Growing Up Wildcat: Winter Park High School Through the Years
The Winter Park Historical Museum is located at 200 W. New England Avenue
(at the Winter Park Farmers Market) and admission is free.
Tuesday – Friday: 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Closed Sunday and Monday
Previous museum exhibits include:
A Sound Legacy: Celebrating 75 years of the Bach Festival Society
History of the Bach Festival Society, its music and people.
50th celebration of the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival
An in-depth look at the art festival over the past 50 years
From Kin to Kant – The Culture of Turpentine
The culture and history of the turpentine industry in Florida
The Colony Theatre
A hands-on view of the old movie theatre located on Park Avenue
Miss Lamson’s Front Porch
The advent of the Winter Park Public Library and the literary community in Winter Park
Footpaths to Flightpaths
Transportation in Winter Park from Native American trails to astronaut’s contrails.
Hannibal Square Portable Display
A portable display which features the history and people of Winter Park’s
Westside African-American neighborhood
Gardens of Winter Park
Winter Park Historical Association partnered with the Polasek Museum and Sculpture
Gardens and the Winter Park Garden Club to showcase public and private gardens of