Orlando Arts & Entertainment
Rosen Hotels & Resorts is a proud supporter of the arts in Orlando.
That’s why we’ve partnered with United Arts of Central Florida to help you explore our city’s cultural scene. United Arts provides grants and marketing services to local artists and arts organizations. The nonprofit also publishes a bimonthly magazine, Orlando Arts.
The magazine is free to read on their website. It’s full of great tips for finding Orlando arts hotspots.
Art and Culture in Orlando Florida
Enjoy the arts at one of these inspiring Orlando venues.
Theaters in Orlando FL
These performing arts organizations have mastered the art of entertainment:
Visit the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts for Broadway shows and famous comedians and musicians.
Orlando Repertory Theatre specializes in theatre and fun activities for young audiences.
Renaissance Theatre Company’s talented team hosts original plays and dance productions.
Orlando Shakes performs Shakespearean classics, musicals, and contemporary stage plays.
The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra plays everything from classical compositions to Broadway favorites.
Orlando Ballet is a professional dance company that has wowed audiences since 1974.
Opera Orlando puts on stunning vocal performances for opera fans of all ages.
Winter Garden’s Garden Theatre hosts everything from Broadway musicals to film screenings.
Orlando Visual Arts
There are great museums, galleries, and art exhibits in Orlando. See why Orlando is called the “City Beautiful” at these dazzling attractions:
The Orlando Museum of Art (OMA) is a must-do for art lovers. OMA has a big permanent collection of art from around the world, plus exciting seasonal exhibits.
Visit the Mennello Museum of American Art for fascinating folk art. Be sure to check out the free sculpture garden outside the museum.
The Orange County Regional History Center is a downtown art and culture center. Learn about the culture of Florida through exhibits on everything from African American art to NASA.
City Arts Orlando sits in one of the oldest buildings in Orlando. It’s known for jam-packed galleries and its annual Art After Dark Orlando party.
Looking for artistic things to do in Orlando? We have one more recommendation: Jack’s Place at Rosen Plaza.
The restaurant’s walls are adorned with caricatures by Harris Rosen’s father, Jack Rosen. He drew them when he worked at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City.
Harris Rosen and Rosen Hotels & Resorts continue to support the Orlando arts scene today. Our work has included: