Welcome to Park Avenue!
The centerpiece of a lavish winter retreat since 1887, Park Avenue has long been the place for a relaxing stroll in elegant surroundings. We invite you to experience a unique destination for fine dining, fashion, and art in one of Florida’s most unique and flourishing communities.
With over 100 Shops, Boutiques & Specialty Stores Park Avenue stands out as one of Florida’s premier shopping districts. From rare finds like Earth Inspired Living and The Ancient Olive to the elegant boutiques by Lilly Pulitzer and Peter Millar, Park Avenue is the perfect blend of charm, sophistication and ease.
From Cocina 214, a newcomer that has taken top awards since opening on Cinco de Mayo in 2011 to Park Plaza Gardens, a perennial favorite of critics and diners, Park Avenue is home to over 40 award-winning restaurants, cafes and wine bars.
From the world renowned Tiffany collection of the Morse Museum of American Art on the North end to the fine collection of the Cornell Museum on the campus of Rollins College on the South, Park Avenue is surrounded by fine art and history.
How to Get Here
Orlando International Airport
Orlando International Airport (MCO) located in Orlando is the largest commercial airport in the area and an easy drive from Winter Park. The airport has flights daily from all over the world.
Directions From Orlando International Airport(MCO)
Orlando Executive Airport
Orlando Executive Airport serves corporate travelers. It is a short 5 minute drive from Winter Park and offers door-to-door service.
From Orlando Executive Airport
Sanford Orlando International Airport
Sanford Orlando International Airport is located about 15 miles north of Park Avenue. Sanford Orlando International Site
From Orlando Sanford International Airport
The Amtrak station is located one block from Park Avenue and offers trips from Miami, Tampa, Jacksonville with stops all along the East coast to New York and Beyond. Amtrak Map
Sunrail (Coming 2014)
The 31-mile first phase of SunRail will serve 12 stations, linking DeBary to Orlando with, of course, as stop along Park Avenue. Phase II will serve 5 additional stations, north to DeLand and south to Poinciana. Sunrail Site