. The parlor is unique in Winter Park and offers the most delicious pizza in town.