One of Orlando’s largest and most popular theme parks, SeaWorld is an aquatic-themed park filled with marine animal shows,...
This water park filled with tropical greenery offers a vague sense of Polynesia. Visitors come here to play and float about in lazy...
World of Chocolate Museum & Cafe
History of chocolate, giant chocolate sculptures and chocolate tasting. The cafe and shop do not require admission.
Regal Point Orlando Stadium and IMAX
Cineplex in the tourist district of International Dr.
A friendly, cool and quiet restaurant, with gilded Thai decor and some tables with traditional floor seating. Good food, but...
6000 Discovery Cove Way · interesting places nearby
Discovery Cove information
At Discovery Cove, guests spend the day snorkeling in a fish and ray-filled reef, floating on a lazy river through an aviary, and simply relaxing in an intimate tropical sanctuary of white-sand beaches. For an added price beyond the Resort Only package, you can swim with dolphins and walk along the sea floor. It may seem like a fun idea, but since the early 1990s, there has been a growing controversy regarding the ethics of dolphin captivity for the purposes of public display and human interaction.
Both animal welfare groups and marine scientists have come out against the practice claiming it is debilitating and stressful for these sensitive and complex creatures.