The Alice McClelland bandshell was financed by William S. McClelland a local banker, businessman, and civic leader. He constructed the bandshell in honor of his wife, Alice, and donated it to the City. The fact that the bandshell is located in Ferran Park, the first public park in Eustis circa 1918, adds to the historical, cultural, and social context in which the bandshell was built and used. The bandshell was designed by Alan J. MacDonough in the Mediterranean Revival style of architecture. The structure is a good example of parabolic acoustical design and one of the two remaining historic bandshells in Florida. The Alice B. McClelland Memorial Bandshell is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
200 Ferran Park Drive, Eustis, FL, 32726