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Art Studio 308
115 West Rich Avenue
DeLand, FL 32720

Both a school of arts and an art gallery, the art on display in the gallery is created solely by the students.

Burgess Pavillion
Bill Dreggors Park - 230 N. Stone Street
DeLand, FL 32720

The Burgess Pavilion at DeLand Memorial Hospital served acute health care needs of people of color in West Volusia County from 1930 to 1945. Monday through Friday 10:30 am - 2:30 pm. Last tour begins at 1:30 pm.

DeLand House Museum
137 W. Michigan Ave.
DeLand, FL 32720

Built in 1886 by Henry Addison DeLand, it changed hands numerous times until it was donated to the city of DeLand in 1988.It opened as a Victorian era historic house museum in 1990. The museum also contains materials related to the history of western Volusia County, and is operated by the West Volusia Historical Society. Docent-led tours Tuesday - Saturday- 12 noon - 3 pm.

DeLand’s Memorial Hospital and Veteran’s Museum
230 North Stone Street
DeLand, FL 32720

The Memorial Hospital and Veterans Museum was DeLand's first 'modern' hospital built to serve the growing needs of a population expanding during the land boom era of the 1920s. The museum houses eight different galleries and exhibits.

Gillespie Museum • Stetson University
234 East Michigan Avenue
DeLand, FL 32724

The Gillespie Museum features one of the premier historic mineral collections in the southeast, and seasonally changing exhibits on an array of earth science and natural history topics.

Historic Mural Walk
Several Downtown Locations
DeLand, FL 32720

Developed by the MainStreet DeLand Association, the City of DeLand, the West Volusia Tourist Authority and the West Volusia Historical Society, the tour includes fifteen authentic scenes from DeLand’s past. A comprehensive brochure is available at the Visitor Information Center at 116 West New York Avenue or the West Volusia Historical Society at 137 West Michigan Avenue or at the web address above. The Historical Society also offers a “Walk DeLand Tour.”

Legendary Florida Collection
125 West New York Avenue
DeLand, FL 32720

The Legendary Florida Collection features paintings by Jackson Walker that hang in the rotunda of the Historic Volusia County Courthouse. The courthouse is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and is located at 125 West New York Avenue. The courthouse is closed on federal and state holidays. Tours are available by calling the Museum of Art - DeLand at 386-734-4371.

Stetson Mansion
1031 Camphor Lane
DeLand, FL 32720

Florida's First Luxury Estate, built in 1886 for famed hat maker John B. Stetson is the largest, grandest, and most historic home ever built in Florida before the 20th century. This Gilded Age estate is still a private estate. It is not a museum or a home frozen in time, although it predates all other grand mansion museums in Florida. The home of Florida’s first snow bird and famous hat baron was hidden and lost for 100 years. It has recently been rescued, restored and updated in a timeless fashion. Historic tours are offered between February and September.

The Create Space DeLand
110 South Woodland Boulevard
DeLand, FL 32720

Join the Arts & Crafts Revolution! Drop in during our open studio hours and do some independent crafting (or get a little guidance from us--it's your journey)!

The Muse Book Shop
112 S. Woodland Blvd.
DeLand, FL 32720

The Muse Book Shop was founded in 1980, in Historic Downtown DeLand. In 1985, Downtown DeLand became the first MainStreet City in Florida. The Muse today is a new and antiquarian book shop, featuring bestsellers, new releases, new paperbacks, along with antiquarian books dating back to the 1700s. We also offer area topographical maps. The Muse showcases local, regional and national authors. Check out our events calendar for the next author’s book signing or downtown event.

The Walk DeLand Tour
A dozen Downtown Locations
DeLand, FL 32720

Download the Florida Humanities Council phone app, Florida Stories. As you stroll through the city, listen to colorful stories about a dozen important historic sites. Photo courtesy of Ray Johnson


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