400 South Orange Avenue
Orlando, FL 32801
Within Downtown there are two Orlando Main Streets, Church Street District and Thornton Park.
Downtown Orlando Guides are available at the Downtown Orlando Information Center, your hotel and various businesses throughout Downtown.
The Downtown Orlando Information Center is your source for all things Downtown. It is located at 201 South Orange Ave, Orlando, Florida 32801.
These informational tours can meet any group's requirements while helping everyone connect with our Downtown Community.
SEE Art Orlando is a collection of eight permanent contemporary public art sculptures inspired by various elements of Orlando and embodying the diverse fabric of the city.
Downtown Orlando is the heart of Central Florida's diverse entertainment scene with something to do for everyone.
Looking for the perfect way to spend a day with family in Downtown Orlando? Take a ride on a swan paddle boat, learn about Orlando's historic roots, take a stroll around the Orlando Farmers Market and more!
Discover all that Downtown has to offer. From LGBT special events, award-winning dining, boutique shopping, nightlife and more, the options are endless.
The North Quarter District is a unique and identifiable community that mixes medium to high intensity office and employment units with residential space to create a self-sustaining neighborhood…
Eola Heights is a historic neighborhood located within the heart of Downtown Orlando. Shady, tree-lined streets cover this residential area just blocks from Lake Eola Park and the hub of Downtown…
Thornton Park is a great place to unwind and find real relief in the brick-lined streets of the City's most stylish district. Just east of Lake Eola in Downtown's green heart, the residential neighborhood is home to streets covered with oak-shaded bungalows…
The South Eola District offers a unique shopping, dining and entertainment experience. With Lake Eola Park at its center the South Eola District is home to numerous events, such as the Orlando Farmers Market…
Designated in 1981, Lake Cherokee Historic District contains approximately 160 historic structures, primarily residences dating back to 1870's. General boundaries are East-West Expressway on the north, Orange Avenue on the west, Cherokee Drive and Gore Street on the south and Summerlin Avenue on the east…
The Parramore Heritage community is home to over 250 businesses. With rich history dating back to the 1880s, the area is still alive with culture and entertainment offerings. Cheer on the home team at a professional sporting event at world-class venues, satisfy your palate with homestyle cooking and…
The Central Business District is the business hub of Downtown Orlando, the area consists of theaters, galleries, museums, and parks. Services are connected by public transit and accentuated by art and cultural elements that attract people of all ages. The Central Business District is thriving retail and office market serve to foster daytime commerce, while entertainment and sporting events are ongoing and evenings are filled with dining and culture that help to illuminate the nightlife…
LYMMO, your FREE ride Downtown helps keep up the pace of the ever changing lifestyle of Downtown Orlando.
Imagine having the convenience of a car without the monthly payment – in other words, being able to jump in the car when you need it and only paying for the time that you use it.
Clean, safe, affordable, and accessible parking can easily be found in Downtown Orlando. The Parking System is managed by the Parking Division within the City of Orlando Transportation Department.
Bike Share is now available in Downtown Orlando! The Bike Share Program is designed to provide citizens, tourists, and commuters with an additional transportation option that is affordable and ecologically friendly.
Bicycle lanes and pathways are an important part of a complete transportation system, especially when they link to other modes of travel. Downtown Orlando is filled with various bike lanes for your convenience and enjoyment.
Taxis are one of the many modes of transportation available in the Downtown Orlando. This mode offers a convenient alternative to and from the Downtown area.
Central Florida's new commuter rail line represents an exciting new travel choice for residents and visitors. Downtown Orlando is proud to have two SunRail stations.
O-Cartz offers a safe, reliable, and convenient shuttle service to Downtown pedestrians and businesses.
Horse drawn carriages are a flash to the past way to get around the Orlando Downtown area. Each ride will send you back to historic times and provide an intimate outdorexperience.
Pedicabs are a great way to get around Downtown during late night weekend trips. The bike taxis, with room for up to four passengers, can be found around the central Downtown area.
Downtown Orlando is the heart of Central Florida's diverse emerging economy. It is the hub for finance, government, and commerce.
Statistics & Demographics
New businesses are opening their doors every day Downtown, as well as new residential and commercial developments, making it the perfect place to live, work and play.
The Downtown Development Board (DDB) and Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) can assist with matching up available incentives to your business.
Downtown continues to see growth and prosperity with even more new projects on the horizon. Everywhere you look there are signs of continued progress with new developments planned or under construction.
The DDB is here to assist with any questions you may have about Downtown Orlando.
Need to know what the DDB/CRA boundaries are? Or maybe where certain Downtown projects are taking place? Find all of your map needs here.