Celebration is comprised of 6 villages, with an additional village coming soon. Depending upon which direction you approach Celebration, you will most certainly drive through one to two villages on your way to the town’s center. Exploring the town’s walking trails is a great way to see the characteristics of each village. Here’s an overview:
The Main Village
Located between the Celebration Golf course and Lake Rianhard , is the most diverse village of Celebration.
Lined with iconic buildings designed by leading architects including Charles Moore (The Bank of America building), Cesar Pelini (The Cinema), Michael Graves (The Post office) and Phillip Johnson (the Former Town Hall).
Condos with views of the lake, the town square and Celebration’s charming streets. Lace the Main village. Residents and visitors enjoy the variety of restaurants including The Town Tavern, Columbia, The Market Street Cafe, D’Angelo’s, and The Upper Crust. The Bohemian Hotel provides a great view of Celebration and guests can truly get to experience the community of Celebration.
The furthest South (until Island Village opens), Artisan Park is dedicated to the classic arts with street names such as Tapestry, Mosaic, Stickley, and where Oscar Sq, meets Wilde drive. Craftsman style homes are prominent throughout Artisan Park. The village includes the Artisan Club, private to its residents, complete with a gym, heated pool, bar and more. Also, it has the swiftest walk to Celebration High School by way of the walking trails.
The first community to be built in Celebration, The North Village provides easy access to the Water Tower shoppes,192 and the 417. Celebration Health. Par 12 to 17 embrace the south east side of the Acadia where Estate homes embrace the view. Also home of Kinder Care learning center , The North Village is especially kid friendly with the play, athletic, pool walking areas of The Commons which runs through the center of The North Village.
With streets named for flowers and foliage, with Blue Sage, Rosemary Way, Golden Aster and enveloped by Oak Shadows followed by conservation area, the East Village is everything the names represent with lush and green areas. The Community pool is located on recreation area called, The Greens. Via the walking trails, a guest or resident can take a relaxingly from East Village, through the West Village and into the Main Village.
Close proximity to Celebration Blvd, The South Village offers swift access to the I-4 while still being embraced by conservation area to the Southwest.
In the center of South Village is spring park, home to a playground, Salt water pool, playing fields and Heritage Hall. South Village also includes condominiums and townhomes of Sienna Park and the newest completed development of residential homes, Spring Lake.
Between Waterside and Campus is a more quaint section of Celebration: The West Village. Residents have views of Celebration Golf and Lake Evelyn to the east. The West Village is also home to Celebration K-8 , and the Town Hall. Greenbrier, which runs through the West Village is a sight at Christmas, and popular with the kids on Halloween.
“Coming soon” has been the motto of this final development in Celebration, Island Village. Located just south of Celebration High School. Breaking ground in early 2019, the 1000+ homes in Island Village will be surrounded by lush conservation areas. And in the grand tradition of Celebration, Island Village will feature pocket parks and gathering spaces, trails, a neighborhood K-5 school, retail conveniences, pools and recreation centers.