About Audubon Park Garden District
Hip, diverse and independent are the norms of the Audubon Park Garden District. Known for its vintage shops, cafes, bakeries, music, books, craft beer, boutiques, urban farmlettes, plus superlative professional services, the APGD is a fiercely independent shopping and dining district on Corrine Drive in Orlando, Florida.
Developed in the 1950 and ’60s, for decades the area catered to nearby Orlando Air Force Base and then later the Naval Training Center Orlando. Since then, the Audubon Park Garden District has blossomed into a thriving community of unique businesses and seemingly endless events and activities.
- APGD is a registered Wildlife Habitat Community and are halfway towards becoming a Certified Habitat Community with the National Wildlife Federation.
- Had over 5,500 attendees at the 10th annual Halloween festival, which includes Zombietoberfest and The Night Market at Audubon.
- Held their first Garden Tour this year, which included native habitats and one bird sanctuary on the tour.
- Held the 10th Annual Bastille Day Celebration, which included a wine and cheese tasting, French Market at Audubon, baguette fencing and a Moulin Rouge cabaret.
- Worked with Full Sail and The Nature Conservancy to produce a video on the APGD’s conservation efforts, with a focus on the Monarch butterfly. The video has won two awards so far and is still entered in upcoming contests. It may wind up being shown in the next Florida Film Fest.
- Events – 9,300 attendees
- Zombietoberfest and The Night Market
- Bastille Day Celebration
- May the Fourth Be With You
- Eat Local Sip and Stroll
- Shop Small Sip and Stroll
- APGD Garden Tour
- Spring Market at Audubon
- Main Streets Restaurant Week
- APGD Craft Beer Tour
- APGD Progressive Dinner
- APGD Dessert Stroll