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Rollins College Florida

Since 1885, Florida's oldest post-secondary institution, located in Winter Park, has been independent, nonsectarian, and coeducational.

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Leu Gardens

Beautiful gardens, meandering paths on a beautiful serene lake, Leu Gardens offers monthly events and free admission on the first Monday of the month.

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Top Movie Theaters in Orlando

Favorite movie theaters, discounted movies, quality sound systems - what are you looking for in a movie theater? If you are in the Orlando area, near the theme parks or in International Drive, find the top movie theaters.

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Annie Russell Theatre

Theater at Rollins College in Winter Park, the Annie Russell Theatre has been entertaining Orlando area theatre lovers for over 80 years.

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Orlando Fringe

Held in May the Orlando Fringe is the country's largest and oldest Fringe Festival. International acts come to Orlando for this 14 day event at Loch Haven Park.

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The Abbey Orlando

Enjoy music, entertainment and shows one of Orlando's favorite performing arts venues located in Downtown Orlando on S. Eola Drive.

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Orlando Playgrounds and Parks

Are you looking for a park in the Orlando area? For an inexpensive and fun family outing head on over to an Orlando playground and public park.

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Lake Eola Park

A visit to Orlando isn't complete without a visit to the iconic Lake Eola Fountain. Enjoy annual festivals and weekly Sunday Market at Lake Eola Park.

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Orlando Broadway Series History

Orlando Broadway Series: In 2013, The Florida Theatrical Association celebrated 25 years of Broadway with the Broadway Across America – Orlando Series. The first 26 seasons were performed at the Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre on Livingston Street in Downtown ...

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Garden Theatre – Winter Garden

A hidden gem in historic Downtown Winter Garden, the Garden Theatre offers plays, shows, concerts and movies in the renovated 1935 structure.

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