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Things to do in Orlando

Disney's Blizzard Beach
Walt Disney World Resort
A water theme park featuring a snowstorm centrepiece. But don't worry; the water is clean and well heated. Blizzard Beach is home to the world's tallest free-fall speed slide and other aquatic pleasures.
Disney's Typhoon Lagoon
Walt Disney World Resort
A Disney water park featuring the world's largest man-made wave pool. Stretch out on the man made beach or just enjoy the lush tropical surroundings.
Disney-MGM Studios Theme Park
Walt Disney World Resort
Experience the new "Twilight Zone" Tower of Terror and Drop faster than gravity, see the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular, and many other movie themed rides.

Disney's MGM Studios

Disney World/Magic Kingdom
Walt Disney World Resort
Perhaps the most popular of all Orlando's attractions. Featuring seven magical lands, you can do such things as scream down a roller-coaster such as Space Mountain and Big Thunder Mountain, take a frightening tour through a Haunted Mansion, visit the Pirates of the Caribbean, and see the all new Tomorrowland, plus of course all your favourite Disney characters.

Disney's Magic Kingdom

Disney's Epcot
Walt Disney World Resort
Experience the scientific side of Japan, China, France, Britain, Mexico, and Italy without leaving the country. Epcot provides a fascinating day of fun and hands-on discoveries.

Disney's Epcot

Disney's Animal Kingdom
Walt Disney World Resort
On of Disney's latest Theme Parks, lets you explore the unpredictable world of animals on safari, in a prehistoric world, and at stage shows that put the jam in the jungle. Tip: Try to visit either early morning or late afternoon during the summer, as the intense heat often forces the animals to seek shady shelter.

Disney's Animal Kingdom

Disney's River Country & Discovery Island
Lake Buena Vista
White water rapids, flumes, and other water adventures await the whole family at River Country & Discovery Island. There is a zoo park with a reptile show, and a wide variety of exotic birds and mammals.
Whilst many holidaymakers come to the Orlando area mainly for the Disney theme parks, there is much more to see and do in the surrounding area an beyond. Take a look through the following attractions...

Busch Gardens
Tampa, FL 33674
The ultimate family adventure park offering an array of fascinating attractions based on exotic encounters with the African continent. A unique blend of thrilling rides, one of the country's premier zoos featuring more than 2,700 animals, live shows, restaurants, shops and games.

Busch Gardens tampa bay Florida

14501 S. Orange Blossom Trail
One of Florida's most popular with three exciting shows: Gator Jumparoo, Gator Wrestling, and Snakes of Florida. Over 5,000 alligators and crocodiles very close to you! Smoked gator ribs and deep-fried gator nuggets are served daily at Pearl's Smokehouse.


Pirates at Colossal Studios
6400 Carrier Dr.
A spectacular dinner entertainment complex featuring a unique skew-style feast, dazzling performances, pyrotechnics and amazing stunts. The food is excellent too.
Sea World
7007 Sea World Drive, Orlando
The kids would never forgive you for not taking them to Seaworld. Includes the live water adventure, Baywatch at Sea World; the polar expedition, Wild Arctic, and of course Shamu: Close Up! Killer whale breeding, research and observation facility; and other attractions and shows.

Sea World Orlando

Universal Studios
1000 Universal Studios Plaza
Movie mania brought to life. Over 40 rides, shows & movie set including Jaws, Kongfrontation, Earthquake, and The E.T. Adventure, Nickelodeon Studios, Back to the Future, The Fantastic World of Hanna-Barbera, and many more. As of the summer of 1999, Universal Studios has added the Islands of Adventure Park. This roller coaster, fun-dazzling theme park has everyone rushing to the gates!

Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure

Wet 'n Wild
6200 International Drive, Orlando
A full day of thrilling water fun and sun await you at Wet 'n Wild. Elaborate rides with death-defying curves and drops are just to get you warmed up.

It's Wet 'n' Wild


Orlando is home to 8 major shopping malls. From themed shopping boutiques to outlet malls and everything in between, this makes Orlando area a shopper's mecca.

Explore the inspired world of internationally acclaimed Albin Polasek at the Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens on the beautiful grounds of his estate. 633 Osceola Avenue, Winter Park, Florida 32789

Stroll along meandering paths shaded by ancient oaks, forests of camellias and giant camphor trees at the Harry P. Leu Gardens. Nearly fifty acres of peaceful grounds that let you enjoy "Old Florida" at a leisurely pace. . Take a guided tour of the Leu House Museum, a restored late nineteenth-century home that began as a Florida farmhouse. At the Garden House, take a quiet break and enjoy the romantic view of Lake Rowena. 1920 N. Forest Ave, Orlando, FL 32803-1537

The Mennello Museum of American Folk Art endeavors to preserve, exhibit, and interpret the Museum's outstanding permanent collection of paintings by Earl Cunningham (1893-1977). The Museum also seeks to enrich the public through special exhibitions, publications, and programs that celebrate outstanding traditional and contemporary Amercian folk artists. 900 East Princeton Street, Orlando, Florida 32803

The Orlando Museum of Art is located at 2416 North Mills Avenue, Orlando, FL 32803.


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