Buckeye Building

The Buckeye Building was built by George Sebring in 1822.

The beautiful architect of the building has become a landmark of downtown Sebring Florida.  The building was recently restored / upgraded and compliments its surrounding.

The building is located on the north east side of the “circle” in the middle of Sebring.

Downtown Sebring

Downtown SebringDowntown Sebring may just have what you are looking for.  Whether you are looking for things to do, places to eat, shop or any services you may need Downtown Sebring.com has it all.  The “city on the circle”.

Simply click on a category for a list of businesses, hours and information. If something on the right column strikes your interest be sure to click on it for an article, hours of operations, images and a link to their website.

We want to save you time and money so make sure you check out our coupon sections. Don’t worry about the need to print the coupons you can just use your smart phone to show the coupon to most businesses for the discount.

Visit Downtown Sebring

Sebring Train Station

Sebring Train Station

The Sebring Train Station ( Amtrak train station ) is on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

The Train Station was constructed in 1924 by the Seaboard Air Line Railway.

The Train Station is located just east of Downtown Sebring Florida on East Center Avenue.  Also, visit the Train Station in Downtown Avon Park.

Sebring Train Station

Local GiveAway

Local GiveAway
New GiveAway starts in July

giveaway

It’s free to enter

Support your local businesses

Be sure to watch for the next GiveAway starting in July.  Join the fun and play for a chance to win great local prizes.

“Downtowns by Verabay”


Sebring in Bloom

Florida has an astounding variety of species with over 2,700 native plant species, 700 vertebrates and over 30,000 invertebrates.

An amazing number of native plants are found in Florida.  The Florida Department of Environmental Protection defines ‘native’ as a species that occurred in Florida prior to European colonizations during the 16th century.

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