Exploring Downtown Winter Garden in 360 views
wow! What’s up, Winter Garden… what a beautiful hidden gem we found recently!
Allow us to show you the vistas from a 360 snapshot views of this wonderful spot.
Doesn’t it 360 views look different from typical 2D photos?
Downtown Winter Garden is worth a visit if you’re seeking a charming and unique suburban community in Florida.
It is located distant from more densely populated areas, and its downtown core provides a pleasant contrast to neighboring districts.
You’ll find plenty of small businesses, cultural attractions, and parks to enjoy here.
Plus, it’s an easy commute to Orlando or other destinations in Central Florida.
So if you’re seeking something new and off the beaten path, Winter Garden is worth considering.
Now, Downtown Winter Garden is a historic western Orange County suburb in the heart of the orange country.
Once known for its orange groves and train station, this thriving community has become popular with fitness enthusiasts thanks to its favorite running trail, the WestOrange Trail, as well as foodies who frequent Plant Street.
Downtown lined with quaint shops or sit in a cafe and enjoy a great afternoon! There is so much to do, from outdoor activities like hiking trails along picturesque views; Bike routes through residential streets where you can see joggers jogging alongside people.
Winter Garden is a charming town with beautiful scenery, and it’s no wonder that so many people love to visit.
Hubba-hubba! what’s up Downtown Winter Garden… what a nice hidden gem we found today! If you’re looking for a charming and different suburban community in Florida, Winter Garden is worth a look. It’s set away from the more heavily developed areas, and its downtown district offers a delightful contrast to other places.
Winter Garden Heritage Museum
Right on the corner of Plant St., you can see a fire truck with a beautiful red that looks like it’s from the 50s. A series of artifacts such as tractors from the time, even agricultural trucks or who knows what, adorn the street. Thanks to these museums we can find out more about “stuff” that was used for agricultural purposes in the 19th century.
The Winter Garden Heritage Museum is located in the 1918 Atlantic Coast Line train depot in downtown Winter Garden. The museum focuses on the history and culture of the area, with exhibits including local citrus labels, Native American artifacts, railroad memorabilia, and historic photographs.
The museum chronicles the history of the two main railroads that ran through Winter Garden, the Tavares and Gulf Rail Company and The Atlantic Coast Line.
Everything is picturesque in this mini-city.
And all thanks to this foundation that resisted changes without denying the progress of the new times.
Winter Garden hosts architectural structures that are no longer as common in Florida.
Planning a visit to charming Winter Garden, Florida?
Then, be sure to check out Plant Street while you’re here!
This bustling street is home to a variety of restaurants, cafes, and boutiques that are perfect for enjoying an afternoon or evening out.
Whether you’re looking for a romantic date spot or a place to take the family, Plant Street has something for everyone. Here are our top picks for where to eat on Plant St. in Winter Garden!
Where to eat on Plant St?
Moreover and speaking of food, the Edgewater Hotel has three fantastic restaurants — Thai Blossom (serving lunch and dinner), The Tasting Room (serving lunch and dinner), and their signature fine dining restaurant called The Chef’s Table (open for dinner only).
CHEF’S TABLE AT THE EDGEWATER (Downtown Winter Garden)
99 West Plant Street, Winter Garden
The Chef’s Table is one of my favorite restaurants and worth the drive from almost anywhere in Central Florida. It’s quaint, intimate, and 5-star gourmet dining. It’s consistently rated one of America’s Top Restaurants,
SCOOPS OLD-FASHIONED ICE CREAM STORE (Downtown Winter Garden)
99 W Plant St, Winter Garden
Nostalgic ice cream parlor serves cones, floats, and other favorites in quaint surroundings. The good old-fashioned treats coupled with the retro vibe are perfectly fitting for downtown’s small-town charm.
The Whole Enchilada Fresh Mexican Grill & Bar
Market To Table (Downtown Winter Garden)
Probably the most well-stocked and exotic bar I have been to in quite a while. Custom Scratch Soda was refreshing and tasty. Solid selection of local craft beer and the menu is diverse and reasonably priced. A must-visit.
Winter Garden Pizza Company
Located in the heart of Historic Downtown Winter Garden on the West Orange Trail, they are a full-service Italian Restaurant. Their New York Style Pizza has won multiple reader awards in Central Florida. Stop in and experience genuine hospitality and quality food.
MoonCricket Grille (Downtown Winter Garden)
The interior was designed to capture the feeling of a 1920s environment, and furnished with eclectic assortments of relics and curiosity items many from the owner’s collection. MoonCricket has been voted one of Orlando’s “Best Beer Selections” by “Orlando Magazine” three times, and “Best Restaurant in Winter Garden in “Orlando Magazine’s” Best of 2018 edition.
If you’re looking for a charming spot to eat , look no further than Plant St. Downtown Winter Garden
Maps to downtown Winter Garden.