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Many know that Sarasota is home to many different types of attractions. From sunny days at the beach to serene visits to the botanical gardens, any outdoor enthusiast can find a great day to enjoy. Or, for a visit full of arts and culture, there are plenty of museum and art installations to enjoy. The Sarasota Classic Car Museum is a great place for gear heads and is home to over 100 vintage vehicles. This 60,000 square foot facility offers a revolving set of inventory, making for a unique experience every time. The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art features many different exhibits and offerings and over 40,000 pieces from the Ringlings’ private collection.
The Marie Selby Botanical Gardens offers guests a peaceful stroll along tropical plants with close proximity to the bay. With tropical trees, orchids, vibrant flowers and more, you won’t forget your visit no matter what time of year it is. Our two double beds standard guest room is the ideal choice for more guests. From finding the best choice for your family travel needs to planning an affordable business stay, this is the preferred choice for more visitors. For those guests who prefer a larger guest bed size, you can always find a better deal on a king-sized bed guest room. Enjoy your in-room Wi-Fi connection, free breakfast, and outdoor pool for less. The most amount of guest space can be had with our biggest guest room suite. With all of the same included guest amenities, our largest bed, and more room in a spacious floor layout, you can enjoy more comfort at affordable rates by booking here.
The Sarasota Ballet has earned national and international recognition for its unique and diverse repertoire and critically acclaimed performances. Under the leadership of Director Iain Webb and Executive Director Joseph Volpe, the company's expanded repertoire includes works by world-renowned choreographers such as Sir Frederick Ashton, George Balanchine, Sir Matthew Bourne, Dame Ninette de Valois, Michel Fokine, Sir Kenneth MacMillan, Rudolf Nureyev, Jerome Robbins, Paul Taylor, Twyla Tharp, Antony Tudor and Christopher Wheeldon. The Sarasota Ballet has received national and international recognition for its diverse repertoire of rarely performed ballets, as well as the integrity and artistry of its performances. In the last five years, The Sarasota Ballet has been invited to perform twice at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC and the Fall for Dance Festival at New York City Center, as well as week-long residencies at the Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival and the Joyce Theater in New York. The Company performed in May 2017 at the inaugural National Choreographic Festival in Salt Lake City.
The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art is the state art museum of Florida, located in Sarasota, Florida. It was established in 1927 as the legacy of Mable and John Ringling for the people of Florida. Florida State University assumed governance of the Museum in 2000.
The Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall is thrilled to announce its 50th Anniversary Season Subscription Series, featuring an inspiring collection of Broadway and Classical performances in 2019 and 2020. The Broadway Series includes Sarasota premieres such as Jimmy Buffet's hilarious and heartwarming musical, Escape to Margaritaville, the stunning and widely-acclaimed production of Beautiful – The Carole King Musical, the uplifting and beloved production of Waitress, the new Tony Award-winning musical about six soldiers returning from World War II and, through the power of music, finally finding a place to call home, Bandstand, the exquisite production of George Gershwin's An American in Paris, the streetwise musical, A Bronx Tale, and the New York Times Critics' Pick telling the heartfelt and unique story of 7000 stranded passengers in Newfoundland on 9/11, Come From Away. By popular demand, returning to the Van Wezel after sell-out runs are The Book of Mormon, the international sensation and outrageous musical comedy, Les Miserables, the breathtaking and timeless production, and The Color Purple, the exhilarating and powerful production that won the 2016 Tony Award for 'Best Musical Revival.'
Even the most seasoned car enthusiast will enjoy a trip to the Sarasota Classic Car Museum. This non-profit local offering is the nation’s second largest classic car museum, and features vehicles from multiple time periods and countries. Whether you have a passion for antique cars, European vehicles, classic muscle cars, and more, you can find them all under one roof. Better yet, the collection is always rotating, giving you a unique experience each and every time you stop by this local favorite.
Sarasota has become one of the most vibrant Florida communities. Our city has grown from a sleepy beach getaway to an international Arts destination. At the center of this community is Sarasota Opera—as unique as our Florida home. When you step into our theater—with the perfect size and acoustics for live opera—you'll leave the outside world behind for an unforgettable experience of music, lights, costumes, sets and vocals.
The Marie Selby Botanical Gardens has been delighting guests with their eclectic display of orchids, exotic plants, and more since 1973. The gardens stretch across 15 acres with 12 buildings, housing one of the largest collections of plants and flowers in the area. Guests can enjoy many different types of plants, such as bamboo, Banyan, rainforest plants, ferns, and much more. Whether you’re a budding horticulturist or just enjoy a peaceful day among flowers, this is a great attraction for many visitors.
The Jazz Club of Sarasota, one of the largest and most active jazz societies in the United States, is dedicated to preserving, presenting and promoting jazz, America's original musical art form. Founded in 1980, the Jazz Club has provided over 50 jazz-related events annually for more than 35 years. Chief among them is the highly respected Sarasota Jazz Festival, which presents some of the greatest musicians on today's jazz scene in an eclectic mix of free and ticketed events. Other ongoing Jazz Club programs include most Friday's Jazz at 2 concerts from October through April, a concert series, Jazz on the Water cruises and the annual Satchmo Award, which has been bestowed on more than 30 jazz luminaries including Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington, Lionel Hampton, Dave Brubeck, Dr. Billy Taylor and George Shearing. The Jazz Club also presents educational programs, promotes high school jazz bands and has granted nearly one-quarter million dollars in scholarships to aspiring young jazz musicians over the years. Join us to share in the excitement of live jazz performances by masterful established musicians and talented rising stars!