Winter Park

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Albin Polasek Museum And Sculpture Gardens

In 1961, the Albin Polasek Foundation was founded by the sculptor and his wife, and at that time, the Residence, Galleries, Chapel and Gardens were opened to the public as a museum. Because it was originally intended as a simple residence, the property is different from the standard Florida estate. The residence is not lavish, as Polasek had a deep appreciation for an uncomplicated aesthetic. Similarly, the gardens are quiet and subdued, utilizing gardening art in classic form.

Permanent Collection

The Art of Bohemia: Czech Glass
9/1/06 – 10/29/06

Relative Fantasy
9/1/06 – 10/29/06

Wind Sculpture II: Outdoor Art that Whirls & Twirls
9/1/06 – 10/29/06

Zelda by Herself: The Art of Zelda Fitzgerald

Drawn to Nature: Works by Redenta Soprano
11/7/06 - 12/25/07

Built for Success: Architectural Drawings
1/9/07 – 3/4/07

Walter Arnold's Gargoyles & Grotesques
1/16/07 - 2/25/07

The American Scene: Sunday Paintings
1/16/07 - 3/4/07

Art at the Movies: Unforgettable Images by Bob Peak
3/6/07 - 5/20/07

Decorated Eggs of Europe and America
3/13/07 - 4/15/07

Third Annual Art in Bloom: Three-Day Indoor Flower Show
4/13/07 - 4/15/07

An Elegant Gathering of Art & Ideas
5/1/07 - 6/30/07

The Human Figure: Celebrating the Nude
5/29/07 - 6/30/07


$5.00 adults
$4.00 seniors
$3.00 students
Members and children younger than 12 are free
On site FREE parking

Opening hours

Gallery and Gardens Open:
September 1 thru June 30
Tuesday-Saturday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Sunday 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Getting there

Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
633 Osceola Avenue
Winter Park, Florida 32789

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The Polasek offers a variety of group tour options with advanced reservations.

Group Reservations, Garden Tours, Custom Tours,
Special Needs, Educational or School Groups,
please contact our Group Division.


The Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens is available for school group tours on Wednesdays and Thursdays at either 9:30 am or 12 noon.

The Museum can accommodate up to twenty students in grades Pre-K-6, fifteen students grades 7-12, or twenty college students in a one-hour time slot. Larger school groups can occasionally be accommodated. To schedule a group tour, receive information about an exhibition, or inquire about educational programs at the Museum, call 407.647.6294. Cost: $3 per student; teachers and a limited number of chaperones are free. Art activities are $1 additional per student. Please schedule your tour at least three weeks in advance.