The Orange Show is not so much a museum as a whole folk-art environment nestled into the space of a snug residential lot on a quiet side street. The outdoor, maze-like space - a work of handmade architecture built by one man from 1956 to 1979 - features an array of colorfully painted ironwork, tiles, mosaics, and found objects such as gears, wagon wheels, mannequins, tractor seats, and statuettes.
Hours: The center's hours vary seasonally; call for exact dates and times. Spring: Sat-Sun 12n-5pm. Summer: Wed-Fri 9am-1pm; Sat-Sun 12n-5pm. Fall: Sat-Sun 12n-5pm. Office hours: Mon-Fri 9:30am-5:30pm.
The Orange Show also organizes the annual Art Car Weekend and Parade.