Named after William of Orange, you could be forgiven for thinking you are in Holland while in Orange City. Named Holland originally, Orange City is famous for hosting the Tulip Festival with great fervor each May for three days. The city maintains its old-world Dutch charm through a number of historic structures and storefront architecture. Many of the buildings possess typically Dutch architectural elements. Today, this city has still retained its vibe and continues to enthrall all visitors with its quaint café-bars, cobbled paths and leafy avenues. For history buffs, it is home to the Dutch American Heritage Museum, and families can enjoy attractions like the beautiful Windmill Park.