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Artsy Orlando

Featured Guide

Whether you finish a trip with a suitcase full of sketches or just feel at home gazing into brush strokes, Orlando’s art scene may surprise you. There are many great spots to catch some canvas, and a wide variety of styles to explore.

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    I have been to full waterparks that are not as cool as the pool at Hilton Bonnet Creek. It was absolutely utopian – waterslides, bridges, fountains, hot tubs, a movie screen, and a... more
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    The building is painted in Piet Mondrian squares, you cannot miss it and you won’t want to. If you are a diehard artist with every hue of paint in existence, I guarantee you will find a... more
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    The chips. You cannot talk about Dexter’s without talking about their homemade potato chips. Sweet potato or original, cut to melt-in-your-mouth thinness, crisped, salted,... more
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    “Some stuff is just better the second time around.” Their slogan says it all. Red Rhino Revamp is a brand new shop in Downtown Orlando. It is a really cool little operation, as they... more
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    The Four Points is a sleek circular tower right in the heart of the city. It features unique rounded rooms where every view is panoramic and no two are alike. You can enjoy a brand new... more
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    Tantalizing aromas and sundry colors welcome you in like an old friend, and warm smiles greet you from every corner. In Winter Park’s award-winning Tibby’s New Orleans Kitchen,... more
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    Maybe I was just a classy kid, but even from a young age I loved visiting the Albin Polasek collection. This historic site is situated in the loveliest corner of Winter Park,... more
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    8 Eo Inn
    Located in too-cool-for-school Thornton Park, EO Inn & Spa is a little bed & breakfast in a building that dates back to the 1920s. The walls hold a rich history, having been... more
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    Skip the ordeal of visiting the big museums and come see some local hubs. Jeanine Taylor Folk Art is located in the heart of historic Sanford, which was recently rated the best... more
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    Visit Radiator Springs, race around shiny life-size Cars, and stay in your very own Cozy Cone. Even if you are not familiar with the Disney Pixar movies, this new resort is... more
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    How do you press and cut a sandwich so crisply that it doesn’t fall apart while you are eating it? There are many great mysteries like this at Pom Pom’s Teahouse & Sandwicheria.... more
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    If I had to pick one place you must see in Orlando, Boom Art would rival Disney World. This wild little studio is a local tradition, and it’s a magical place – like you tornadoed in from... more
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    Can I keep it? I felt like I was going to drag the Grand Bohemian home with me and promise to feed it and take care of it. This hotel towers above the skyline in a prime location in... more
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    Proclaimed as “Food for the Starving Artist,” Café Tu Tu Tango is fifty percent art gallery, fifty percent hors d’oeuvres, and one hundred percent fun. The building is modeled... more
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    If you’ve ever stopped to gaze at the tagged side of a train or a vandalised wall, Graffiti Junktion is just your cup of tea. The restaurant is scribbled and splattered in layer upon... more