Orlando Arts & Entertainment
Rosen Hotels & Resorts is proud to partner with United Arts of Central Florida. This nonprofit supports local artists and produces Orlando Arts magazine.
Explore Culture in Orlando Florida
Orlando has a thriving fine art culture. Rosen Hotels & Resorts and United Arts are dedicated to helping you explore it.
Find recent Orlando Arts issues on the United Arts website. Each issue covers the local cultural scene, from upcoming plays to art shows in Orlando.
We also promote local arts and entertainment in Rosen Reveal magazine and our hotel blog.
Enjoy the Arts in Orlando
On your next Orlando vacation, visit some of these amazingly artsy places in Florida.
Theaters in Orlando FL
Enjoy entertainment Orlando style at one of these top-notch venues.
Take in a concert, comedy act, or Broadway play at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. This Orlando arts center has something for everyone.
The Orlando Repertory Theatre offers plays and events that are perfect for families.
Renaissance Theatre Company entertains with original plays and one-of-a-kind interactive shows.
Head to Orlando Shakes for enchanting Shakespeare shows and other professional theater productions.
The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra has played classical and popular music for three decades.
Orlando Ballet is a professional dance company. They're known for their annual Nutcracker show and other grand productions.
Opera Orlando hosts unforgettable shows featuring talented soloists and ensembles.
Winter Garden’s historic Garden Theatre hosts plays, musicals, and fun film screenings.
Orlando Visual Arts
If you’re in Orlando and looking for an art gallery nearby, check out one of these museums.
The Orlando Museum of Art has something to inspire every art lover. OMA has an extensive permanent collection and great visiting exhibits.
The Mennello Museum of American Art is a must-see for folk art fans. It also has a free outdoor sculpture garden.
Learn all about the culture of Florida at the Orange County Regional History Center.
City Arts Orlando has some of the most unique art exhibits in Orlando. It is housed in downtown’s oldest and most distinctive building.
The arts are central to the Rosen story.
Harris Rosen’s father, Jack Rosen, drew caricatures while working at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City. Today, his drawings of famous faces hang at Jack’s Place in Rosen Plaza.
Harris Rosen and Rosen Hotels & Resorts continue to support the Orlando arts scene. Our work has included:
- Helping to raise funds for a statue of Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune in Daytona Beach
- Supporting the Rosen Jewish Community Center, which hosts kids’ art classes
- Sponsoring the Ukrainian Ballet Benefit to help those impacted by the conflict in Ukraine
- Providing in-kind donations to the Dr. Phillips Center