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News and Updates

November 30, 2020

Check out our latest Main Street. It’s Naples located in southwest Florida. Naples has been a mecca for tourists, upscale shoppers, and beach lovers for a long time. The founders had even given the town the name Naples because the climate had reminded them so much of Naples in Italy. You’ll find multiple districts in the city. There is the upscale Fifth Avenue South district, the historic Third Street South district, and the Tin City district on the waterfront. Take a tour then drop me a line and let me know what you think!

November 9, 2020

Check out our latest Main Street. It's the River District in downtown Fort Myers, Florida. Fort Myers has an excellent location in Southwest Florida along the gulf coast. Take a tour and check out the shops, restaurants, and cool historic architecture. Drop me a line and let me know what you think!

October 6, 2020

Check out our recently updated New Smyrna Beach, Florida page, featuring new photos. New Smyrna Beach actually has two competing Main Streets. One is the Flagler Avenue Historic Business District. This is the one closer to the beach and features that beachside town feel complete with surf shops and bar & grills. Further inland, you have the Canal Street Downtown Historic District, an up and coming area where restaurants and boutiques are moving in and revitalizing the area. Take a tour and check out both of these areas.

September 14, 2020

Our next Main Street is Winter Garden, Florida, which features a vibrant downtown with boutiques, cafes, recreation, and nightlife. The rail lines that once cut through town are now part of the West Orange Trail. It's not uncommon to see bikers riding through the historic district. Winter Garden is also home to an active weekly Farmer’s Market and also the Plant Street Market, which features small shops, eateries, and even a microbrewery.

September 1, 2020

Next up, let’s take a trip to Kissimmee, Florida, located a few short miles from the famous Walt Disney World. Kissimmee has a vibrant downtown featuring antique stores and other shops along with restaurants, showcasing a wide variety of cuisine. Kissimmee sits on the banks of Lake Tohopekaliga or Lake Toho as the locals call it. Here you’ll find the Lakefront Park that includes walking trails, pavilions, and even a lighthouse.

August 17, 2020

Just north of downtown Orlando and on the banks of Lake Ivanhoe, sits one of the city's hippest neighborhoods. Ivanhoe Village, long known for its antique shopping, has since welcomed many other trendy boutiques, eateries, and pubs to the community. Come take a trip with us up Orange Avenue, Ivanhoe Village’s "Main Street."

August 3, 2020

We’re back after a long hiatus. Hope everyone has been keeping safe. Our next Main Street is College Park, Florida. Located in the City of Orlando, this hip community is generally known as the city’s first suburb. Take a trip down Edgewater Drive and enjoy this funky neighborhood.

February 12, 2019

Our next Main Street is Gardner Village, which is unique in our catalog. Not so much a historic village in its own right as much as it is a collection of historic sites brought together to one location to form that village. Gardner Village, located in West Jordan, Utah in a suburb of Salt Lake City, contains over 20 shops and several restaurants surrounding a historic mill. The area is also accessible by light rail in that it is within walking distance of the Historic Gardner Station Trax light rail station on the red line.

January 29, 2019

For our next Main Street community, we're going to head to the 9th and 9th area of Salt Lake City. 9th and 9th is a hip and bustling neighborhood located on Salt Lake City's east side. To understand how the area got its name, one must understand Salt Lake City's street naming scheme, which isn't always easy for newcomers. Just know that it's nine blocks east and nine blocks south of downtown Salt Lake City. The area is an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, and businesses serving young residents and families that have been moving to the area in recent years.

January 22, 2019

Our next Main Street community is the city of Ogden, Utah. Ogden's growth over the years was a result of the railroad since the golden spike of Promontory Summit was stuck nearby. Union Station was built in Ogden, and 25th Street connected the station to Ogden's downtown. In the past, this road was a major center of vice, including alcohol, drugs, prostitution, and gambling. But eventually the area was cleaned up and became the Main Street corridor we know today. Check it out and let us know what you think.

January 15, 2019

We now head over to Utah and visit some Main Streets in the Beehive State. Our first stop is Park City, known for its excellent skiing, as well as being home to the Utah Olympic Park where the 2002 Winter Olympics were largely hosted. The city is also the site of the annual Sundance Film Festival, the largest independent film festival in the U.S. But the town is also home to a downtown with a Main Street complete with shopping, restaurants, and historic architecture from its nineteenth-century mining past.

January 8, 2019

Our next Main Street is also on Florida's Space Coast. The City of Melbourne, Florida features not one but two Main Street areas. The first is its primary downtown which spans New Haven Avenue and features shops, boutiques, restaurants, and nightlife. The other is the Eau Gallie Arts District, which was once part of a separate city but now forms a unique Main Street area and boasts a collection of art galleries and museums.

December 11, 2018

Next up, we'll head out to the coast to visit Cocoa Village, Florida. Cocoa Village is the nickname given to the downtown area of Cocoa, Florida (no relation to Cocoa Beach, which is right on the beach and just a few more miles east). Cocoa Village is on the banks of the Indian River and features boutiques, gift shops, antique stores, restaurants, and more. It earned the "Village" moniker from its narrow, pedestrian-friendly streets and giant shady oak trees. Check it out and let us know what you think.

December 4, 2018

Our next stop through Florida, takes us to Mount Dora. Yes, Florida is the flattest state in the union, but Mount Dora gets its name from being in one of those few hilly portions in the middle of the state. So you can enjoy the scenic drive to get there, and once you arrive, enjoy the history, the restaurants, and the wide array of shopping, including the many antique shops in Mount Dora. Also, despite being in Central Florida, Mount Dora is a waterfront town, since it's on the banks of Lake Dora!

November 27, 2018

After our trip through sunny California, we'll now head east to the Sunshine State of Florida. Our first stop is Winter Park in Central Florida. Park Avenue, or "Park Ave" as the locals call it is the Main Street for Winter Park. Just a few miles north of downtown Orlando, it is an upscale retail district with high end stores and restaurants. Winter Park is also home to many cultural institutions that serve the entire metro area, including several museums and even Rollins College, Florida's oldest recognized college, which sits at the southern end of Park Avenue.

November 13, 2018

Next, we'll head further down the coast to Old Town San Diego. Old Town is nicknamed the Birthplace of California. It is the site of the oldest settled area in San Diego and is the site of the first European settlement in present-day California. The area is known for its preserved and recreated historic architecture, much of it found on a large state park. Old Town is also known for its excellent shopping and restaurants, including an abundance of high-quality Mexican restaurants.

October 30, 2018

Our trip through California continues as we head down the coast into San Diego's North County region. We head to Encinitas, which has a very unique Main Street that is actually part of historic U.S. Highway 101. The road used to be the main north-south route through the area before being supplanted by nearby Interstate 5. However, you can still take the highway today and enjoy a scenic tour of the coast and enjoy views of the Pacific Ocean and other nearby Main Street communities.

October 23, 2018

We'll head back to the coast for our next Main Street. This one is Balboa Island, which is in the city of Newport Beach, California. Located in Orange County, the area is famous for its beaches, marinas, and some of the most expensive real estate in the country. But Balboa Island is also famous for its Frozen Bananas and its Balboa Bars, frozen ice cream dipped in chocolate and topped with your choice of candy. Who says the well-heeled don't like the simple things in life?

October 16, 2018

Next, we'll continue our tour of Southern California by heading inland to the City of Orange. The Old Towne Orange Historic District is a unique area in Orange County, California in that its downtown was largely preserved allowing future generations to enjoy its historic architecture. The district is centered around the large Orange Plaza and is known for its many antique stores, boutiques, restaurants, and other businesses. Check it out and let us know what you think.

October 9, 2018

This week we continue our trip through California. Our next stop is Seal Beach. It's one of those rare coastal Southern California places that maintains a small town atmosphere despite being so close to the beach. Nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the PCH (Pacific Coast Highway), Main Street offers visitors gifts shops, boutiques, and antique stores. And as you get closer to the ocean, you totally start to pick up that beach vibe.

October 2, 2018

We'll now head out to the west coast to one of our favorite states for Main Streets. Let's spend some time in the great state of California, starting with Avalon on Catalina Island. Reachable by ferry, it feels like an entire world away from the bustling metropolis of Los Angeles. Check out the town of Avalon, and don't forget to explore the rest of the island while you're there too.

September 25, 2018

Now, we're going to move away from the Mid Atlantic states for awhile and head to the deep south to New Orleans, Louisiana. Let's hop off the beaten path of the usual touristy spots and visit Magazine Street. This is a major shopping and dining corridor stretching several miles along the Garden District area of New Orleans. So be sure to bring good shoes.

September 18, 2018

It's back to school time again, so we'll take a tour of Newark, Delaware. It's a college town and is home to the University of Delaware. This is our first trip to the First State. Enjoy!

August 28, 2018

It's almost Labor Day and that means it's time for one more trip to the beach. We head over to Ocean City, New Jersey. It's our first visit to the Garden State. Many people know about Ocean City's boardwalk, but not everyone knows about its downtown which features a Main Street area on Asbury Avenue.

August 21, 2018

Let's head over to Kensington, Maryland. This is a new one on our list. Kensington has one of the premier antique districts in the state of Maryland, featuring an "Antique Row" on Howard Avenue, along with a historic neighborhood containing a plethora of stately Victorian homes.

August 14, 2018

Next stop on our tour of Maryland is a trip to Bethesda. One of the state's largest downtowns, Bethesda features upscale shopping and dining all a few miles north of the nation's capital just a short trip on the Metro red line.

August 7, 2018

Now we head over to Frederick, Maryland in the rolling hills of Washington, DC's northern suburbs. Here we have a vibrant downtown full of eighteenth and nineteenth century architecture, overflowing with shops, restaurants, and Civil War history.

August 1, 2018

Let's check out Annapolis, state capital of Maryland and home to the Naval Academy. Did you know that Annapolis contains one of the largest collections of 18th century historic architecture in the nation?

July 24, 2018

We've been on hiatus for a while, but we're finally coming out of hibernation. Where did we leave off? Oh yeah! Our latest Main Street is Havre de Grace, Maryland. So check it out, and let us know what you think. Many more updates to come!

February 21, 2017

North East is more than just a location on the map. It's also a town with a lot to offer, including shops, restaurants, museums, and miles of scenic waterfront. Check out this town in Maryland's Upper Chesapeake region, and also check out our latest photo gallery and let us know what you think.

February 8, 2017

We continue our tour up the Eastern Shore to Chesapeake City, Maryland, home to the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal. You'll find shops selling antiques and other items, restaurants, bed & breakfasts, attractions, and one very large bridge looming over the historic district all in this town that is the gateway to Maryland's Eastern Shore. Check out the photo gallery we just added to the Chesapeake City page and let us know what you think.

January 24, 2017

We head back up to Maryland for our next update, which is Chestertown on the Eastern Shore. The town is home to Washington College, the tenth oldest liberal arts college to be chartered in the nation and the oldest college in Maryland. Chestertown is also known for its concentration of historic eighteenth century homes. Check out our photo gallery and let us know what you think.

November 29, 2016

We've just updated our latest page, St. Armands Circle, Florida. Sitting on the Gulf Coast of Florida, this community in the city of Sarasota features shops and restaurants all situated around a large traffic circle in the heart of St. Armands Key. In the center of the circle is Circle Park, and along the major boulevards, you'll find museum quality statuary. Oh yeah, and you're only a few blocks from the beach. Check out our updated photo gallery and drop us a line, letting us know what you think.

November 2, 2016

The latest update to our site is Sanford, Florida. Sanford lies on the banks of Lake Monroe, which gives this city a beautiful waterfront. The area's Main Street is First Street and it runs through the heart of downtown and is home to antique shopping, eclectic dining, and many other attractions. Check out our updated photo gallery and let us know what you think.

September 27, 2016

Our next update will be another town in Florida. This time we'll head over to the Atlantic for St. Augustine, whose claim to fame is that it's the oldest continuously occupied city in the continental United States founded by Europeans. Check out our photo gallery to see all the Spanish influenced architecture, old forts, and much more in this oldest city in America.

September 13, 2016

We head down to Florida for an update to our Tarpon Springs page with an all new photo gallery for both its Sponge Docks and Downtown neighborhoods. Tarpon Springs is a unique gem in the state of Florida with the feeling of a Greek fishing village surrounded by a series of inlets and bayous. Check out our photo gallery and let us know what you think.

July 12, 2016

We continue our trip through Maryland, this time to Baltimore's historic seaport district, Fells Point. Here you'll find shops, bars and Baltimore's largest collection of restaurants all housed in some of Baltimore's oldest buildings. Check out our photo tour and see some excellent examples of Baltimore's eighteenth century architecture for yourself.

June 14, 2016

We head back up to Baltimore, Maryland with an updated photo gallery of Hampden. Check out the pictures and learn more about Baltimore's quirky side, including the Hon culture that features the 1960s-style beehive hairdo, eye shadow, spandex pants, and leopard print clothing.

May 31, 2016

We'll make one last stop in Chicago, Illinois before moving on. Let's head over to the Wicker Park community, known for its gentrification and its hipster sensibilities. Check out our photo gallery and see how the area has gone from gritty to trendy.

May 10, 2016

Next, we hit the Lincoln Park community in Chicago, Illinois. Specifically, we'll visit the Armitage-Halsted District, full of trendy boutiques and tasty cafes, just a short ride away on the famous "L." Check out our photo gallery and see some of the turn of the century Victorian architecture that makes this area an historic landmark.

April 12, 2016

The Old Town neighborhood is the next community we will visit on our trip through Chicago. Old Town is filled with pubs, restaurants, shops, and boutiques. You'll also find plenty of nightlife, including several theaters and comedy clubs, such as the Second City Comedy Club. Check out our photo gallery and see some of the eclectic architecture in this unique Chicago neighborhood.

March 29, 2016

We continue our trip through Chicago. This time we head just north of Michigan Avenue to the Gold Coast neighborhood, so named due to its high concentration of wealth along the banks of Lake Michigan. Check out our photo gallery and see some of Chicago's high-end shopping along Oak Street and some of Chicago's night life along Rush Street and State Street.

March 13, 2016

Destination Main Streets makes its first foray into the Midwest. Our next few Main Streets will come from Chicagoland and our first one will actually come from the heart of Chicago with Michigan Avenue, otherwise known as the Magnificent Mile, known for its high end retail, dining and lodging. Check out our photo gallery and see some of Chicago's magnificent architecture, including some of the tallest buildings in the world.

February 27, 2016

We now head across the Mason-Dixon line to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Most people know it for its large battleground and other tourist attractions, but did you know that the town also has an historic downtown with a large commercial Main Street feel? Check out our photo tour and learn more about what you can do the next time you're in Gettysburg.

February 3, 2016

Just a few miles to the west of Easton is St. Michaels, Maryland. Sitting on the banks of the Miles River, St. Michaels was voted the eighth most romantic getaway by Coastal Living Magazine. Check out our photo gallery and also learn why St. Michaels is known as "The Town That Fooled the British."

January 19, 2016

Next, we head across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge to Maryland's Eastern Shore on the Delmarva Peninsula where life is a little more laid back. Our next town is Easton. Once known as Maryland's Eastern Shore Capital, today it's known for its art galleries, boutiques, restaurants, and much, much more. Check out our photo gallery and let us know what you think!

January 12, 2016

Happy New Year! We're back in the new year with a new town. This time we're heading to Bel Air, Maryland. So check out our photo gallery and drop us a line telling us what you think.

December 15, 2015

After our tour of Virginia, we hop across the Potomac and head back to Maryland. Next stop Sykesville! The town was founded as a stop along the B&O Railroad's Old Main Line, the oldest railroad line in the country. Check out our photo gallery and let us know what you think!

November 10, 2015

Our final stop on this tour of Northern Virginia takes us to Reston, Virginia for a change of pace. More urban and less historical than the last few towns we visited, Reston is a recent development, but features all of the components you would find in a walkable downtown and a great Main Street community. Check it out and let us know what you think!

October 27, 2015

Our next stop on our tour of Virginia takes us to the town of Warrenton. You can tell we're still in the heart of Virginia's hunt country as Warrenton is home to the world famous Virginia Gold Cup, an annual horse-racing event. Check out our photo gallery and let us know what you think!

October 12, 2015

Next we'll head over to Manassas, Virginia made famous for its proximity to the First and Second Battle of Bull Run, both of which were fought, in part, over the city's crucial rail junction. Today the rail lines and the train station play an important part in Manassas and its downtown's economic picture. Check out our photo tour and let us know what you think!

September 29, 2015

We continue our tour through Northern Virginia and head south from Leesburg towards Middleburg, Virginia. Known for its rolling hills, vineyards, and hunt country, Middleburg is just outside the Washington, DC suburbs but can sometimes feel a world away. As long as you watch out for the traffic. Check out our photos and drop us line!

September 14, 2015

Today we introduce, not only a new town, but a new state to our site. It's Leesburg located in the rolling hills of Northern Virginia's vineyards and hunt country. Enjoy the scenic drives and Leesburg's Historic District. Check out our gallery and let us know what you think!

July 28, 2015

Vineyard Haven is the third and final stop on our whirlwind tour of Martha's Vineyard. The area plays an important role in Martha's Vineyard's economy, since it's the location where most people arrive on the island by ferry. You can walk right from the ferries into the heart of Vineyard Haven. So enjoy our Vineyard Haven pictures and let us know what you think!

July 20, 2015

Edgartown is the second stop on our whirlwind tour of Martha's Vineyard. Edgartown has long been known for its whaling history. But it's also famous for another large sea creature. Jaws was partly filmed in Edgartown, which served as the fictional town of Amity. Today the industry is mostly tourism, but if you look around you can still see some signs of that famous shark. Take a look at our photo gallery and give us your feedback on Edgartown!

June 30, 2015

We hope everyone will have an excellent Fourth of July weekend this week. And if you have some extra time off, be sure to visit one of your favorite Main Streets, including some of the ones featured here. Speaking of Main Streets, we have a new one. It's Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts on the island of Martha's Vineyard. It's one of several Main Street towns located on the island just off Cape Cod. Check it out, and let us know what you think!

June 16, 2015

Well, we finally made it to the tip of Cape Cod, with scenic Provincetown. Here, you have a town that features a mix of history and progressive culture, as well as restaurants and plenty of art galleries. But being almost entirely surrounded by water, there's also the beach, boating, and yes, even whale tours. Our trip through Massachusetts isn't over yet, so stay tuned. Plus, we're trying something new starting with Provincetown. In an effort to post these pages more quickly, we are going to focus on the photo galleries and move away from the more time-consuming tasks of maintaining directories. We have a huge backlog of Main Street photos to post, so we want to make it a priority to get them out there. Let us know what you think of the change!

May 11, 2015

We continue our tour of Cape Cod and our next stop is Chatham, Massachusetts. Located on the "Elbow of the Cape," Chatham is conveniently located near the beach yet still has that New England seaside charm with its Cape Cod architecture. Check out our photo gallery and let us know what you think!

March 30, 2015

Check out our latest Main Street. It's Hyannis, Massachusetts, otherwise known as the "Capital of the Cape", due to its location and economic importance to the rest of Cape Cod. There's lots to do here, including its Main Street full of restaurants and shops and even a carousel. You also have the Harbor District within walking distance where you can take a trip to Nantucket or Martha's Vineyard, or shop in one of the quaint artist shanties right on the water. Let us know what you think about Hyannis!

March 3, 2015

We continue our tour of Massachusetts with a trip to Cape Cod. The first town we'll hit on the cape is Falmouth. Located on the southwestern corner of the cape, the town of Falmouth contains more coastline than almost any other town in Massachusetts. And only a few blocks from the beach is the heart of Falmouth otherwise known as Falmouth Village. Its downtown has an excellent Main Street. Check it out and let us know what you think!

January 20, 2015

Our latest Main Street is Plymouth, Massachusetts. The landing place of the Pilgrims and the home of Plymouth Rock and the first Thanksgiving, this town is filled with history. You can still see Plymouth Rock today, and there's even a replica of the Mayflower. But Plymouth also has two Main Street areas for visitors. The Waterfront District features gift shops and easy access to Plymouth Rock and the Mayflower II, while the Downtown District features antique stores, galleries, and other stores including a variety of historic architecture. Check it out and let us know what you think!

January 6, 2015

Happy New Year everyone! And starting off this new year, we continue our tour of Massachusetts, this time with a stop in Boston. We visit the Back Bay area, which features a study in contrasts. You have the Victorian brownstones along quaint Newbury Street, which is now home to some of the most exclusive shopping in the nation. On Boylston Street you have more retail and is adjacent to high-rise office and residential development that gives Boston a second (maybe extended?) downtown area. Check out our Back Bay page and let us know what you think about our coverage of Back Bay or any other thoughts or stories you may have about the area. Thanks!!!

December 16, 2014

Check out our latest Main Street. It's Marblehead, Massachusetts. Known as a yachting capital and also the birthplace of the U.S. Navy, this seaside town has one of the most well-preserved collections of colonial American architecture in the country, even giving Colonial Williamsburg a run for its money. Drop us a line and let us know what you think about our Marblehead page!

December 3, 2014

Please welcome Salem to our site! Not only is it our first town from Massachusetts, it's also our first town from New England. But don't worry. We'll have plenty more. Due to its history with the Salem Witch Trials, the town has been nicknamed Witch City. So you'll find plenty of shops and sites catering to history and witchcraft buffs. But Salem is also historically known as a seaport and has that wonderful New England waterfront town feel to it. So check out our Salem page and let us know what you think!

October 22, 2014

We continue our stay on Georgia's coast, this time in the sunny Golden Isles region in St. Simons Island, trying for one more chance at summer before the seasons fade slowly into winter. Check out our St. Simons Island page and let us know what you think!

October 8, 2014

Check out our latest Main Street. It's Savannah, Georgia. This page marks our first Main Street in the Peach State, but there will be more to come. Take a look and let us know what you think!

September 24, 2014

We recently updated our DeLand, Florida page with new photos and an updated Directory. In an area poll, DeLand was voted Central Florida's Other Best Downtown (as compared to downtown Orlando). Also, in a recent issue of Parade Magazine, DeLand was a nominee for America's Best Main Street, the only Florida town to have this distinction. So check out our DeLand page and let us know what you think!

DeLand was also the correct answer to this week's Name That Main Street Contest. Join us on Facebook to get in on the action.

August 6, 2014

Check out our recently updated New Smyrna Beach, Florida page. It features new photos and an updated Directory. We also added coverage of the Downtown Canal Street area to our existing coverage of the Flagler Avenue area.

New Smyrna Beach was the correct answer to this week's Name That Main Street Contest. Join us on Facebook to get in on the action.

July 7, 2014

We conclude our tour of California with one last stop. This time we make our way into the Santa Ynez Valley to visit the Danish Village of Solvang.

May 19, 2014

We continue our way up the coast in California. Hop off the 101 and check out our latest Main Street. Beautiful downtown Santa Barbara.

March 17, 2014

It's been awhile, but we're back. This time we head inland for our latest Main Street. We're featuring Pasadena in sunny Southern California.

Oh yeah, did we forget to mention? You can now follow us on Twitter. We're @DMSMainStreets.

January 8, 2014

Happy New Year from Destination Main Streets. With the deep freeze that has swept through the nation, try your best to think warm thoughts. Speaking of which, you'll be California Dreaming when you check out our latest Main Street, Melrose Avenue in West Los Angeles.

Don't forget, you can now follow us on Twitter. We're @DMSMainStreets.

December 18, 2013

Merry Christmas from Destination Main Streets and sunny Surf City, USA. Our next stop on the West Coast takes us to Huntington Beach, California, known for its surfing culture, its 1,850 foot pier, and of course, its beautiful Main Street. Check it out, and let us know what you think!

Don't forget, you can now follow us on Twitter. We're @DMSMainStreets.

Also, you can take a "Photo Tour" of Huntington Beach!!! Click on the first picture on the Huntington Beach page and then click on the right arrows to take a photo tour of Huntington Beach, California.

December 2, 2013

We're continuing our trek up the west coast. Next stop, La Jolla, California. La Jolla and it's beautiful cove can be found just north of downtown San Diego. We'll be adding more Main Streets from California in the weeks ahead as we make our way up the coast. Check out our La Jolla page, and let us know what you think! And don't forget, you can follow us on Facebook or Twitter for more updates.

Brand New!!! Take a "Photo Tour" of La Jolla!!! Click on the first picture on the La Jolla page and then click on the right arrows to take a photo tour of La Jolla, California. Please let us know what you think!

November 11, 2013

Greetings from the Golden State!!! We've added our first Main Street in California. Coronado is just a short hop across the Bay Bridge from sunny San Diego. We'll be adding more Main Streets from California in the weeks ahead as we make our way up the coast. Check out our Coronado page and let us know what you think! And don't forget, you can follow us on Facebook or Twitter for more updates.

October 29, 2013

It's been a while but we've added our first town to the site in many months. Check out Micanopy, Florida, an antiques destination known as "the little town that time forgot."

October 21, 2013

It's been a long and busy summer, but we're back. And it's time to celebrate. What better place to do it in than Celebration, Florida. We've updated our page for Celebration Town Center, including an updated Directory and a new and improved Photo Gallery. Check it out and let us know what you think!!!

May 20, 2013

Summer is almost upon us and coming up is Memorial Day Weekend. If you're looking for something to do, consider Dunedin and its Main Street, which happens to be the latest addition on our site. And don't forget its beaches too!

March 25, 2013

It's hard to believe it's been almost three months but we're finally back with a new Main Street. Check out Downtown Sarasota on Florida's beautiful Gulf Coast. Enjoy!

December 21, 2012

Happy Holidays everyone. If you need to do a little last minute shopping, check out St. Augustine, Florida--the latest addition to Destination Main Streets!

November 19, 2012

It's almost Thanksgiving and you know what that means. Black Friday and the Christmas shopping season is upon us. Here's a new page added to get you in the mood. Check out downtown Stuart on Florida's beautiful Treasure Coast.

October 8, 2012

Take a trip to Greece without even leaving the state...of Florida that is. Visit Tarpon Springs. And while you're there, buy a sponge. They sell lots of them at the Sponge Docks. And you'll find plenty of antiques Downtown. So check out our latest addition and let us know what you think!!!

August 29, 2012

Just in time for Labor Day Weekend! Visit our Delray Beach page to learn more about sunny Delray Beach in sunny South Florida. And we've added a new feature. We had so many photos to choose from, that we added an Additional Photos section to give you a better idea of the town before you visit. And yes, you can click on the photos to blow them up. As always, you can follow us on Facebook or Twitter for more updates. So please check out the Delray Beach page and let us know what you think!

August 8, 2012

It's been some time, but we've finally added our first new page in a long while. St. Armands Circle, located in Sarasota, Florida, is just one of the many Main Streets we'll be adding to the site in the next few months. And we've added a new feature as well, starting with the St. Armands Circle page. You can now click on each picture to see a larger version of it. We'll be adding this feature to the existing pages as well over the next few months. You can follow us on Facebook or Twitter for more updates. So please check out the St. Armands Circle page and let us know what you think!

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