Things to do in Orlando, Orlando
Owned and designed by Owen Goodwin's family, Gatorland is one
of the oldest natural alternative attractions in Florida. Housing more
than 110-acres of theme park and wildlife preserve,
Gatorland is known internationally as the world's Alligator capital. Housing
a plethora of alligators, crocodiles, and birds Gatorland is
a family-fun theme park for people of all ages. Explore many of the exciting
exhibits such as a breeding ground with
a boardwalk, swamp walk, observation tower,
petting zoo, reptilian
shows, aviary, and educational
exhibits to name a few.
Offering a wide range of entertainment for ages 21 and
up, guests can just eat a meal or dance to their hearts
content all night. Enjoy a quite lazy
evening over-looking Lake Buena Vista while watching the
lights of the water taxi's travel up and down the lake. Check out the upscale
shopping venues such as Market Place, Pleasure Island, and the West Side.
Offering a great shopping experience is the Marketplace which includes Art of
Disney, Pooh Corner, and Disney Days of Christmas. Downtown Disney also
contains shops, Legoland, hidden Mickeys, parades, and Rainforest
Cafe. Downtown Disney is a magical experience you won't want to
Kennedy Space Center
Take the chance of a life-time and visit the place where NASA sends humans and
rovers into space. A full-days experience like none other, meet one of
Kennedy's heroes, take a Mad Mission to Mars, explore a life-size
space shuttle, touch the red planet while viewing the Gemini space capsule.
Imagine, Kennedy Space Center is six times the size of Manhattan where advanced
technology is symbiotic with nature, and a home for thousands of alligators,
birds and other animal species surrounded by a wild habitat.