Historic Havana has been described as Florida’s Friendliest Town and is a short five-minute drive from Lake Sugar Plum. Havana has developed into a unique community that is a Mecca of antique furniture and fine art.
Mirror Image Antiques features not only antiques from America, England, France, and Asia, but also a variety of collectables and gourmet foods from around the world!
Traditions and Antiques & Gifts is a large shop offering oak and mahogany furniture along with home accents, French soaps, vintage books, bottles, tools, and much more!
The Planters Exchange is housed in a 14,000 square foot historic building, and offers an array of antiques, collectives, art, home decor, vintage & personal accents, jewelry, and furniture from over 50 dealers!
You’ll also want to check out the art at Itsajem Fine Art and Custom Picture Framing and Light N Up Art Co-op & Studios. Light N Up offers a selection of pottery, jewelry, paintings, photography, wood carvings, gourds, and more from over 25 local artists. Itsajem features some of the most collected artists in the world, including gallery presenter John. E. Metcalfe.
There are some great cafes and small restaurants in Havana. Try over 25 varieties of brewed tea at the Tomato Café and Tea Room, along with one of their homemade salads. Or enjoy a fresh, made-to-order sandwich or wrap and a latte or smoothie at the Magnolia Café and Coffee House. Mockingbird Café has a cute courtyard for enjoying their delicious menu items. Be sure to leave room for one of their homemade desserts!
Havana is also home to exciting annual events. Enjoy a day of music and crafts at the Havana Art & Music Festival, or take a trip into the past at Old Time Havana Days. Celebrate the fall season with hay rides and pumpkin decorating at Havana’s Annual Pumpkin Festival. Get your holiday shopping done while enjoying the seasonal décor and refreshments offered by Havana merchants at the Havana’s Holiday Open House event, or celebrate the season at Havana’s Annual Holiday Parade..