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Visit the Rollins Museum of Art, located on this historic Rollins College Campus. Here you will find Selections from a collection that includes more than 5,000 works of art spanning hundreds of years, including European Old Masters and modern and contemporary American art.
Take a tour of Hannibal Square Heritage Center. The Hannibal Square Heritage Center pays tribute to its community through a permanent collection of photographs and documented oral histories. Everyday people took the photographs, which are accompanied by simple narratives told in the words of the community members.
The most popular hot spot in 1929 was the South Street Casino, which drew famous performers from all areas of the country. Now transformed into the Wells' Built Museum of African-American History, here you will find artifacts and information on how Orlando's first African-American communities survived and thrived.
If you are in town in January or February, you need to visit Eatonville for the Zora! Festival, also known as the Zora Neale Hurston Festival of the Arts and Humanities. Eatonville is a historic town - one of the first self-governing, all-black communities in the U.S. - honoring Zora Neale Hurston for all her accomplishments.
Enjoy a culturally inspired dinner at Universal CityWalk, Bob Marley's Tribute to Freedom, which will give you a true island feeling with the authentic Caribbean food and live reggae performances nightly.
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