The Winter Park Chamber of Commerce Welcomes You to
Open February 4 through April 30
at Mead Botanical Garden
Celebrate the Chamber's Centennial anniversary and 100 years of economic progress in Winter Park at FunHundred!, an immersive art and entertainment experience. From the uniquely designed "100" signs at the entrance to the wildly creative garden zones featuring repurposed materials reimagined into sculptures and scenes that tell a visual story of Winter Park's roots and ingenuity, FunHundred! will inspire, educate and entertain you.
Plan Your Visit
Admission to FunHundred! and Mead Botanical Garden is free. The exhibition will be available from February 4 through April 30.
FunHundred! is a gift to the community from the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce in honor of its Centennial anniversary. Free admission is made possible through the generous support of our sponsors.
Location & Hours
FunHundred! will be open during the standard operating hours of Mead Botanical Garden. The garden is open every day from 8:00 a.m. to dusk.
Mead Botanical Garden is located at 1300 S. Denning Avenue, Winter Park FL 32789.
FunHundred! parking is located in front of the Picnic Pavillion and the Legacy Garden. These lots will be designated with FunHundred! signage. To see a map of Mead Botanical Garden, click here.
Additional parking is available in front of the Azalea Lodge and in the overflow lot. Accessible parking spots are available in front of the Picnic Pavillion and the Azalea Lodge.
Leashed dogs are allowed in marked areas of Mead Botanical Garden.
Accessible parking spots are available in front of the Picnic Pavilion and the Azalea Lodge. Mulch-lined paths have been constructed to guide attendees between each exhibition garden.
Sections of the Garden of Prosperity and the Garden of Discovery are located in a wetland habitat. This path is subject to changing conditions, such as mud, as natural water levels fluctuate.
Mead Botanical Garden is a natural park with unstable terrain and natural obstacles. You may contact Mead Botanical Garden for additional accommodations.
Public restrooms are located in a blue building on the northern side of the parking loop. Reference the Mead Botanical Garden map.
School Curriculum Guide
Download our School Curriculum Guide here. This guide was developed by Sarah Sprinkle, a former Winter Park Commissioner and longtime educator with classroom and curriculum development experience.
If you want to plan a field trip for your class, go to Mead Botanical Gardens’ website at www.meadgarden.org/activities/funhundred/ and sign up. Registration is not necessary if your group is under 25.
Self-Guided Walking Tour
Betsy Gardner Eckbert, President and CEO of the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce, narrates a self-guided walking tour of FunHundred!. Listen to the tour here.
Connections | Wednesday, April 5 from 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Connections brings business people together to network and foster meaningful business relationships. Enjoy lunch from Black Bean Deli while connecting with chamber members and building your network.
Good Morning Winter Park | Friday, April 14 from 8:45 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Hear from the creative team at AOA who conceptualized and brought FunHundred! to life. Good Morning Winter Park is the Chamber's live, interactive morning magazine featuring local topics.
FunHundred! Garden Sponsors
100 Icon Sponsors
Artisan Kitchen & Bath Gallery
Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation
Elizabeth Morse Genius Foundation
The Gardens at DePugh Nursing Center
James T. Barnes
Orlando Health Jewett Orthopedic Institute
The Joe & Sarah Galloway Foundation
Welbourne Nursery and Preschool
Winderweedle, Haines, Ward & Woodman
Winter Park Publishing Company
Winward Consulting Group
Local School Contributors
Audubon Park School
First Congregational Preschool
Full Sail University
Glenridge Middle School
Lake Highland Preparatory School
Methodist School for Early Education
Park Maitland School
Trinity Preparatory School
Welbourne Nursery and Preschool
Winter Park Day Nursery
Winter Park High School
Who created this exhibition?
FunHundred! was created as the centerpiece of the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce's Centennial Celebration. The creative concepts were developed and overseen by AOA, a themed-entertainment production company headquartered in Winter Park.
The materials and elements were donated and created by volunteers from local schools, businesses and community organizations. The Winter Park Chamber of Commerce hosted Gather & Grow Day on Saturday, January 21 where almost 400 volunteers came to Mead Botanical Garden to paint, assemble and prepare the garden for the exhibition. The photo album of Gather & Grow Day can be found here.
The animal sculptures in the Garden of Discovery were created by local schools. The mirrors in the Garden of Prosperity were collected by Leadership Winter Park. The books in the Garden of Knowledge were donated by the Winter Park Library and the community.
What will happen to the materials following the close of the exhibition?
The elements of the exhibition will be assessed at the exhibition's close. Some elements will be relocated to the schools and businesses that created them and others may become a permanent installation or recycled depending on the condition of each element.
What is the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce?
The Winter Park Chamber of Commerce is a community institution that actively supports economic success in our community. The Chamber unites business owners, community leaders and residents through unique events and programs.
Members are encouraged to take advantage of a variety of programs, events and initiatives offered by the Chamber. Active participation is key to developing relationships, increasing brand awareness and building your business.
How do I become a member of the Chamber?
You can become a member here. Explore our host of member benefits here.
For questions about membership, contact our Senior Director of Membership Lauren Bloom at email@example.com.
In Celebration of Our Centennial