Walt Disney World and Universal Studios are major theme parks located in Orlando. They have attractions that will keep you busy for most of your trip, but there is more to Orlando than the Disney and Universal theme parks. I am going to share with you some must dos on your next trip to Orlando.
Kennedy Space Center: The shuttle launch experience allows visitors to experience the unique sights, sounds, and sensations of a space launch.
Journey to Mars, Cosmic Quest, IMAX Science on a Sphere and many more
55-minute drive from Orlando
Merritt Island: If fishing, bird tours and hiking interests you then a trip to Merritt Island is a must.
Bird watching is best October to April.
Orlando Museum of Art (OMA) omart.org
Orlando Science Center osc.org
Holocaust Memorial & Edu Center
Off the Beaten Path
Forever Florida zipline: take a tour on horseback or fly above he trees on a zipline foreverflorida.com
Boggy Creek Airboat Rides: speed through the wetlands and marshes of the headwaters of the Florida Everglades
There are many golf courses in Orlando, four of the best are located at Disney. If you are interested in golfing you will have plenty of options for tee time.
Things to do at Night
SAK Comedy Club
Mad Cow Theatre
House of Blues
Hard Rock Live
The Plaza Live
Mango’s Tropical Café
Wantilan Luau Dinner Show
Outta Control Magic Comedy
Capone’s Dinner & Show
Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue
Sleuth’s Mystery Dinner
Pirate’s Dinner Adventure
There are tons of hotel accommodations in Orlando to meet any needs you may have and budget. My personal favorite is the Hyatt Regency & Conference Center. The rooms and staff were top notch. Have you been or are planning to visit Orlando? Tell us your experience in the comments section below.