With a bustling foodie scene and theme parks galore, there's plenty of things to do in the world's most visited city.
Orlando is a bustling hub of arts and culture. Visit any of the area’s performance venues, and you’ll find everything from local productions and Broadway shows to regional film festivals and international art exhibits.
What hasn’t been said about the vacation epicenter of the universe? With all its thrills and attractions to explore, people of every age can find something fulfilling to do in Orlando. But that’s just the beginning. Talk to residents and it’s not uncommon to find someone who hasn’t been to “the parks” in years — or has never been at all (gasp!).
Theme parks and thrill rides often take center stage in Orlando. But The City Beautiful has so much more to offer –– especially when it comes to outdoor adventures.
This leisurely pontoon tour is one of Central Florida’s longest running experiences (since 1938). Hop aboard and cruise along the Winter Park Chain of Lakes via a connection of picturesque canals.
Orlando’s 20,000-seat arena opened in 2010, and it’s spectacular. Check the venue’s schedule to see what’s on the calendar while you’re in town. The Amway Center regularly hosts headliner acts, special events, Orlando Magic NBA games, and Orlando Solar Bears ECHL hockey.
It’s where outdoor yoga, swan-boat rides, fresh produce, and puppy play dates collide. You’ll find fun in full bloom every Sunday from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. at Lake Eola Park in downtown Orlando. The weekly event is an absolute must-do, outdoor event.
Amid a nondescript industrial district south of downtown, this no-frills taproom is literally that — a long room with 24 taps along one wall. Go when the free brewery tour is offered to learn about the passion and the process that goes into creating craft beer.
Welcome to Orlando’s best indoor, seven-day-a-week farmers market! East End is packed with amazing vendors that supply everything from cold brews to local eats to sinful treats.
Try all three mountains. Launch through outer space at Space Mountain, get soaked at Splash Mountain, and climb aboard a runaway train at Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.
Test Track is a high-octane Future World family favorite. Frozen Ever After in Norway is perfect for musical fans — and complete with plunges down short waterfalls.
You have some thrilling options. Try The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror to plummet down in an elevator, or Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster to race along with Aerosmith.
Speed through the Himalayas aboard Expedition Everest and avoid the fearsome Yeti. Or, explore a bioluminescent rainforest with Na’vi Rover Journey.
Revenge of the Mummy is a tried and true classic. Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit takes first place for high-speed twists and turns. And Men in Black Alien Attack is the best family-friendly ride — and, you know, you can zap aliens.
Dudley Do-Right’s Ripsaw Falls is a joke-packed classic log flume ride. For a river raft ride with a sense of prehistoric danger, hop on Jurassic Park River Adventure. And get ready for some serious speed on The Incredible Hulk Coaster.
Plunge into the pool below on the Kala & Tai Nui drop slides alongside a friend in these intertwining tubes. Or, brave the rope bridge across a deep chasm to take on the Ohno of Ohyah drop slide.
Hop on Mako, Orlando’s tallest, fastest, and longest roller coaster. And if you want to experience flying, Manta will let you soar through the sky, superman style.
The ever-popular Dolphin Plunge lets you slide down clear tubes through a pool filled with playful dolphins. KareKare Curl is a close second with its unique vertical wave wall.
No lines, no crowds. Discovery Cove caps their attendance for a more intimate experience, so you can relax on the beach, float along Wind-Away River, and splash in Serenity Bay whenever you want.
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