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History Comes Alive! The Winter Park Walking Tour + Boat Tour

 
Detail Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
History Comes Alive! The Winter Park Walking Tour + Boat Tour Schedule Schedule
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The Walking Tour + Boat Tour of Winter Park takes you through its colourful streets. People will learn about the history and culture of the city through stories and activities. People walk and sail on city waterways. This trip lets you know about the past, present, and future of Central Florida while taking in its natural beauty.

The trip starts in the historic district at the Winter Park Historical Museum on Park Avenue. Walk down Park Avenue, past Central Park, and you'll get to the golf course in the city.

Your guide will show you the best parts of the city as well as the hidden gems. Take a boat ride after you've seen the city. You can sail through the Winter Park Chain of Lakes from Winter Park Marina. There are views of the Stone Bridge, the Cathedral of St. Luke the Evangelist, and the lake.

Tours on foot take two hours, while boat rides only take an hour. Shoes and clothes that are right for the weather. Tours need snacks and drinks. There are restaurants and cafes nearby. Guides may propose local attractions.

Rollins College, the oldest Florida college, hosts the trip. Visitors learn how the city has changed over time. The highlights of the tour are the Alfond Inn, one of the oldest inns in the area, and the Hannibal Square Heritage Center, which shows the African-American history of the site.

The trip goes to the well-known chain of lakes in Winter Park. The seven lakes and canals can be seen on boat trips. People like to go to the Kraft Azalea Garden, the oldest park.

The tour includes a nice boat ride and information about the area's history and culture. The walking tour lets people see downtown, learn about the city's history, and look at its buildings. The boat tour goes to the beautiful places and animals around Lake Virginia.

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