Equally situated between Orlando and The Villages®, Leesburg features a vibrant downtown. Stroll down Main Street and pass by the relaxing fountain and continue your journey to WaterGypsy Coffee Company for a cup of joe. Looking for lunch? Turner’s Kitchen & Bar or Ramshackle Cafe offer up some yummy local fares.
This city offers a stunning one-of-a-kind Venetian Center that opened in 2019. The community center is a popular locale for public and private events.
Be sure to follow the Leesburg Partnership and download the Navigate the Burg app to find out what events are going on. There’s always something to do in here.
This town is home to Via Entertainment, a one-stop hub for fun. Among the offerings are the arcade, bowling, axe throwing, go-karts, escape rooms and laser tag. You can also stop by Pat Thomas stadium and catch a Leesburg Lightning game.
Just west of the “Golden Triangle”, it’s just a short drive to Tavares, Eustis or Mount Dora.
Like its central Florida neighbors, this bustling city is also home to many festivals throughout the year. A popular one is the Leesburg Art Festival held by the Leesburg Center for the Arts, however, the largest festival (by far) is the Leesburg Bikefest. The three-day event draws bikers, and motorcycle enthusiasts from all over.
Because of its centralized location, this city is a hub for commerce, bringing tens of thousands of people to the city everyday for work.
Fun Fact: this town is also known for the Mote-Morris house, a Victorian gem built back in 1892. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in the 1970s. The house is open for self-guided tours throughout the week.
For more information, check out their chamber of commerce website by clicking the image below!
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