- TripBuzz found 174 things to do with kids in or near Mount Dora, Florida, including 154 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Winter Park, Sanford, Winter Garden and Apopka.
- From Lake Dora to Triangle Lanes, the Mount Dora area offers 89 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Boat Tours, Bowling and Theaters.
- Located in the heart of central Florida is the city of Mount Dora. Original an old railroad town, the city still offers a historical look into its past through the local railroad museum. Overlooking many lakes, the are is beautiful and offers many outdoor recreational opportunities including many annual events, such as The Mount Dora Arts Festival, a bicycle festival and a sail boat regatta.
Modernism Museum Mount Dora 145 East 4th Avenue, Mount Dora, FL MoreLess Info
Museum explores modernism through the lens of furniture, craftsmanship, and sculpture
A family-friendly, smoke-free bowling alley, Triangle Lanes offers open bowling, a variety of tournaments, and league play. The alley runs a summer program that lets kids bowl for free, and serves a variety of refreshments.
Patrons of Premier Boat Tours in Mount Dora, Florida get to sit back and relax touring Premier's comfortable cruise-style tours. Whole- and half-day excursions are available. Tickets should be purchased in advanced, especially for large groups.
Located in Mount Dora, Florida, CraigCat Tours is an unusual tour firm that offers transportation in tiny two-person self-steered catamarans. The boats fit two adults comfortably and have a generous amount of leg room.
Covering Lake Dora and the Dora Canal, The Rusty Anchor is an eco-tour company that focuses on providing views of local wildlife. Most tours last for two hours during the day, and there is also a specialty one hour sunset cruise.
The preservation and display of local history is the focus of Mount Dora Historical Society Museum. Standard self guided tours are the main package offered by the museum, and group tours are available by advanced reservation with guided tours offered three days a week.
Long & Scott Farms was first founded in 1963 on 100 acres of land before growing to cover 1,200 acres. The site now grows Zellwood sweet corn, pickling cucumbers, red cabbage, green cabbage, and other varieties of produce.