Orlando is one of the few places where there are more than 2 parks to visit. It’s here where you can find SeaWorld, Universal Studios, and Disney World.
The art scene in Orlando is prominent with galleries in Cornell Fine Arts Museum and Grand Bohemian Gallery.
Entering the boardwalk you’ll find yourself in a re-creation of a 1930s-style Atlantic coastal village. The nightlife is full and booming with entertainment hot spots, street musicians, magicians, and performers for free.
For families looking for activities to do, there’s the Harry P. Leu Gardens which has a free storytelling for young children. The Orlando Public Library's Children's Library also has storytelling, arts-and-crafts activities.
There are frequent music and theatre shows in Orlando. The city might be famous for boy bands but the music is eclectic and diverse. Also a nice thing to note is that these music hot spots are near popular attractions making it that much easier to visit.
More than just popular theme parks, Orlando offers art museums, eco tours, gardens, and family friendly attractions. There’s Downtown Orlando with choice restaurants, shops and outlet stores.
From Harry Potter to Despicable Me to Spiderman, Universal Orlando resort has it all for the kid in us who secretly wants to have a taste of the world one can only see on screens and read in books.
Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom – you’ve probably had these listed consecutively on your itinerary. Well, they’re all under one roof in the Walt Disney World Resort.
Seek thrill when the creatures of the water come alive in the SeaWorld Orlando. What’s latest is Mako ™ , a 200-foot hyper coaster that’s reportedly Orlando’s tallest, longest, and fastest. Perfect treat for the kids (and adults alike) after a fun day of sea-ducation.
You definitely did not come to the Orlando Museum of Art to just see but also to experience art. With art appreciation lectures, studio classes, and award-winning art enrichment programs, the museum proves just how its visitors can join its mission to be for art.
Take a step back in time into Florida’s reconstruction of a classic town with brick streets lined with trees and shops, restaurants, and amusement attractions made for the family. It is definitely not your average theme park, unless you were expecting to be in 1986. Nonetheless, Old Town boasts of establishments and attractions that will give you magical memories from traditions that pleasurably last a lifetime.