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Winter Park History Museum
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200 West New England Avenue
Winter Park, FL
United States
www.wphistory.org/

Current Exhibit

Winter Park: The War Years 1941-1945
Homefront Life in an American Small Town

Our current exhibit examines the home front perspective of life in Winter Park during World War II as well as the soldier’s life told through photos, oral histories, film, letters and war artifacts.

This exhibit will be up through Spring 2018. Feel free to come by and explore our replica 1940’s kitchen and living room that entwines those who were serving in the military with the lives of their loved ones who waited at home for their return.

Winter Park Farmers
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200 West New England Avenue
Winter Park, FL
United States
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The Winter Park Farmers’ Market is held at the old train depot, located at 200 West New England Avenue, that has been restored into an historical landmark that hosts this NUMBER ONE produce and plant market in Central Florida. The market takes place every Saturday morning from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. and is a popular community gathering place that provides fine produce, plants, baked goods and so much more.

It might be fun to visit the Farmers' Market after Saturday morning's Prayer Breakfast.  You may even see people that you know from the past!
Scenic Boat Tour
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312 East Morse Boulevard
Winter Park, FL
United States

Contact:
407-647-7277
www.scenicboattours.com/
The Morse Museum
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445 North Park Avenue
Winter Park, FL
United States

Contact:
407-645-5311
www.morsemuseum.org/
The Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
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633 Osceola Avenue
Winter Park, FL
United States

Contact:
407-647-6294
www.polasek.org