Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture


Orlando North, Seminole County has the kind of quaint, real-Florida culture that complements our many natural wonders.

Whether it’s the lovely, walkable historic districts of Sanford and Longwood, an array of intimate museums and galleries, our abundance of free public art, or live shows at Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center. Seminole County offers the kind of genuine, down-to-earth arts and culture that fits our unhurried, uncrowded vibe. And if you’re looking for even more experiences, there’s a plethora of arts institutions in Orlando and other nearby cities.

Indoors or outdoors, arts and culture are all around you in Orlando North. You’ll discover charming history museums, unique galleries, outdoor sculptures, art walks and more. Enjoy our offerings knowing that you’ll avoid steep admission prices and long lines — and visiting them won’t take all day.

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American Bronze Foundry, Inc.

American Bronze Foundry produces museum quality castings and specializes in fine art bronze sculpture castings at it’s state of the art facility which is the largest of it’s kind in the Southeast. The Gallery is open to the general public.

1650 E Lake Mary Blvd
Sanford, Florida 32773-7130
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7 Reviews

Artistic Hand Inc

353 N Central Ave
Oviedo, Florida 32765-6307

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34 Reviews

Bradley-McIntyre House

130 W Warren Ave
Longwood, Florida 32750-4133

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3 Reviews

Enterprise Heritage Center and Museum

The Enterprise Heritage Center and Museum collects and showcases the history of Enterprise, Florida. Enterprise is a community established in 1841 by Cornelius Taylor, and was the County seat of Central Florida three different times. Jacob Brock in the mid to late 1800’s built a hotel, and with his steamboat line brought travelers from around the world to Enterprise. Presentations and Exhibits..

360 Main Street
Enterprise, Florida 32725
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7 Reviews

Gallery On First

211 E 1st St
Sanford, Florida 32771-1376

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23 Reviews

Goldsboro Museum

1211 Historic Goldsboro Blvd Fl 32771
Sanford, Florida 32771-2703

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0 Reviews
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