Cultural Park is a 16 acre park that contains the Cape Coral Historical Society and Museum, the Cultural Park Theatre, the Cape Coral Art League, a rose garden, and a large open multipurpose field.

Each facility contributes aspects of culture which truly make this park unique to Cape Coral. Details of each of the facilities located on site are listed below.

Cultural Park is a great place to just hang out and enjoy the Southwest Florida sunshine. If your looking for a park to just sit around in a quite neighborhood this is the park. Please note Cultural Park does not have a children’s area and playground equipment on site.


Below is a list of park amenities that are found at Jaycee Park. Please take the time to view our video of Jaycee Park as well to the right.

  • Multi-purpose Field
  • Art League
  • Historical Society & Museum


  • Rose Gardens
  • Cultural Park Theatre


Cultural Park Theatre

The Cultural Park Theatre Company is Cape Coral’s community theater, offering a creative outlet for residents interested in participating in various areas of stage-craft, including acting, directing, and backstage tasks. The 184-seat theater presents a dozen productions a year. In addition to the Main Stage productions, the company also offers Second Stage productions (original works by local writers), a summer concert series, and a film festival. For more infomation visit our website by Clicking Here.

Cape Coral Art League

Located at 516 Cultural Park Blvd, the Cape Coral Art League is a not-for-profit organization that promotes the advancement of art throughout Southwest Florida. The League offers year-round classes for adults and youth, as well as seven major art exhibits annually, workshops with world-renowned artists. Office hours are 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday, September through May. For more information, call 239-772-5657 or for more information visit our website by Clicking Here.


Cape Coral Historical Society & Museum

The Cape Coral Historical Museum, located at 544 Cultural Park Boulevard, is dedicated to recording, preserving and displaying the history of the City of Cape Coral. In addition to a picture display of the history of Cape Coral, there is also a large mural of the former Cape Coral Gardens (Rose Garden), a Native American Room, a Military Exhibit, an authentic Cracker House and much more depicting Cape Coral from the earliest days until the present day. The Museum is open on Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday from 1:00-4:00 p.m. Admission is a $2 donation and children are free. For more information, call 239-772-7037 or visit our website by Clicking Here.

Opening Hours


10 AM - 5PM


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10 AM - 5PM


10 AM - 5PM


10 AM - 5PM


11 AM - 3 PM


11 AM - 3 PM

Performance on Weekends


Our Address:

516 Cultural Park Blvd, Cape Coral, FL 33990


26.642216, -81.9593182