Must see attractions in Orlando

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    Universal Orlando Resort

    Pedestrian-friendly Universal Orlando Resort has got spunk, spirit and attitude. With fantastic rides, excellent children's attractions and entertaining…

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    Harry P Leu Gardens

    Camelias, roses, orange groves and desert plants cover 50 acres, as well as plenty of grassy spots for a lakeside picnic. Pick up supplies at the trendy…

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    Orlando Museum of Art

    Founded in 1924, Orlando's grand center for the arts boasts a fantastic collection – both permanent and temporary – and hosts an array of adult and family…

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    Mennello Museum of American Art

    Tiny but excellent lakeside art museum featuring the work of Earl Cunningham, whose brightly colored images, a fusion of pop and folk art, leap off the…

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    Walt Disney World®

    This mega-scale park, with its own monorail, sections of eight-lane highway, and thousands of acres of rides, amusements, parks, and hotels, is larger…

  • SeaWorld

    One of Orlando’s largest theme parks, SeaWorld is an aquatic-themed park filled with marine animal shows, roller coasters and up-close sea-life encounters…

  • WonderWorks

    Housed in a hard-to-miss, upside-down building, this is yet another bright, loud, frenetic landmark trying to make its mark in Orlando. This one is a…

  • Orlando Science Center

    Changing exhibits on dinosaurs, the human body, the solar system and more offer candy-coated science education geared towards children aged five to 12. A…

  • Sea Life

    Just when you thought Orlando had every water-themed park and attraction available, along comes Sea Life (one of a chain that operates around the world)…

  • Lake Eola Park

    Pretty and shaded, this little city park sits between downtown Orlando and Thornton Park. A paved sidewalk circles the water, there's a waterfront…

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    Aquatica

    This water park filled with tropical greenery offers a sense of Polynesia. You can float about in lazy rivers, splash zones, wave pools and water slides…

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    ICON Orlando

    Orlando has got everything else that goes up and down, so why not round and around? Opened in 2017, ICON Orlando is one of International Drive's latest…

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    Titanic: the Artifact Exhibition

    Full-scale replicas of the doomed ship's interior and artifacts found at the bottom of the sea, 170 in all, including one of only two pieces of the actual…

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    Audubon Center for Birds of Prey

    Centered at a cool old house and very much off the beaten track, this little lakeside rehabilitation center for hawks, screech owls and other talon-toed…

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    Art & History Museums – Maitland

    Founded as an art colony in 1937 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this lovely little spot provides classes and studio space to area…

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    Central Florida Zoo & Botanic Gardens

    With lush surrounds, this small but satisfying zoo is set apart from the usual intensity of Orlando tourist attractions, with an excellent splash-play…

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    Orange County Regional History Center

    Orlando before Disney? Permanent exhibits cover prehistoric Florida, European exploration, race relations and citrus production, with a re-created pioneer…

  • Discovery Cove

    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…