Take a delightful trip to Downtown Sebring and the Circle Park, a designated 1920s Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places.  You’ll feel as if you have stepped back in time until you enter the varied array of boutiques and galleries and see the fabulous selection of fashion apparel, art, gifts, jewelry, pottery and more!

Historic Downtown Sebring, one of three Florida cities built on a Circle, is ideally suited for walking.  Parking is available at the Cultural Complex on Lake Jackson.  From there, visitors can take a leisurely stroll two blocks to the Circle Park area where one can find a diverse collection of places to browse, eat and shop.  This eclectic mix of boutiques, clothing stores, art galleries, gift shops and restaurants will entertain guests and residents of all ages.  Whether you are looking for a day trip or just want to step back in time…don’t miss the offerings of one of Central Florida’s most charming downtown districts.

Information Center

Downtown visitors can find information at the Greater Sebring Chamber of Commerce’s downtown office, located on the east side of the Circle (look for the blue awning) between South Commerce and East Center.

Address: 309 E. Circle Park
Phone: (863) 385-0911

Hours of Operation are 10:00 am – 4:00 pm weekdays.


Directions to Downtown Sebring and the Circle Park:
From US 27 South:
Travel North on U.S. 27. Take a slight right at Alt U.S. 27 South. Continue on CR 634. Continue on S. Ridgewood Dr/SR 17 and continue to Circle Park.

From US 27 North:
Travel South on U.S. 27. Turn left at Sebring Parkway for four miles. Turn right onto N. Ridgewood Dr/SR 17 and continue to Circle Park.

A view from downtown