The Memoir Agency and Creative City Project are returning to the Harry P. Leu Gardens in Orlando for their newest collaboration: “Dragons & Fairies,” which will run January 28 through March 6, 2022.
Bringing holiday cheer to Orlando, Creative City’s “Dazzling Nights” returns to the Harry P. Leu Gardens November 19 – January 9, 2022.
The City of Orlando Public Art Program is now hosting a solo exhibit of award-winning Florida artist Francine Levy through October 28, 2021 at the Garden House Gallery at Harry P. Leu Gardens.
As if you need a special reason to visit the beautiful Harry P. Leu Gardens in Orlando, the popular Fairy Doors have returned to delight all ages for a fourth year.
This exhibit features twenty, one-of-a-kind, whimsical fairy doors which will inspire an imaginative world of enchanted forests, secret gardens and the magic of fairies.
Bringing some holiday cheer to Orlando, Dazzling Nights will turn Harry P. Leu Gardens into a magical wonderland December 1 – January 3, 2021.
As if you need a reason to visit Harry P. Leu Gardens, the Enchanted Fairy Doors have returned to delight all ages.
Sunshine, sandy beaches, and temps in the 80s don’t invoke Christmas, but Orlando has a lot of ways to get into the holiday spirit. From theme parks to resort spectaculars to winter carnivals, Central Florida has plenty of ways to enjoy the holidays.
Here are our picks for the ten best ways to celebrate Christmas week in Central Florida:
A day at Harry P. Leu Gardens in Orlando is worth the price of admission, but admission is free the first Monday of every month.
Bring the kids, too, because first Mondays are also Story Time at Leu Gardens, hosted by the Orange County Library System. Infant time (up to 18 months) is from 10am to 10:15am, Toddler Time (18 Months to 2 year olds) is from 10:20am to 10:35am, and Preschooler Time (3 to 5 year olds) is from 10:40am to 11am.
For more information, visit leugardens.org.
Enjoy live blues and jazz under the starry sky as three locations in the 50-acre garden will feature The Honeyslides, Mud Rooster, and Dave Capp Project.
Guests are encouraged to bring chairs/blankets for seating, and are welcome to bring food and drink (alcohol is permitted).
Advance tickets are $17 (plus tax) for general admission and $12 (plus tax) for Garden Members. Day of tickets will be $22 (plus tax) for everyone.
Purchase advance tickets at Leu Gardens’ Gift Shop every day from 9am – 4:30pm or by phone 407.246.2620. Advance sales stop at 5pm on April 12.
Free offsite parking and shuttles are available at Blue Jacket Park off General Rees from 6pm until 10:30pm. For more information, visit LeuGardens.org.
One of the nicest areas to visit in Orlando is Harry P. Leu Gardens, just north of downtown. But did you know this gem is turning 50 this year?
Well, it is and to celebrate, Mayor Buddy Dyer and city commissioners will hold a tree planting and dedication on Monday, November 7, at 10am.
Free tree seedlings will be handed out after the ceremony by the staff, who will also be on hand to answer your gardening questions.
Best of all, the event is free for all to attend. Normally admission is $7 for adults and $2 for children 17 and under.
If you’ve never been here, the gardens are a wonderful place to spend the day, or at least a long afternoon. It’s laid out over 50 acres and features paved scenic walkways that take you past the largest formal rose garden in Florida, a 2-acre tropical stream garden, a butterfly garden and more.
Harry P. Leu Gardens are located at 1920 North Forest Avenue. Hours are 9am-5pm daily except they are closed Christmas Day.