1. Walt Disney World
Walt Disney World is Florida's most popular family attraction which is exciting for both children and adults. Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Epcot Theme Park, and Disney's Hollywood Studios are the four main theme parks which can keep you entertained for days. Disney Springs is an area that caters to a more adult crowd, with shopping, restaurants, theaters, and music venues. There are plenty of beautiful resorts, golf courses, and even a few water parks.
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The multi-day tickets include an additional complimentary admission to one of the following Disney Experiences!!
- Day at a Water Park! Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park or Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park
- Round of Golf! Disney’s Winter Summerland or Disney’s Fantasia Gardens Miniature Golf Courses (before 4 p.m.), or A round of golf at Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course, our 9-hole walking course.
For advance purchase of specially priced Disney Meeting/Convention Theme Park tickets, please call 407-566-5600 or CLICK HERE. Please note the cut-off date for advance purchase savings is October 29, 2016.
2. Universal Studios
This is a movie-themed park which was designed in consultation with Steven Spielberg and includes both Islands of Adventure and Universal. A few main attractions include the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, a real film and production facility, and the Transformers ride. City Walk is where you can find plenty of dining, shopping, and entertainment options. There is a movie theater, live music, and exciting performers including the famous Blue Man Group.
3. Discovery Cove
This is a unique experience in which you have the opportunity to swim with dolphins, pet stingrays, or even go on an underwater walking tour. You can also float down a lazy river through an aviary, or paddle around in the Grand Reef and get up close to the tropical fish.
4. La Nouba
A Cirque Du Soleil performance which is located at the Walt Disney Resort, this show will keep you on the edge of your seat. The performers dress in dazzling costumes and perform daring acts such as the high wire, flying trapeze, the trampoline, and aerial ballet. This is a must-see show that has received brilliant reviews.
5. The Great Escape Room
Challenge your brain with this real-life room escape game inspired by computer and phone escape games. You have 60 minutes to work with a team to find clues and solve puzzles in order to get out. Only 20% of people can get through the game, try it to find out if you're one of them.
If you are interested in getting up close and personal with alligators and other exotic wildlife, visit Gatorland. There are also crocodiles, an aviary, a petting zoo, and a few rare white alligators. You can also enjoy the zipline, watch one of a kind animal shows, or learn what it takes to be a gator trainer.
7. Orlando Museum of Art
For the art buff, this musem will inspire you with it's collections of American, African, and ancient American artwork. There are also exciting exhibits such as All About Warhol, and guided tours for those who want to learn more about each piece.
8. Madame Tussauds
Pose with your favorite celebrities and sports legends during this interactive wax experience. You can learn all the steps that it takes to create figures as detailed as these, and you can even have your own hand cast in wax as a souvenir. Some figures that you can pose with include Leonardo DiCaprio, David Beckham, and Marilyn Monroe.
9. Premium Outlets
If you're looking to grab some deals, you can save 25-65% at the Orlando International outlets. There are plenty of stores to choose from including Coach, Michael Kors, Victoria's Secret, and Nike. There are also a lot of great restaurants in the area to grab lunch during your shopping break.
10. Orlando Science Center
This is one of America's top hands-on learning centers where there are hundreds of exhibits, programs, and films. The Crosby Observatory is home to one of the largest refractor telescopes in the state. Some of the exhibits include DinoDigs, and Our Planet, Our Universe. It's an interesting and valuable experience for both adults and children.