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In Orlando, visitors both young and young at heart can immerse themselves in open-air adventures at the world’s top theme parks! Whether it’s the magic of Walt Disney World® Resort, endless excitement at Universal Orlando Resort, an aquatic wonderland at SeaWorld® Orlando, or building family fun at LEGOLAND® Florida Resort, Orlando has theme parks that are perfect for you. Orlando’s theme parks continually have new projects on the horizon, too, so even the most frequent visitors will always find fresh ways to create lasting memories, year after year, in Orlando: Theme Park Capital of the World!
Universal's Islands of Adventure
For rollercoaster fans, the best spot in the area! A classic you can’t miss.
Universal Studios Florida
Universal Studios Florida is a theme park located in Orlando, Florida. Primarily themed to movies, television and other aspects of the entertainment industry, the park opened to the public on June 7, 1990. It is owned and operated by NBCUniversal and features numerous rides, attractions and live shows
Located in Orlando, Florida, SeaWorld Orlando is a marine zoological park and amusement park. With the addition of Aquatica and Discovery Cove, SeaWorld Parks and Resorts Orlando is formed. SeaWorld Orlando was the tenth most popular theme park in the United States in 2018 with an estimated 4.594 million visitors.
Disney's Hollywood Studios
Formerly known as Disney-MGM Studios, is a theme park located at the Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA that opened on May 1, 1989. One hundred thirty-five acres (546,000 m²) in size, the parks' theme is Hollywood classic movies and popular TV entertainment.
Disney's Animal Kingdom
An amazing theme park for families and travelers of all ages! Live animals, roller coasters. and tons of great food options as well, this is a place you can easily spend the entire day enjoying!
This is the reason why we all go to Disney. Here is when adults can become kids and enjoy their time with their kids.
150-acre theme park with more than 50 rides, shows and attractions inspired by popular LEGO® brands and characters plus LEGOLAND Water Park
Splash Into a Vibrant Aquatic World of Sandy Beaches and The Most Waterslides in Orlando. World's Tallest Dueling Racer, Riptide Race Is Now Open!
A spectacular volcano towering over a sun swept beach. Swaying palm trees lining your path through a picturesque island escape. It’s a South Seas oasis right in the heart of Universal. From thrilling water slides to secluded waterfalls, Volcano Bay is a water theme park like no other
Art, Museums, Theaters
Everyone knows that Orlando is a magical place where you can enjoy fantastic lands, endless adventures and wondrous experiences you won’t find anywhere else. But with more than 12,000 years of documented history that includes Indigenous settlers, astronauts, African-American trailblazers, artistic visionaries and more, as well as robust regional support for the arts, Orlando has also emerged as a top destination for cultural tourists.
Orlando Museum of Art
Located in the heart of the Mills 50 District in beautiful Loch Haven Park, the Orlando Museum of Art nestles itself among age-old oak trees and sprawling green lawns, perfect for a picnic. Housing a diverse collection of art in all media, the museum prides itself on its recent emphasis on contemporary collections. At least 12 exhibitions, sure to appeal to any art lover, rotate through annually, and recently, the works of children’s book author-illustrator Eric Rohmann graced the walls of the museum as well as an exhibition brimming with paintings and artwork spanning over 200 years.
Orlando Science Center
Experience roof-shattering winds of a Category 1 Hurricane, get up close and personal with some of Florida’s native inhabitants such as live alligators, or gaze at the Rings of Saturn with Florida’s largest publicly accessible refractor telescope when you spend the day visiting the Orlando Science Center.
With four floors of hands-on science beckoning visitors to explore, thrill seekers can instantly go to the depths of the ocean with sense-altering 3D movies in the astounding 8,000-square-foot (743-square-meter) Cinedome, while movie buffs can enjoy Hollywood films in a unique 3D experience. The Orlando Science Center offers an array of visiting exhibits and events as well, such as The Science of Wine and Science Night Live.
Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
Since opening in 2014, Dr. Phillips Center has been named one of Travel + Leisure magazine’s “25 New Tourist Attractions Worth Adding to Your Bucket List” and one of Southern Living magazine’s “50 Best Places in the South Now.” True to its vision, Arts For Every Life®, it’s become a hub for the best international and local artists representing virtually every genre of the performing arts.
Originally built in 1935 as a single-screen cinema, the Garden Theatre was the first in Central Florida built for "talkies," and was a gathering place for locals to watch the latest newsreels and films of the day. Through the tireless efforts of the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation, the restored Garden Theatre reopened in February 2008, and with over 450 events per season, has quickly become a shining star on Plant Street. The Garden Theatre brings a cultural performing arts center to Winter Garden, a town with unparalleled charm in Central Florida. This achievement is revitalizing the downtown historic district and bringing a nostalgic sense of community back to the citizens of Winter Garden.
Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
With a collection of over 200 works by the award-winning, internationally recognized Czech-born sculptor Albin Polasek, the museum not only offers a reprieve for art lovers but nature lovers as well. Located on beautiful Lake Osceola, the sculptor’s home, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, sits amid breathtaking grounds. Take a guided tour through the three-acre sculpture gardens, find serenity in the chapel, or simply linger along the tree-lined paths while enjoying one of Central Florida’s spectacular sun-filled days.
Looking for playing golf ? Orlando is your place. Enjoy playing in the most beatuiful and challenging courses.
With some recent renovations and rejuvenated course conditions, Falcons Fire Golf Club earned recognition for the Best Public Golf Course in Orlando 2019. Falcon's Fire was barely edged out for the top spot by Orange County National this year, but easily remains a Top 5 Orlando golf course. The Rees Jones Signature designed Falcon's Fire Golf Club features 6,901 yards of classic architecture, an exquisitely maintained course and year round playing conditions. With its classic golf course design, unique terrain and year-round tournament playing conditions, Falcons Fire Golf Club is arguably one of the top Orlando golf courses.
Highly regarded as a first-class golf resort, ChampionsGate Golf Club is home to both the National and International Courses. Greg Norman-designed the 36 holes of golf to offer golfers a blend of tradition and modern elements and to create a unique golf experience. ChampionsGate once again earns designation as a Top 10 Orlando golf course. The International course at Champions Gate offers a golf experience unlike any other in the Orlando area, but one that will be familiar to those who have played the links courses of Scotland and Ireland. A great venue for 36 holes in one day. The International course provides a stern test of golf.
This is not your typical Orlando golf course! Highlands Reserve sits atop one of the highest areas of Florida and offers remarkable scenery along with a course designed for hot Orlando golf. This championship Mike Dasher design gives you pine tree-lined fairways reminiscent of the Carolinas, open spacious fairways likened to the great Scottish courses, and a bit of old Florida with citrus trees along the countryside. Large, fast, undulating greens make this Orlando golf course challenging and fun for all levels of golfers. Conveniently located just minutes from Disney and all major attractions, Highlands Reserve Golf Club is a Central Florida favorite!
Tranquilo Golf Course at Four Seasons Resort Orlando
Tranquilo Golf Club at Four Seasons Orlando is the newest addition to the Orlando golf landscape. The price tag may scare most people off, but the quality of conditions can not be denied. Formerly Disney’s Osprey Ridge golf course, the original Tom Fazio layout was redesigned, renovated and revitalized resulting in a new, enhanced golf experience. Surrounded by native wildlife in a secluded, tranquil setting, golfers will be challenged by topography unique to central Florida. Tranquilo Golf Club features varying elevation changes unique to Florida and meticulous fairways meandering through wetlands and Southern Live Oak trees.
Southern Dunes Golf and Country Club
We invite you to play the award winning Southern Dunes Golf & Country Club. Of all the great Orlando golf courses in the Central Florida area, Steve Smyer's creation at Southern Dunes may be the most unique. Central Florida has an abundance of courses that typify the style generally found in the state, however, not very often can locals and tourists find a course in Florida that has such unique topography to it. This dramatic hillside layout stretches to over 7,200 yards and features 100 ft. of elevation change, large undulating greens, massive high lipped bunkers, Dunes that are covered with high grasses and ornamentals, which form borders that tumble with the terrain.