The city of Maitland, located next to upscale Winter Park, offers some beautiful parks and a small but interesting cultural center.
The Audubon Center for Birds of Prey offers visitors a chance to get a close look at birds of prey. Tours are self-guided, but the volunteers who work there are happy to share their knowledge about these amazing birds. Learn … Read More
Not your typical AMC or Regal Cinema, the Enzian is known for screening indie and foreign films and cult classics. It is also home to the Florida Film Festival. The seating in the Enzian is around tables or on couches, … Read More
The Historic Waterhouse Residence was built in 1884 by William H. Waterhouse as a home for his family. The house and furnishings reflect middle-class life during the late Victorian period. Tours are guided by a docent, so you may have … Read More
This educational facility tells the history of the Jewish people during the time surrounding World War II. The story is told through film, art exhibits, and other media. The purpose of the facility is to inspire people to be compassionate … Read More
The Maitland Art Center is one of the few surviving examples of Mayan Revival, or fantasy architecture, in the Southeast. It was founded as an art colony in 1937 and was designed as a place for people to live and … Read More
The Maitland Historical Museum features a collection of antique maps of Florida and the United States, some paintings and a few artifacts related to the history of Maitland from its founding to today. The entrance to the Telephone Museum is … Read More
The Telephone Museum features a collection of telephones, machines, and equipment related to the history of communication. A working switchboard is set up as a hands-on exhibit so visitors can experience how operators manually answered and connected calls. Several rotary … Read More