Walt Disney World Resort
World famous resort with four theme parks
and 22 hotels, an entertainment venue, shopping area with retail and
restaurants, a sports venue, a boardwalk, golf courses, 2 waterparks,
and more! Probably the most popular tourist resort in the world with
loads to do and see. Magic Kingdom, Epcot center, MGM Studios, and Animal Kingdom,
Pleasure Island, Downtown Disney, DisneyQuest, House of Blues, Wolfgang
Puck's, Virgin Megastore, and Cirque Du Soleil.
Magic Kingdom Park
Opened in October of 1971. One of the most famous theme parks in the
world featuring Cinderella's castle with classic rides like Pirates of
the Caribbean, Haunted Mansion, Space Mountain, Country Bear Jamboree,
Hall of Presidents, etc. Frontierland, Tomorrowland, Liberty
Square, Adventureland, and Fantasyland, Great for families with kids 10 and younger.
Universal Studios Orlando
Theme studios park features Jaws, T2,
Twister, Men In Black, etc. and various back lot sets used in the
movies. CityWalk is an entertainment venue with many restaurants, night
clubs, retails stores and a great party atmosphere. Movie theatre near
the entrance. Also Hard Rock Cafe, Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville,
Emiril's, NASCAR Cafe.
More of an adult theme park because of the
great food venues and study of world cultures. Visit France and
Italy, Norway, and Mexico at the World Showcase encompassing the lagoon.
At the front of the park is the various educational rides like Spaceship
Earth, The Living Seas, Energy, etc..
Disney's Animal Kingdom
Disney's newest theme park featuring many
animals and rides. Go early if you want to see the animals...(they are up
early to eat before the Florida sun heats things up). Tigers, bats,
giraffe, lions, baboons, much, much, more...See the Tree of
Life...and look underneath and you'll find - a Bug's Life ride/show.
Disney MGM Studios
Star Tours, Indiana Jones, Tower of
Terror, Rock and Rollercoaster, Disney movie theatre, and more movie
International Trolley and Train Museum
8990A International Dr, Orlando 32819 ·
Orange County Regional History Center
65 E Central Blvd, Orlando 32801 ·
407-897-6350LOCH HAVEN PARK. The museum is host to a wealth of Florida's
Orlando Science Center
777 E Princeton St, Orlando 32803 ·
Universal Orlando's Islands of Adventure
Voted the best theme/amusement park in the
world. Got to check this out! Featuring 2 great rollercoasters...in the
Hulk and Dueling Dragons. Maybe one of the most technically advanced
rides made is Spider-Man the ride. Amazing visuals and 3D effects.
If dinosaurs are your thing,...take a boat ride through Jurassic Park.
Seuss's Landing is for the younger kids and you won't find a straight line
anywhere in the
architecture. The Lost Continent, Toon Lagoon, and Super Hero Island are
yours for exploring all day.
SeaWorld Orlando Adventure Park
Great park for the marine biologist
wannabes....you can see various sea life in their recreated habitats.
Features killer whales, sharks, dolphins, penguins, stingrays, polar
bears, otters, sea lions, walruses, eels, and more.. Shows and
waterskiing, shops, restaurants, etc.
Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American
445 N Park Ave, Winter Park 32789 ·
Holy Land Experience
The Living Bible theme park features a
re-creation of ancient Jerusalem, craft shops, performances, food
stands, and the Temple of the Great King. Vineland Rd at Conroy Rd (I-4,
exit 78), Orlando 32811 · 407-367-2065
Part of the SeaWorld park...Come swim and play with the dolphins.
Cornell Fine Arts Museum
1000 Holt Ave, Rollins College, Winter
Park 32789-4499 · 407-646-2526
Flying Tigers Warbird Restoration Air
231 N Hoagland Blvd, Kissimmee 34741 ·
Orlando Museum of Art
2416 N Mills Ave, Orlando 32803-1483 ·
Valiant Air Command Warbird Air Museum
6600 Tico Rd, Titusville 32780 ·
14501 South Orange Blossom Trail
Orlando, FL 32837
407.855.5496 or 800.393.JAWS