Visit the “Big Three” – Walt Disney World® Resort, Universal Orlando® Resort and SeaWorld® Orlando. See “The Big Three” on the Orlando destination home page for descriptions and rides that rule!’
On a nice evening, take a horse-and-carriage or bicycle rickshaw ride through downtown Orlando.
Get up close and personal with reptiles one-on-one and during exciting shows, zip line over the gator pond and enjoy thrills and chills of a different kind at Gatorland.
Visit the Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens, zipline through the park and even “adopt” an animal.
Explore the history of Orlando Regional History Center or Harry P. Leu Gardens.
Take a scenic and historically narrated boat ride through the Winter Park Chain of Lakes that departs of Interlachen near Park Avenue in downtown Wiinter Park.
Catch a spring training game at Disney’s Wide World of Sports® Complex during season February—April, or visit Ripley's Believe it or Not! or WonderWorks.
Enjoy the all-inclusive, resort-style benefits and swim with a dolphin at Discovery Cove® Orlando.
Consider one of many Florida eco safaris by foot, kayak or horseback though historically original Native American trails.
Take in an Orlando Magic game or a concert at the new, state-of-the-art Amway arena or a Broadway-style show at Bob Carr Theater for the Performing Arts, both of which are located downtown.
Shop Lake Buena Vista Village, which is beautiful at night and especially around the holidays.
Hold your hat and take an airboat ride through the Everglades, gators and all.
Tee up at almost 200 different golf courses to work on your skills or your handicap.
From beginners to advance, try wakeboarding on the motorized cableways at Orlando Water Sports Complex.
If you’re a foodie, explore Orlando’s explosive culinary scene, with everything from American to International fare by renowned chefs, like Scott Hunnel at the prestigious AAA Five Diamond award-winner Victoria & Albert's at the Grand Floridian. Another hotspot is LUMA on Park (Park Avenue) with Chef Brandon McGlamery and his seasonal dishes.
Head west on I-4 for the two famous beaches within an hour’s drive, New Smyrna and Daytona, or go east to hit Cocoa Beach and the Kennedy Space Center.
Jump out of a plane with Skydive Orlando or brave a first-time free fall experience indoors at iFly.
Get the ultimate aerial view of Orlando in all its splendor with a helicopter tour or a hot air balloon ride.
See the closing Disney fireworks show at least once during your stay; something about it is just magical.
Explore some of the smaller but charming cities like Winter Park, Bay Hill, Windermere, College Park and Baldwin Park for trendy boutiques, antiques, diverse cuisine and mom-and-pop-style shops.
Grab a cocktail and outside café seating in Thornton Park, overlooking Lake Eola, a downtown landmark for scenic strolls or a spin in one of its signature swan boats.
Visit Mount Dora and its rich arts community, and check out the growing Medical City in Lake Nona.
View the amazing sculptures and grounds of the the Albin Polasek Museum, and visit the Mennello Museum.
Witness the the world's most comprehensive collection of works by Louis Comfort Tiffany at the Morse Museum on Park Avenue in Winter Park.
Enjoy happy hour at Dexter's in Winter Park's Hannibal Square.
Visit the original home and museum of Zora Neale Hurston, one of the pre-eminent writers of twentieth-
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If you took the mix of legendary theme parks, spectacular museums, world-class entertainment and blockbuster rides and attractions, it would take about 67 days to see all that Orlando has to offer.
Beyond Orlando’s many celebrity residents, some of the best movies have been filmed here, including Oceans Eleven, Lethal Weapon 3, Out of Sight, Passenger 57, My Girl, Jaws 3-D, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, Minority Report, The Perfect Storm, Parenthood, The House on Haunted Hill, Van Helsing and 2 Fast 2 Furious.
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