The home of the circus king and his wife, a couple from humble mid-western origins, Ca’ d’Zan stands as a testament to the American Dream of the Roaring Twenties. Inspired by and designed in the Venetian Gothic style of the palazzos that ring the Venice canals, this dazzling palatial mansion perfectly captures the splendor and romance of the Italy the Ringlings so loved. To honor its owner, they named it Ca’ d’Zan, “House of John”, in the dialect of their beloved Venice.
Join us on the Ca' d'Zan Terrace for a complimentary yoga session. Bring a mat, towel and water. In the case of inclement weather, this event will be canceled.
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The inspirational story of the "Sultan of Swat" – through his ups and downs on the road to fame. Warner Brothers; Directed by Roy Del Ruth, Black and White; Not Rated; 107 minutes; 1948.
One of the core missions of any museum is to collect, preserve, study, interpret and display works of art. A key responsibility that supports these activities is the object file. Did you know each object in the collection has a corresponding file?
Learn more about what trees have to offer in Central Florida and how we can be more effective stewards of this all-important resource. This program will include a talk and discussion in the Education Center followed by a walking tour tailored to the topic.
An unknown batter takes a losing 1930s baseball team to the top of the league. TriStar Pictures; Directed by Barry Levinson, Rated PG; 134 minutes; 1984.