There are hundreds of entertainment options in the Orlando area—you just have to know where to start. The following information is merely the tip of this great iceberg o’ fun. Royale Parc Suites provides you and your family with ideal accommodations to plan your day of activity. Visit our information desk for the transportation and ticket information you need to make the best of your vacation.
Citrus Tower, located in Clermont, offers a panoramic view of rolling hills, spring-fed lakes and citrus trees from any of three Tower Observation Decks. The Tower offers in-season fresh citrus fruit for sale, either to take along or for gift shipments. A restaurant and gift shop are also on the grounds.
Discovery Cove, located across from the SeaWorld® Orlando attraction, is a tropical paradise where guests can swim with dolphins, snorkel with fish and hand-feed exotic birds. Discovery Cove is an all-inclusive, reservations-only adventure that includes a full day of activities plus a seven-consecutive-day pass to either SeaWorld Orlando or Busch Gardens Tampa Bay.
Drivetech Racing School, at USA International Speedway in Lakeland, gives racing fans the opportunity to get behind the wheel of an authentic NASCAR racecar. Guests race like the pros as they drive the laps drafting, passing and leading as they set their own pace around the track.
Fantasy of Flight, in Polk City, invites guests to explore the romance and nostalgia of flight in self-guided “immersion” experiences that lead guests through the history of aviation The North Hangar displays part of the world’s largest private collection of vintage aircraft. Flight simulators, Back-Lot tours, hot-air balloon flights and open cockpit biplane rides are available.
Gatorland is home to thousands of alligators and crocodiles, some of which have appeared in movies, television shows and commercials. The 55-year-old park combines a petting zoo, bird sanctuary, mini-water park, eco-tour and action-packed outdoor entertainment, including daily alligator wrestlin’ shows.
Green Meadows Petting Farm features a two-hour guided tour of 300 farm animals. Visitors are encouraged to have a first-hand experience by petting the animals, taking train and hay rides, milking a cow and riding a pony. Picnic areas are available.
Hard Rock® Vault offers fans the opportunity to get up close and personal with some of the most amazing rock’n’roll memorabilia in the world. Visitors at this attraction in Orlando are immersed in the ultimate listening experience, travel through time on a guided tour or venture through interactive displays in this 17,000-square-foot facility.
Historic Bok Sanctuary, located in Lake Wales, offers visitors157-acres of lush subtropical gardens on the highest point in peninsular Florida and features a world-famous, 57-bell carillon housed in a 205-foot tall tower. The Visitor Center has a café, gift shop, exhibit gallery and theater.
The Holy Land Experience re-creates the city of Jerusalem and its religious importance between the years 1450 B.C. and A.D. 66 through themed, costumed characters; dramatic enactments; and high-tech presentations. The living Biblical museum is home to the Scriptorium, a collection of biblical antiquities dating back to 2200 B.C.
Lakeridge Winery & Vineyards, located in Clermont, is Florida’s largest premium winery. Take a free tour of the winery, sample wines in the tasting room or purchase a bottle of the award-winning Lakeridge wine at the gift shop.
Richard Petty Driving Experience takes motorsports fans out of the grandstands and puts them behind the wheel of a stock car. Ride-and-drive programs on the 1-mile, tri-oval Walt Disney World Speedway and 2.5-mile Daytona International Speedway are available. Reservations requested.
Ripley's Believe It or Not! ® Orlando Odditorium, housed in a building that appears to be sinking, looks like it fell victim to one of Florida’s infamous sinkholes. Explore artifacts, collections, weird art/hobbies and interactive exhibits in 16 galleries of the odd and unusual from around the world.
SeaWorld® Orlando, the world's most popular marine life adventure park, features 200-acres (80-hectares) of sea-themed rides, including Kraken, Orlando’s longest, tallest and fastest floorless roller coaster. The recently opened Waterfront is a 5-acre (2-hectare) village infused with the sights, sounds, flavor and festivity of the most vibrant cities by the sea. Shows and animal exhibits include polar bears, killer and beluga whales, manatees, sea lions, penguins, dolphins and more.
Silver Springs, famous for its Glass-Bottom Boat ride and Jungle Cruise, encompasses the largest artesian limestone spring in the world. Other highlights include bear, panther and crocodile exhibits; a children’s petting zoo; animal shows; a historical museum; and headline concerts.
Skull Kingdom Orlando attraction is a two-story castle full of fright and fun. During the day, the show features enchanted fun for all ages. At night, the show is full of scary entertainment with live monsters, special effects, animatronics and unexpected encounters around every turn.
SkyVenture, Orlando’s high-energy vertical wind tunnel, offers indoor skydiving where visitors float on a column of air. No parachute, no jumping and no experience is necessary. Reservations suggested.
WonderWorks, Orlando’s only upside-down attraction, features more than 100 hands-on interactive exhibits. Guests can experience virtual reality and rock climbing as well as design and ride their own roller coaster.
Water Mania features 36 acres of zoomin', splashin' fun with thrill slides, wave pool volleyball and basketball courts, wooded picnic area, surf simulator and three children’s areas – Squirt Pond, Rain Train and Rain Forest. Open March to October.
Wet 'n Wild offers a variety of multi-passenger thrill rides. The Blast propels riders down a 390-foot stream with jets and gusts of water. The Storm washes riders down a towering chute, swirls them around a bowl at high speeds and tumbles them into a splash landing. Open year-round with heated pools in the cooler months.
Islands of Adventure invites guests to “live the adventure” with technologically advanced thrill rides and attractions, including The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man, The Cat in the Hat, the Jurassic Park River Adventure, The Incredible Hulk and the Dueling Dragons coasters.
Universal Studios Florida takes guests beyond the screen and into the world of television and film to "ride the movies.” Visitors can battle aliens at Men In Black Alien Attack, brave the storm at Twister…Ride It Out, ride along with Shrek and Donkey at Shrek 4-D and go behind the scenes at Nickelodeon Studios to get slimed.
Congo River Golf & Exploration Co. invites guests to this Orlando attraction to explore two beautiful 18-hole courses set in a tropical environment with caves and waterfalls. Be sure to see its 25 live alligators.
Fun Spot Action Park offers free admission and free rides for children with a paying adult. Guests can “Drive the Ride” on their multi-level go-kart tracks. Fun Spot has 17 “hands-on” action-packed rides and more than 100 games in a 10,000-square-foot (900-square-meter) arcade. Parking is free.
Fun World at Flea World in Sanford boasts more than 50 amusement rides and attractions, mini-golf, go-kart tracks and a 350-game arcade. Free entertainment is offered weekly.
Magical Midway features International Drive’s only elevated go-kart tracks for extreme action. Classic midway rides like bumper boats and bumper cars are available. Also enjoy fresh, hand-tossed pizza and Ben & Jerry’s ice cream in the snack shop.
Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf offers two challenging 18-hole courses at both of its locations. Visitors test their putting skills in a fun-filled setting of natural wonders, lavish landscaping and delightful pirate themes that offer swashbuckling fun for the whole family.
Putting Edge, located at Festival Bay on International Drive, offers visitors a fun and challenging miniature golf course that glows-in-the-dark. Each Putting Edge location offers a completely unique experience.
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