Things To Do

On the Rollins College Campus View of Cornell Campus Center from lake on Rollins College campus

Campus Map - Please note that Reeves Lodge is not identified on the map. It is located just down the breezeway from the Alumni House and the Faculty Club.

Swimming Pool - Located in back of the Cornell Student Center, the Olympic-sized pool faces lovely Lake Virginia. Summer hours to be announced.

Tennis Courts - Located in front of Ward Hall. Bring your own tennis equipment. Courts are lighted and open 24/7.

Alfond Sports Center - Gym and workout facilities. Summer hours to be announced.

Olin Library - Computers, meeting rooms, and WiFi accessibility (WiFi also available throughout campus.) Summer hours to be announced.

Cornell Fine Arts Museum - Summer hours to be announced.

 

Around Winter Park and Orlando

Charles Hosmer Morse Museum - Features permanent Tiffany exhibits. Walking distance from Rollins College. Due to recent renovations, admission is free until July 4!

Winter Park Scenic Boat Tour - Walking distance from Rollins College.

The Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens - Walking distance from Rollins College.

Winter Park Historical - Association Walking distance from Rollins College.

Saturday Farmer's Market, Winter Park - Walking distance from Rollins College.

Eatonville, FL - The first incorporated African-American community in the nation and home of author Zora Neale Hurston.

 

Harry P. Leu Gardens - Five-minute drive from Rollins College.

Mead Garden - Five-minute drive from Rollins College.

Orlando Museum of Art - Five-minute drive from Rollins College.

Gatorland - About a thirty-minute drive from Rollins College.

Walt Disney World - About a forty-five-minute drive from Rollins College.

Sea World - About a twenty-minute drive from Rollins College.

Universal Studios Orlando - About a twenty-minute drive from Rollins College.

University of Central Florida - About a thirty-minute drive from Rollins College.

 

 For a more detailed look at things to do in the Central Florida area, visit the Online Historical Tourism website, created by University of Central Florida students in Dr. Connie Lester's Introduction to Public History class.