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100 Seriously Fun Things To Do in Orlando for Adults

Move over kids, its time for the grown ups to have some fun! Yes, Orlando is a fairytale wonderland for the little ones, but the city offers tons of fun for the big kids too, seriously, get ready to dive into our 100 best things to do in Orlando for adults!

The Best Things To Do in Orlando for Adults

Who says the kids get to have all the fun, Orlando has lots of grown up fun to experience! From romantic to adventurous, thrilling to risque, you'll discover a massive choice of big kid fun throughout Central Florida to keep you entertained, and yes, its ok to still love Magic kingdom!!

Here we've curated the ultimate list of things to do in Orlando for adults, enjoy!

100 Of The Best Things To Do In Orlando For Adults

Island H2O Water Park

Cool Off In An Orlando Water Park

Top of the list for all ages has to the amazing water parks here in Orlando! Trust us, one of the best things to do in Orlando during the crazy hot summer days is to chill at an Orlando water park.

1: Typhoon Lagoon at Walt Disney World

Whether you are navigating the nine exhilarating waterslides and streams or conquering one of the world's largest artificially created waves, Typhoon Lagoon promises the most wild, wonderful and wet water adventure known to man or fish.

2: Volcano Bay at Universal Orlando

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 at Universal Orlando is a water theme park like no other. We’ve taken care of the lines so you don’t have to worry about them.

3: Aquatica Orlando

Picture a vibrant aquatic landscape, splashed with South Seas spirit and dotted with towering, colorful slides. High-speed adventures get your heart racing, while white-sand beaches offer the perfect spot to slow down. What you’re imagining is Aquatica. It’s more than a water park, with something for everyone and surprises around every corner.

4: Island H2O Water Park

Island H2O Water Park is Orlando's most immersive and technologically advanced water park, located at Margaritaville Resort Orlando, you'll discover over 20 experiences, including several exhilarating drop slides, a lazy river, a wave pool, and more.

5: Adventure Island at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay

Located right across the street from Busch Gardens Tampa, Adventure Island is 30 acres of water-drenched fun in the sun featuring the ultimate combination of high-speed thrills and tropical, tranquil surroundings.

6: Go Tubing At Kelly Park

Immerse yourself in the beauty of a natural spring only 35 minutes north of downtown Orlando. Rock Springs Run State Reserve is a natural oasis with several opportunities for aquatic exploration. Arrive bright and early to go tubing at Kelly Park, where you can float along a free-flowing natural spring. It’s nature’s lazy river, with water that remains a refreshing 68 degrees year-round.

7: Chill Out At Ice Bar Orlando

Located on International Drive, ICEBAR Orlando is the most popular year-round ice bar in the world! In addition to spectacular ice sculptures, everything from the seating to your shot glass is made out of hand-carved ice. After chilling at the ICEBAR, warm up in the Fire Lounge with fresh signature cocktails, mouth-watering menu, nightly specials, live DJs, and VIP bottle service.

Old Town Kissimmee

8: Step Back In Time At Old Town

Relax as you stroll through Old Town in Kissimmee, featuring 18-acres of beautiful, tree-lined brick streets and discover over 70 affordable shops and unique restaurants, plus enjoy free weekly events, live music, cars shows and more.

9: Fly High On I-Drive at iFLY Orlando

Discover the dream of flight at iFLY Orlando! Experience the true free fall conditions of skydiving without jumping from an airplane. iFLY's vertical wind tunnel technology creates a wall-to-wall cushion of air on which you can safely float.

There’s no parachute, no jumping and nothing attaching you to planet Earth. It’s just you and the air. Super fun, super safe, and super cool! Children as young as three, to adults as old (or young at heart) as 103 can fly with us. It’s safe for kids, challenging for adults and realistic for skydivers. They provide all the gear and a personal instructor will guide you through your flight.

House Of Blues Orlando

9: Check Out Orlando's Music Scene

Orlando has an eclectic music scene, with a whole world of music being performed every night by local upcoming artists, the latest touring bands and international superstars. On any given night you can tune into musical styles from rock, country, jazz and easy listening to indie, techno, hip-hop, reggae and punk.


See concerts in intimate venues including small clubs and cozy pubs to huge indoor arenas. Venues include Will's Pub, The Plaza Live, House Of Blues, Hard Rock lIVE, Kia Center, and many more.

Make sure you check out our latest concert news to plan your rock out night out.

10: Experience Bioluminescent Kayaking Under The Stars

Explore Orlando by Kayak with Adventures in Florida. Paddle side-by-side as you watch the sunset, and then under the light of the full moon with the water all around you lit up in a magical way, experience natures magic on the Bioluminescence kayaking trip.

An experienced guide heads the tour, and all kayaking equipment is provided, as well as snacks and refreshments. This is the closest bioluminescence paddle to Orlando!

Take In A Live Performance At Judson’s Live

Judson’s Live is an intimate music space inspired by the world’s most legendary listening rooms, Judson’s Live is where atmosphere, acoustics and culinary excellence collide, bringing unheard-of listening experiences (with unrivaled cocktails and sharable plates to match.)

The attitude is low-key, highly creative and always with a stylish slant. On select nights, guests can experience Judson’s Live and discover new music all at a price suited for our most important audience – everyone.

Orlando Science Center -  Science Night Live

11: Enjoy Science For Grown-Ups at Science Night Live

Science isn’t just for kids! Several times throughout the year, The Orlando Science Center, Orlando's hub of science and learning opens its doors after hours to big kids for Science Night Live, an adults only event.


Throughout the evening, you’ll have access to the Crosby Observatory, science exhibits, presentations and much more with wine and beer available.

Saddle Up For A Ride At Lazy H Ranch

12: Saddle Up For A Ride At Lazy H Ranch

The Lazy H Ranch offers scenic trail rides through hundreds of acres of pristine Florida ranch lands. Mosey along and ride across the Kissimmee Valley, through hundred-year-old oak hammocks and along the shores of beautiful lake Tohopekaliga. Take in the beautiful scenery while you hear the tales of Florida's cattlemen, Kissimmee's cow town heritage, and what it means to be a Florida Cracker.

Orlando Starflyer

13: Fly High On The Orlando StarFlyer

The Orlando StarFlyer is the world’s tallest stand-alone swing ride attraction standing 450 feet high. It has 24 seats (12 x 2 seats), has no age limit, has no weight limit (you must be able to fit the seat safely and fasten the seat belt/lap belt properly), and the minimum height for the ride is 44 inches which makes this a unique attraction that appeals to the young and old and the adventurous and not so adventurous

14: Be Iconic At ICON Park

ICON Park offers a unique collection of branded immersive experiences including attractions, restaurants, bars, live entertainment and shops.

ICON Park encompasses multiple, world-famous entertainment attractions, over a dozen immersive restaurants and bars, nightly live music, and an extensive shopping and outdoor marketplace – all anchored under the brilliant lights of The Orlando Eye by Merlin Entertainments.

Just a few of the famous brands that call ICON Park home include Merlin Entertainments’ Madame Tussauds and Sea Life Aquarium, Blake Shelton’s Ole Red, Darden’s Yard House, Gordon Ramsay’s Fish & Chips, The Sugar Factory, Museum of Illusions, Shake Shack, Tin Roof, Uncle Julio’s and more.

15: Be Cool - Go Ice Skating

​It might surprise you to know that right here in the heat and humidity of Central Florida, you can enjoy daily public skating sessions at the Ice Factory, the kids will love it and yes, it's really cool!

The Ice Factory is conveniently located just off of the Florida Turnpike exit 244 in Kissimmee.

16: Fore! Practice Your Swing At TopGolf

At Topgolf Orlando, enjoy our climate-controlled hitting bays for year-round comfort with HDTVs in every bay,  and throughout the sports bar and restaurant. Using complimentary clubs or your own, take aim at the giant outfield targets and our high-tech balls will score themselves.

SAK Comedy Lab Orlando

17: Laugh Out Loud At A Comedy Club

Need a good laugh? Orlando has a side-splitting choice of comedy clubs, with an electric mix of talent taking to the stage from local talent to a ssteady stream of national headliners.

SAK Comedy Lab

Taking inspiration from the cult-favorite TV show, Whose Line Is It Anyway?, SAK’s talented troupe of comedians serves up stories, songs and characters that are improvised on the spot — and always based on ideas from the audience. You might even be one of the lucky few who get selected to star on stage with the SAK Comedy Lab cast.

Funny Bone Comedy Club

At Pointe Orlando on International Drive, Funny Bone Comedy Club & Restaurant hosts a constantly evolving lineup of local talent, up-and-coming touring comedians, and national headliners.

Bonkerz Comedy Club

Enjoy some side splitting laughter at Bonkerz Comedy Club – Orlando inside The Corner! Join Bonkerz for hilarious comedy shows every Friday and Saturday night featuring Bonkerz’ comedians from TV & the Movies!

Catch The Adults Only Teatro Martini Dinner Comedy Show

18: Catch The Adults Only Teatro Martini Dinner Comedy Show

When the sun goes down at Teatro Martini Orlando, the acts get hotter, the laughs get bigger, and everything gets a whole lot crazier. Award-winning acts from around the world are sure to amaze and astound while the best of the best perform on the stage and all around you. Laugh till you can’t breathe, watch in complete amazement, and celebrate what happens when you become part of the Teatro Martini world.

This highly interactive show features variety performers from around the world, including aerialists, hoops, acrobats, juggling and the best singers, dancers and comedians you will see in one place! For guests ages 18 and older,

19: Wine, Dine & Dance At Universal Citywalk

Universal CityWalk is a lively entertainment complex at Universal Resort Orlando, and it’s FREE to enter and there is so much to explore. Parking is costly during the day, but at most times of the year, parking after 6 pm is free.

Take in the atmosphere, enjoy people watching, and ride the free water taxi to the resorts and explore, a must do is the opera filled Italian piazza at Loews’ Portofino Bay Hotel. Then, when the sun goes down you'll love the free nightly entertainment including outdoor DJ, stilt walkers and more.

20: Visit Lake Eola Park And Ride An Iconic Swan Boat at Lake Eola

Lake Eola Park is a must visit, located in the heart of Downtown Orlando, with a sidewalk that circles the lake 0.9 miles in length, making it easy for visitors to keep track of their walking or running

Relax amid beautiful flower beds and a spectacular view of Orlando’s skyline and the gorgeous Lake Eola, enjoy the swans and other birds inhabiting the park, or you can check out a free concert, movie or a play in the Walt Disney Amphitheater.

Plus, The City of Orlando rents pedal-powered swan boats on historic Lake Eola so guests can view the park from the lake and enjoy the fountain up close.

21: Challenge Each Other At Go Kart Racing

Here in Orlando we have some pretty awesome indoor kart tracks, experience the adrenaline rush of electric go-kart races with instant acceleration as you put the pedal to the metal around hairpin turns, up and down elevation changes, and foot to the floor action on long straightaways.

The karts at Andretti Karting and Games Orlando are powerful, ergonomic, safe, and environmentally friendly plus pack enough torque to take you all the way to victory lane.

Plus, K1 Speed Orlando on I-Drive offers indoor go-kart racing too, and anyone 4'10" or taller can drive their fast all-electric go-karts that can reach speeds of 45 miles per hour!

Have kids that don't meet the height requirement? No problem! They also have junior karts for kids 48" (4') or taller that can accelerate to 20 mph - much faster than those go-karts found at mini golf places. No reservation required - Arrive & Drive!

Over at Dezerland Action Park you can experience Florida's longest and fastest indoor Go Kart track at Karting Orlando.

22: Soar High Over Central Florida

Take in Central Florida's natural beauty is by flying above it aboard a hot air balloon at Airhound Adventures Hot Air Balloon Tours. You'll love will soar gently over Florida's wilderness getting a spectacular view from thousands of feet in the air.

Enjoy a beautiful sunrise over Orlando while sipping champagne, for the most romantic way ever to start your day together.

23: Indulge In A Spa Day

Indulge in a spa day, where you can get soothed, refreshed, rubbed and scrubbed at some of the most amazing spas anywhere.


In Orlando’s International Drive area you can experience many upscale resort spas, for example at Hilton Orlando you can indulge with locally inspired therapies at Eforea Spa while The Spa at Hyatt Regency Orlando offers a refined oasis in the heart of Orlando’s main tourism area.Also, The Ritz-Carlton Spa Orlando, Grande Lakes provides bespoke treatments using herbs grown in The Ritz-Carlton Orlando's s very own garden! The Spa at Rosen Shingle Creek offers restorative treatments that draw on Florida’s indigenous flora. 

Universal Orlando Resort hosts the world famous Mandara Spa at Loews Portofino Bay Hotel, while at Walt Disney World check out Senses, A Disney Spa, designed to delight the senses. Another fabulous spa awaits at Four Seasons Resort Orlando and for the ultimate indulgence, the Waldorf Waldorf Astoria Orlando Spa boasts a treatment using gold-enriched creams and precious stones.

Wild Florida Airboat Ride

24: See Natural Florida First-Hand Aboard An Airboat Ride

Travel the beautiful wetlands at Wild Florida and see natural Florida first-hand. 100% pure Florida wilderness at its finest. Come explore the real Florida and the Headwaters of the Florida Everglades.

Boggy Creek Airboat Tours is set in an enchanted 32 acre landscaped park with lighted brick pathways along the shore of a beautiful lake where nature is abound. Experience the ultimate outdoor fun under a canopy of majestic oak trees. View juvenile alligators for an up-close and personal view of Florida favorite reptile.

Orlando’s highest-rated Airboat Ride company is Spirit of the Swamp. Marvel at the beautiful Florida scenery that includes Florida’s most famous resident - the Alligator!

Kissimmee Swamp Tours offers Real Florida Airboat Tours in Real Florida Swamps and protected wetlands where there is an abundant amount of wildlife.

Black Hammock Adventures is an exciting "Real Florida" lakeside experience like nowhere else just outside the City Beautiful, Orlando! Their airboat rides will take you on a thrilling exploration of Lake Jesup which has the largest alligator population in Florida.

Catboat Escapes

25: Enjoy A Relaxing Tour On Clermont's Chain Of Lakes!

This isn’t your typical watercraft - and it isn't your typical lake cruise either: At Catboat Escapes you'll be captaining your own personal catamaran across some of the cleanest waterways in all of Florida - pushing the throttle at up to 25MPH while enjoying some of the best scenery you can find during a 2 hour adventure out on the Clermont Chain of lakes.

Over the course of your tour, expect to see breathtaking waterways, Lake Minnehaha, tons of flora and fauna, and learn the significance of being at the top of the Florida peninsula. It’s like your own personal Jungle Cruise.

26: Cheers To A Lakeridge Winery Tour

FREE Guided Tours and Tasting are offered 7 days a week starting at 10 am each day, with the last tour offered at 4 pm. Tours usually run every 30-40 minutes and begin with a 10 minute video presentation, which guides you through the entire wine making process and the history of Florida wine.

Your personal Tour Guide will then show you the winemaking area and the spectacular view of the vineyards where the grapes are grown and harvested. The guided Wine tasting offers a selection of award winning wines ranging from dry to sweet, and also sparkling. The winery tour and wine tasting lasts approximately 45 minutes.

Visit Winter Garden

27: Visit Winter Garden

Nestled on beautiful Lake Apopka about 20 minutes west of Orlando, this former citrus town established in 1908 is known for its many recreational amenities, events and historical assets.

Winter Garden is home to the Garden Theatre, the SoBo Gallery and Art Center, several museums and the Downtown Pavilion, which is home to the Winter Garden Farmers Market that is held every Saturday morning.

Mortem Manor at Old Town Kissimmee

28: Be Scared All year Round At Mortem Manor

Located in Old Town Kissimmee, Mortem Manor is the only year-round haunted attraction! Named "One of America's Scariest Haunted Attractions".

Journey through Mortem Manor, two floors of an old victorian themed haunted attraction filled with scares, thrills and fun. Featuring live actors, animatronics and state-of-the-art special effects.

29: Relax Aboard The Winter Park Scenic Boat Tour

The Winter Park Scenic Boat Tour, located on Lake Osceola in the quiet suburb less than 10 minutes from downtown Orlando, the boat tour offers hour-long, guided cruises through narrow manmade canals on the tranquil Winter Park chain.

Beer Spa Orlando

30: Cheers To A Beer Spa

Beer Spa located on I-Drive serves frosty mugs of local brews as you unwind in their signature beer-soak hot tubs. The latter get filled with beer’s main ingredients — water, hops, malt and brewer’s yeast — which helps to relax tight muscles, purify the skin, lock in moisture and reduce stress. Admission also includes unlimited beer from self-service taps located right next to your tub.

Outlet shopping in Orlando

31: Shop Till You Drop

Who doesn't love to shop, and here in Orlando you will discover a shoppers paradise with lots of choices to treat your date.

A very popular spot is Disney Springs where you can shop till you drop, with everything Disney branded you can imagine and more, plus enjoy the Coca-Cola Store, LEGO Store, M & M World, Ron Jon's Surf Shop, and household retailers including Levi, Coach, Joe Malone, Kate Spade and many, many more!

Obviously outlet shopping is very popular here in Orlando and we're lucky to have our fair share of outlets, including Orlando Premium Outlets which has two huge locations featuring over 360 stores all offering amazing savings including Orlando's only official Walt Disney World outlet stores, you can find Premium Outlets locates on International Drive and Vineland Avenue.

Another popular outlet location is the Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores featuring over 50 stores, with many brands you will not find anywhere else in Orlando.


Mall shopping continues to be ever popular here in Orlando with The Florida Mall a must visit, featuring over 270 retail stores, it's the areas largest shopping destination. The Mall at Millenia is a world class shopping destination boasting 150 of the finest stores, it's popular for upscale shopping here in Orlando.

Enjoy an outdoor movie in Orlando

32: Enjoy A Summertime Outdoor Movie

Free movie screenings are available year round throughout Orlando and Central Florida, but once fall arrives and the nighttime humidity declines, there is nothing better than watching a movie under the stars in perfect nighttime weather.

MoviEola At Lake Eola Park

Select Nights

Enjoy free outdoor movies on the East Lawn, Lake Eola Park. Bring blankets, chairs, snacks and the whole family to enjoy this MoviEola. Arrive early to catch the food vendors and lawn games. The event begins at 6 pm, with movies starting at 8 pm.

Popcorn Flicks In The Park

Second Thursday Of Each Month

The Enzian Theater presents classic films for the whole family in Central Park, Winter Park. Presented by The City Of Winter Park and the Enzian Theater, Popcorn Flix In The Park features classic films for the whole family. These films are usually held on the second Thursday of each month and are FREE. Just bring a blanket, a picnic or some snacks.

Sunset Cinema At Crane's Roost Park

Select Saturdays

Bring your chairs and blankets to watch movies in Cranes Roost Park. These family-friendly events are free and open to the public. Concessions are available for purchase.

Outdoor Movie Monday At À La Cart

Every Monday

FREE outdoor movies at the social dining experience À La Cart, downtown Orlando. Enjoy food from the food trucks , and inside the bar has a variety of beer, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages. There is some outdoor seating, but please feel free to bring blankets or low backed chairs to enjoy the movie on the lawn.

Movie In The Park Oviedo

Select Evenings

A free outdoor movie night in the park, at Oviedo Amphitheater in Center Lake Park. The movie begins at "dusk" (approximately 7:30pm). Remember to bring a blanket or lawn chairs.

Movie In The Park Longwood

Select Fridays

Presented by the City of Longwood, enjoy FREE outdoor movies in Reiter Park. Don't forget to bring a lawn chair and/or a blanket.

Party in Downtown Orlando

33: Head Downtown For An Electric Night Out

When the sun goes down, it sure gets hotter around here, Orlando an electric nightlife scene with a never ending choice of bars and clubs offering drinks, music, dancing and more, it's an ever changing scene with new locations popping up all the time and here at Gotta Go Orlando we've got your back when it comes to planning the perfect date night.

Turn it up, way up. Looking for loud and all the right moves? Downtown Orlando has been the area’s dance floor for decades, Downtown Orlando is packed with options, from quaint hole in the wall bars to all out nightclubs, Downtown comes alive in the evening, with a solid mix of local-style taverns, modern bars, rooftop bars and a solid selection of nightclubs, hosting everything from live music to globetrotting DJ's.


So get ready to glam up, let your hair down and let loose, it's time to have a fun date night! 

 Better Than Sex, a dessert only restaurant in Ivanhoe Village

34: Enjoy Something Better Than Sex

Step into the fanciful, candlelit dining room at Better Than Sex, a dessert only restaurant in Ivanhoe Village, and you’ll immediately get the sense that this sultry restaurant was designed for a sexy date night for two!

35: Twist And Hurl On The Kissimmee Slingshot & Vomatron

Visit Old Town and you'll be sure to see Old Town Kissimmee Slingshot & Vomatron 

high in the sky!

36: Roll Back To The 80s And 90s

Skate Reflections is a family owned and operated business that strives to be one of the best family skating centers in the country. They play a variety of music that is appropriate for all ages from a music library of nearly 40,000 songs. Their goal is to interact and entertain during all sessions.

Kelly’s Homemade Ice Cream ON A HOT SUMMER'S DAY

37: Chill With An Ice-Cold Treat

When the temperature sizzle, here in Orlando we have some of the best ice cream shops around, from organic gelato, funky soft-serve and old-fashioned sundaes served at the city’s best ice cream shops, locals and visitors have a yummy list of scoop shops to choose from.

Kelly's Homemade Ice Cream is a local, handcrafted ice cream shop. They make all their ice creams and sorbets at their shops right here in Central Florida. In addition to dairy ice creams, they also offer non-dairy alternatives!

Described as Orlando's little ice cream boutique, a visit to Greenery Creamery is a must in downtown Orlando or Sanford. The shop offers a range of dairy and plant-based flavors, some of which are gluten free. of course, no visit to Orlando is complete without soft serve from Twistee Treat, just look for their giant cone buildings! Also serving up yummy soft serve delights is Rita’s Italian Ice & Frozen Custard. The much loved brand has local locations on International Drive, Lake Buena Vista, Winter Garden, and Kissimmee.

Jeremiah's Italian Ice serves up tasty frozen treats with a smile! The menu hosts refreshing Italian Ice (available in over 40 flavors), rich & creamy soft ice cream, and the Jeremiah's Gelati - the perfect layering of any flavor Italian Ice with soft ice cream! Find Jeremiah's at tons of locations throughout the Orlando area!

Shop Local At Orlando Area Farmers Markets

38: Shop Local At Orlando Area Farmers Markets

If you’re looking for fresh, locally grown produce, baked goods, honey, meats and other foods, the best place to visit is a local Central Florida farmers market, and in the fall, don't forget the pumpkins, turnips, and sweet potato, cranberries, apples, pomegranates, citrus fruits, and pears!

Discover a variety of locally grown foods, handmade crafts, seasonal plants and much more.

Winter Garden Farmers Market

The Winter Garden Farmers Market is your hometown market open every Saturday from 8:00 am - 1:00 pm. in beautiful Historic Winter Garden.

Winter Park Farmers Market

The Winter Park Farmers’ Market is one of the best produce and plant markets in Central Florida which takes place every Saturday morning from 8 am - 1 pm in Central Park.

Lake Mary Farmers Market

The Lake Mary Farmers Market features local vendors of produce, plants, baked goods, and arts and crafts. The market is open every Saturday, from 9 am - 1:30 pm at Lake Mary City Hall.

City of Longwood Farmer's Market

Visit every Saturday at the City of Longwood Farmers Market at Reiter Park from 9 am - 2 pm, with locally sourced seafood and produce to handmade crafts and more.

Lake Nona Farmers Market

Join in every Saturday morning in Lake Nona, the Lake Nona Farmers Market takes place in the beautiful Town Center from 11 am - 3 pm, shop local with the freshest produce and more.

Orlando Farmers Market at Lake Eola Park

One of the most popular farmers markets in Central Florida, Orlando Farmer’s Market is located in the heart of Orlando at Lake Eola park, and takes place Sundays 10 am - 4 pm.

Celebration Farmers Market

Every week at Celebration Farmers Market there are multiple vendors here selling everything from fresh food and produce, to local crafted jewelry, and much more, with a beautiful backdrop of Lakeside Park, this is a must go to farmers market on Sundays, 9 am - 2 pm.

East Orlando Farmer's Market

The popular East Orlando Farmers Market offers hand selected produce, creative local small business owners, along with botanical varieties to chose from. Every Sunday 11 am - 4 pm.

Clermont Farmer's Market

Clermont Farmer's Market features over 60 vendors selling seafood, organic produce, and other household items, this popular market is the place to go on Sundays 9 am - 2 pm.

Downtown Mount Dora Village Market

Mount Dora’s open-air Mount Dora Village Market in Sunset Park is open Sundays from 9 am – 2 pm offering fresh products from over 50 market vendors.

Leu Gardens

39: Enjoy Local Parks, Gardens And The Great Outdoors

Orlando is blessed with an abundance of parks, gardens, and the chance to escape the city, while enjoying the great outdoors where you'll get the chance to become one with nature.

Harry P Leu Gardens

Explore an amazing botanical oasis nearly 50-acres minutes from Downtown Orlando. Harry P Leu Gardens features landscaped grounds and lakes, with walking trails all shaded by 200-year-old oaks and forests of camellias. Free entry days at Leu Gardens are offered on select Mondays throughout the year, check the website for details.

The UCF Arboretum

The Arboretum of the University of Central Florida is located on the main campus of the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida, United States. Covering 80 acres, it contains more than 600 species of plants, including more than 100 bromeliads, in cultivated gardens.

Lake Lotus Park

Lake Lotus Park is the City of Altamonte Springs’ nature preserve. The total area is approximately 150 acres, including 120 acres of woods and wetlands. The park is a diverse, natural habitat that provides limitless natural encounters with flora and fauna.

Oakland Nature Preserve

West of Orlando, just 30 minutes from the attractions and nestled between Winter Garden and Clermont in the beautiful Town of Oakland, lies a "hidden gem." Oakland Nature Preserve is a150-acre preserve offering environmental education and ecotourism activities for visitors of all ages.

Mead Botanical Garden

With 47 acres to explore in Winter Park, your senses will come alive with the sights, sounds, and scents of the garden. Mead Botanical Garden offers hiking trails, creek, boardwalk, tall pine trees, greenhouse, butterfly garden, and pond that’s home to turtles, fish and wading birds.

Kraft Azalea Garden

This 5.22-acre public garden is located on the shore of Lake Maitland and is open year round from 8 a.m. until dusk. Kraft Azalea Garden is a beautiful park is shaded by enormous cypress trees that add to the old Florida charm of the 13-acre property

Orlando Urban Trail

The Orlando Urban Trail is located near Downtown Orlando and is considered the spine of Orlando’s trail network.

The trail is approximately three miles long and runs from Lake Highland through Loch Haven Park, to Mead Garden in Winter Park. Highlights include connections to six lakes, Orlando Cultural Park, and the Gaston Edwards Trail.

West Orange Trail

The West Orange Trail is a 22-mile long multi-use rail trail. The paved trail passes through downtown Oakland, Winter Garden, and Apopka with most of its length built on old railroad alignments.

Lake Nona Sculpture Garden

The Lake Nona Sculpture Garden is a 50,000 square-foot outdoor space designed for the exploration and discovery of a distinguished selection of sculptures from one of the world’s largest private art collections, The Lewis Collection.

Orlando Wetlands Park

The Orlando Wetlands Park is a man-made wetland designed to provide advanced treatment for reclaimed water from the City of Orlando and other local cities. The Park is 1650 acres in size and located in Christmas, Florida. Visitors can visit the Park seven days a week, between sunrise and sunset, to enjoy primitive and passive activities including, Photography, Wildlife Viewing, Hiking, Biking, Horseback Riding, and Guided Tours

Cranes Roost Park

Cranes Roost Park is at the heart of Uptown Altamonte surrounding Cranes Roost Lake. The lake is encircled by one mile of continuous walkway with benches and covered seating areas. Within the 45-acre park is a European-style plaza including a choreographed fountain show, a 62-foot picturesque tower and the Eddie Rose Amphitheater which features stadium-style seating and a one-of-a-kind floating stage with regular free performances

The Seminole Wekiva Trail

The nearly 14 mile Seminole Wekiva Trail is a paved recreational trail that has been designated as one of Seminole County's Showcase Trails because of its length, beauty, and accommodation of many users.

40: Challenge Each Other To A Round Or Three Of Mini Golf

Play A Round Of Put Put At Congo River Golf

Play award-winning miniature golf at Congo River Golf, there's an adventure for everyone. Congo River Golf has locations on I-Drive, Kissimmee, Altamonte Springs and more.

Hollywood Drive-In Golf at Universal CityWalk

Come experience Central Florida's most outrageously themed miniature golf - Hollywood Drive-In Golf at Universal CityWalk Orlando!

Bonanza Golf & Gifts

Bonanza Golf features two 18-hole miniature golf courses with an Old West mining theme, as well as a snack bar and gift shop.

Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf

Pirate’s Cove Adventure Golf in Kissimmee offers a unique “Adventure Golf” experience for ages 3 to 93. Follow in the footsteps of notorious pirates like Blackbeard and Captain Kidd.

The Pointe Orlando Blue Martini

41: Eat, Drink & Dance The Night Away At The Pointe Orlando

An open-air dining, entertainment and shopping hub close to the Orange County Convention Center, Pointe Orlando offers an amazing choice of places to eat, drink, and have fun, perfect for a romantic night out with your sweetheart..

Savor a taste of Havana and late-night dancing at Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar, headed by two-time James Beard award-winning Chef Guillermo Pernot, or feast on fine Greek cuisine with a side of live belly-dancing entertainment at Taverna Opa.

You can also opt for fresh catches at The Oceanaire Seafood Room and legendary steaks at The Capital Grille. Pointe Orlando constantly adds new flavors, too, such as Chicago’s famous The Hampton Social and Brazilian churrasco steakhouse Rodizio Grill. You can’t go wrong with British favorites at The Pub Orlando, and don't miss JoJo’s Shake Bar, and for nightlife, a must visit is Blue Martini!

42: Cheers - Check Out The Local Breweries

Orlando offers an amazing choice of acclaimed craft breweries, and taprooms,

Crooked Can Brewing Company

Crooked Can anchors Plant Street Market in Winter Garden, which houses an eclectic collection of eateries and retailers and is the centerpiece of the city's main strip, Plant Street. No matter your preferred style — stouts, Irish reds, lagers, IPAs, Belgian ale or others — Crooked Can brews it, and you just gotta try the Florida Sunshine Lager!

Ivanhoe Park Brewing Company

An Independent craft brewery and tasting room, Ivanhoe Park Brewing Company is located in the historic Ivanhoe District of Orlando. Within the Industrial-chic beer brewery tasting room discover innovative brews made with quality ingredients and names that evoke Orlando’s spirit, such as Park Hopper Golden Pilsner, Joyland American IPA, and Bungalow Belgian Witbier.

New York Beer Project

Celebrate the Big Apple’s rich brewing history at New York Beer Project in Winter Garden, a glorious re-creation of NYC’s famous Atlantic Garden Beer Hall circa 1892. Savor their brews, including flagship offerings like NY Amber, Cerveza, Orlando Lager and more, plus seasonal selections, as you drink and dine in the splendor of electric gas light chandeliers, chestnut trees, rich interiors and their signature, copper-clad New Yorker Bar.

Redlight Redlight

Redlight Redlight in Orlando's trendy Audubon Park Garden District is a popular neighborhood brewpub established back in 2005. The pub is home to originals, plus several other craft breweries, ranging from native Florida brewhouses to eclectic imports for more than two dozen choices. And that selection pales in comparison to their extensive, 20-plus-page list of bottled and canned beers, ciders, meads and wines, presented as a book complete with chapters.

Rckpit Brewing

Rckpit Brewing is the SoDo District's family-owned, neighborhood brewery with a warm and family-friendly taproom and an ever-changing line-up of small-batch beers. Their taproom boasts 20 drafts with a huge variety of in-house crafted beer and hard seltzer waters. In addition to three to five IPAs on any given visit, you can also look forward to sours, Belgian and German beers, lagers, pilsners and more.

Sideward Brewing

Sideward Brewing is a family-owned brewery, taproom, and kitchen located in downtown Orlando's Milk District. Come drink their beer 50 feet from where it was made. Featuring 20 taps with a solid lineup of popular beers, the family-owned Sideward is a craft-beer destination you gotta try.

Tactical Brewing Co

Tactical Brewing Co is in Orlando’s Baldwin Park was founded by U.S. military veterans who are passionate about craft beer and equally dedicated to helping fellow veterans and first responders.

Their output is a tasty mix of new and interesting beers along with a balanced, traditional portfolio. They’re also keen on devising memorable names for their creations, with suds such as No Haze for You IPA, Cobra Thai Imperial Stout and even Pho Sho, a Vietnamese-style gose made in partnership with Orlando eatery Viet-Nomz.

Persimmon Hollow Brewing Co

Founded by two best friends with a shared passion for American- and Belgian-style craft ale, discover Persimmon Hollow Brewing Co in DeLand. You will discover a core lineup of brews that include stouts, IPAs, porters and Belgian Dubbel, plus they brew one-offs, seasonal and specialty beers for a variety of celebrations and occasions.

Ten10 Brewing

Straddling Orlando's hip Mills 50 and Ivanhoe Village districts, Ten10 Brewing is a local brewery with a relaxed, modern vibe using pure ingredients and a brewing system designed to amplify their brews' great taste. House-made beers that include white stouts, witbier, red ales, Kölsch and more.

43: Visit A Retro Arcade

On I-Drive, Arcade Monsters features over 16,000 square feet of arcade gaming, restaurant, bar, merchandise store, and anime art exhibit space.

Enjoy pinball, rhythm games, retro classics, consoles, driving, shooting, fighting, the hottest new releases, and greatest games of all time are offered on Free Play for one low price per person.

Travel back in time to find the town of Celebration in Kissimmee, a planned community originally developed by the Walt Disney Company

44: Visit The Town That Disney Built

Travel back in time to find the town of Celebration in Kissimmee, a planned community originally developed by the Walt Disney Company.

This is a pedestrian-friendly, wonderful small town where you can explore the old-fashioned downtown, including Market Street, and Lakeside Promenade, or you can enjoy the miles of walking paths and nature trails.

Kings Dining & Entertainment on I-Drive

45: Strike! Go Bowling For A Great Night Out

Kings Dining & Entertainment

Kings Dining & Entertainment on I-Drive brings a chef driven scratch kitchen, lounge, upscale bowling, billiards, world class A/V and sports packages and more to International Drive while providing a kid-free haven for adults in the evening.

Main Event at Pointe Orlando

Every occasion is a celebration when you visit Main Event Entertainment, your headquarters for family FUN and entertainment at Pointe Orlando.

Main Event Entertainment combines dining, state of the art bowling, high ropes adventure course, billiards, and a brand NEW laser tag arena! Come in and Eat. Play. Bowl. It’s the most fun you can have under one roof!

Boardwalk Bowl

Boardwalk Bowl offers 80 lanes of mega fun at the largest bowling center in the southeast! Boardwalk Bowl was made for all bowling lovers – From the pros and league bowlers to open-play guests.

Aloma Bowl

Aloma Bowl boasts a great mix of bowling action with the relaxing feel of a lounge. Come smash some pins while relaxing on comfortable couches with a drink or two!

Airport Lanes

Located near Sanford Airport, Airport Lanes has 32 lanes to satisfy your bowling needs.

Take In The Sights And Sounds Of Thornton Park

46: Take In The Sights And Sounds Of Thornton Park

Just east of the central Lake Eola, you’ll find this cool and quiet neighbourhood that really feels like you’ve escaped the city for an out-of-town suburb.

This charming neighborhood is home to some of Orlando's best restaurants, hip cafés, cool galleries and a few bistros, all set around some ever-so-quaint old cobbled streets.

Well worth a few hours to stretch your legs and take in the sights and sounds of Thornton Park.

Enjoy Art After Dark In Lake Nona

47: Enjoy Art After Dark In Lake Nona

Every Friday night, Art After Dark takes over Lake Nona Town Center from 6 pm.

Perfectly nestled between Chroma Modern Bar + Kitchen and Bosphorous Turkish Cuisine of Lake Nona, Art After Dark is a perfect free evening out for the whole family.

Enjoy a stroll through the Town Center as you explore hand crafted artisan products, and tasty cuisine. Be sure to grab a glass a wine, stay a while to enjoy the art displayed on the six story art installation, The Beacon.

Orlando Museum of Art

48: Visit A Museum Or Gallery

Orlando has an impressive list of museums, and galleries, all worth escaping the fall weather and heading inside to experience the cultural attractions here in town.

Orlando Museum of Art

Showcasing local, national and international works of art, Orlando Museum of Art offers an amazing collection sure to inspire. The mission of the museum is to inspire creativity, passion and intellectual curiosity by connecting people with art and new ideas. On the third Thursday of each month, OMA offers free admission to all visitors.

Rollins Museum of Art

The Rollins Museum of Art features rotating exhibitions, ongoing programs, and an extensive permanent collection that spans centuries, from examples of ancient art and artifacts to contemporary art. Admission is free to Rollins Museum of Art.

Mennello Museum

Paintings of American Impressionism and Realism from the Mennello Museum collection alongside important works from prestigious Florida museums. Every second Sunday of the month, Mennello Museum offers free admission to the galleries during Free Family Funday.

Orange County Regional History Center

The Orange County Regional History Center housed in a historic courthouse in the heart of downtown Orlando, offers four floors of exhibits exploring 12,000 years of Central Florida’s rich heritage. Enjoy free entry the 3rd Thursday of the month, 6 pm to 9 pm.

The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art

The Morse Museum in Winter Park is home to the world’s most comprehensive collection of dazzling works by Louis Comfort Tiffany. A visit is complimentary during Friday Nights at the Morse scheduled November through April from 4 pm to 8 pm.

The museum is also free on Independence Day, Easter weekend, Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival weekend, and Christmas Eve.

Art & History Museums of Maitland

You can enjoy free admission on the last Wednesday of every month to the current exhibition of the Maitland Art Center Gallery.

Open House At The Casa

Casa Feliz, or "Happy House," is the signature work of noted architect James Gamble Rogers II. The Andalusian-style masonry farmhouse has significantly influenced the architectural and cultural aspects of the community and served as a gathering spot for cultural discussion and education. Enjoy an open house on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10 a.m. to noon

The Alfond Inn Art Tours

Meet in The Alfond Inn lobby for a free tour with a Rollins Museum of Art staff member every first Wednesday of the month, which lasts about 60 minutes.

Nona Adventure Park

49: Dive Into Nona Adventure Park

Nona Adventure Park is a water-based entertainment center in Lake Nona. Their inflatable aqua park/obstacle course, Nona Wake cable park, and 60’ climbing tower/ropes course/rock walls provide the ultimate outdoor adventure! It’s a great place to spend quality time with your family and friends as there’s something for everyone – fun, adventure, and fitness.

Orlando Watersports Complex

50: Check Out One Of The Largest Cable Wakeboard Parks

A boat and cable park operation that delivers customers an active, watersports lifestyle that is safe, healthy, and environmentally conscious. Orlando Watersports Complex, is one of the largest cable wakeboard parks in the U.S. and the most recognized parks in the world

51: Swim With Dolphins At Discovery Cove

Discovery Cove is an all-inclusive day resort where guests can enjoy a one-of-a-kind opportunity to swim with dolphins, snorkel among thousands of tropical fish and rays, hand-feed hundreds of exotic birds, encounter playful otters and more.

Relax and explore rocky lagoons surrounded by lush landscaping, colorful reefs, winding rivers and white, sandy beaches. Guests will experience the most exciting animal encounters the world Iin a breathtaking tropical atmosphere.

52: Go On An Epic Paddle Adventure

Epic Paddle Adventures invites you to explore crystal-clear springs, and enjoy some local sunshine on one of Orlando’s many gorgeous lakes. They provide hands-on, intensive instruction so everyonecan feel comfortable on the water and focus on having a memorable adventure.

Orlando Magic at KIA Center

53: Cheer On A Local Sports Team

Orlando has a multitude of sporting options and is home to several professional sports teams and plays host to many national level competitions, so it's pretty easy to catch a big game here in Central Florida.

Orlando Magic (NBA)

Orlando Magic is perhaps the city’s most famous professional sports team, despite it being a relatively young team in the National Basketball Association.


The iconic basketball franchise plays home games at the Kia Center, located in the heart of downtown Orlando, and it belongs to theNBA’s Eastern Conference Southeast Division.


Orlando City Soccer Club (MLS)

One of the latest professional sports teams to call O-Town home is Orlando City Soccer Club (SC), the 20th team to join Major League Soccer.

The professional footballers play in the Inter & Co Stadium that was completed in early 2017, they previousd playe games at the Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium The team colors are purple and white.

Orlando Pride (NWSL)

The first professional women’s soccer team to call The City Beautiful home is Orlando Pride, which recently became the 10th member of the National Women’s Soccer League.

Orlando Pride shares the Orlando City Stadium as well as the same team colors of purple and white, made famous by the city’s professional men’s team, but their team logo, based on the iconic Lake Eola fountain, is all its own. the Orlando Pride!

Orlando Solar Bears (NHL)

​You may think the soaring heat of Orlando is a strange place for a professional ice hockey team, but the Orlando Solar Bears are right at home playing at the Kia Center in downtown.


Founded in 2012, Orlando Solar Bears play in the South Division of the ECHL’s Eastern Conference as an expansion franchise of the National Hockey League’s Toronto Maple Leafs and American Hockey League’s Toronto Marlies. Donning Florida-inspired colors of solar purple and sunset orange, Orlando Solar Bears have qualified for the playoffs several times.

54: Roar Into An Orlando Car Shows

With beautiful weather, and laid back vibes, there is no shortage of Central Florida car shows to see some of the best cars in Florida, and whether your thing is vintage, classic, muscle, custom, or sports cars, you'lll find a show for you!

Promenade At Sunset Walk Weekly Car Shows

Whether you’re visiting from near or far, Promenade at Sunset Walk in Kissimmee hosts Show Car Saturday Nights. All makes and models are welcome and displayed along Margaritaville Boulevard., plus you can enjoy a fantastic meal, shopping and free nightly entertainment,

Old Town Kissimmee Weekly Car Shows

Every weekend, come and admire muscle and classic cars and trucks throughout Old Town in Kissimmee. After dark, line the sidewalk to watch these beautiful cars drive down Old Town’s brick-layered Main Street for the Friday Nite Muscle Car Cruise and Saturday Nite Classic Car Cruise.

Gators Dockside St Cloud Car Show

All years, makes, and models are welcome at Gators St Cloud, 4001 13th St, St Cloud from 5 - 8 pm every Thursday. All show vehicles are eligible for a $25 gift certificate drawing and will receive a 15% voucher for Gator's. Come out, bring a chair and join the fun.

Lakeland Cruisers Weekly Cruise In

Hosted by the Lakeland Cruisers every Friday. Door prizes, trophies, 50/50, baked goods, and hot dogs. Lots of parking. 5 - 9 pm. This cruise in attracts between 50 - 100 show cars weekly. Hosted at 997 E. Memorial Highway.

Wheels at the Bee’s

Every month on the first Saturday. Open to all hot rods, customs, muscle cars, modern muscle, sports cars, and specialty vehicles. Plenty of parking. Food, and beverages are available for purchase. 50/50 drawing and music by Wheelin and a Rockin. 4 - 7 pm at Bee's RV Resort, 20260 US HWY 27, Clermont.

Hooters and Hot Rods

Every month on the first Sunday. Open to all show vehicles. Enjoy wings and beer on the outside patio overlooking the show. Rock n' roll by DJ Don from Cruisin Orlando.  Hooters 550 Towne Center Circle, Sanford, 11 am - 2 pm.

Oviedo Cars & Coffee

Held at Rock & Brews, 7131 Red Bug Lake Rd, Oviedo, every month on the second Saturday from 9 am - 12 pm. Open to all years, makes and models. Come hang out with other car enthusiasts. Grab a free cup of coffee and donut.

Downtown Longwood Cruise In

Hosted by the City of Longwood, The Downtown Longwood Cruise-In Car Show is on the second Saturday of the month from 5 - 8 pm. in the Historic District of Longwood featuring music from DJ Don (Cruisin' Orlando), with over 200 show cars and trucks on display , free for all years and models.

Orlando Cars & Coffee

All makes and models are welcome at Orlando Cars & Coffee. From supercars and modern high-end exotics, to custom one-off builds, imports, domestics, and so much more. This monthly event attracts hundreds of vehicles to every show at Donut Central, 495 N. Semoran Blvd., Winter Park. 8 - 11 am on the second Sunday of every month.

Gateway Caffeine & Chrome – Orlando

Every month on the last Saturday, cruise into Gateway Classic Cars with your collectible car or daily driver to share with the car community. All makes and models are welcomed. Indulge in coffee and pastries (while supplies last). This is a family and pet friendly event. 9 am - 12 pm.

Orlando Tree Trek Adventure

55: Swing High At Orlando Tree Trek Adventure

If a challenging and unforgettable outdoor experience is what you're after, Orlando Tree Trek is the place for you!

Orlando Tree Trek is a unique adventure you will be hard pressed to find elsewhere. Ziplining, climbing, running and jumping come together to create an incredible obstacle course! Climbers navigate their way through a maze of obstacles to truly test their limits and to have some FUN! Duration is 2.5-3 hours. The Park employs state of the art safety equipment and all games are securely suspended on specially designed poles set in a lush pine forest.

56: Meet Wild Animals At Orlando's Amazing Animal Encounters

Wild Florida Drive-thru Safari Park

Buckle up and take a road trip through the Wild Florida Drive-thru Safari Park where you and your family can see more than 150 exotic and native animals roaming freely. In addition to exploring the drive thru safari, there are also a variety of animal encounters and experiences you and your family will enjoy. From feeding to painting with the tallest living animals on Earth, this adventure will definitely reach new heights.

Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens

See more than 500 animals, including rare and endangered species at Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens, as well as 23 acres of lush natural beauty.

Brevard Zoo

Discover more than 900 animals from around the world set within the natural beauty of Florida landscapes. If you’re feeling especially adventurous, kayak next to giraffe, touch a rhino, feed colorful parrots, walk with kangaroos, splash around the Paws On water play area or soar high above a South American rainforest. It’s just a typical day at Brevard Zoo!

Aerophile Balloon Rides Disney Springs

57: Get A Bird's Eye View Of Walt Disney World

Soar sky-high during an 8-minute tethered adventure in the world’s largest hand-painted helium balloon at Disney Springs. Aerophile Balloon Rides will give you a birds eye view of Walt Disney World!

The Showcase of Citrus Monster Truck Tour

58: Ride The Showcase of Citrus Monster Truck Tour

The Showcase of Citrus’s Park Rangers drive guests aboard monster trucks into the vast Florida Outback. Guests will explore Native Woodlands, Citrus Groves, and Bigfoot territory. Be sure to keep a sharp eye out for Giant Bigfoot, Woodfairies, and Friendly Gnomes!

59: Stroll Along Disney's Boardwalk

Disney’s BoardWalk is gorgeous, built around a lake and is beautifully themed to be reminiscent of Cape May or Coney Island in the 1940s.

It’s free to enter and fun just walking around and enjoying the atmosphere, in the evening you can enjoy street performers (jugglers, comedians, fire-eaters, jazz ensembles, etc.), and at any time of the day or nigh you can take a trip on a friendship boat!

60: Check out Wekiva Island

Central Florida’s favorite watering hole Wekiva Island offers visitors the chance to experience the incredible natural springs in Florida. Explore the pristine Wekiva River and its fascinating Florida wildlife with more than 2,000 square feet of Island fun.

Enjoy kayak, canoe and paddleboard rental so you can explore the pristine Wekiva River and its fascinating Florida wildlife. Stick around and enjoy more than 2,000 square feet of Island fun. Play volleyball or cornhole, soak up the sun on the picturesque boardwalk or take a dip in the refreshing water. What better way to cool off than to jump in the river?

Wekiva River remains a constant 72 degrees all year round, and guests are welcome to enjoy swimming along the boardwalk area or in other designated swimming locations along the river.

61: Saddle Up For The Rodeo

Watch in amazement as expert riders at the Westgate River Ranch Resort & Rodeo fight to hold onto a wild, bucking bull! Experience all the excitement of the weekly Saturday night Rodeo as athletes compete in trick riding, barrel racing and bull riding.

Saddle up and come on down to Westgate River Ranch Resort & Rodeo for an evening of family fun at the Saturday Night Rodeo! Be mesmerized by the excitement as rodeo athletes from across the region compete weekly at the 1,200-seat rodeo arena in trick riding, barrel racing, and bull riding. The Florida rodeo is a guest favorite to watch talented contestants and enjoy a patriotic tribute to our armed forces.

62: Get Up And Go Kayaking

About 40 minutes north of Orlando’s main tourism districts, Rock Springs at Kelly Park boasts a free-flowing spring that Mother Nature keeps at a consistently cool 68 degrees. It’s an ideal location for a memorable family adventure — and there’s no better way to really see it all than renting 100% clear kayaks from Get Up and Go Kayaking.

63: Explore Silver Springs And Ride A Glass Bottom Boat

Glass Bottom Boats have wowed visitors to Silver Springs since the 1870s with breathtaking views of underwater life and the many springs that feed the Silver River. In fact, the Glass Bottom Boat was invented here!

Take a tour aboard one of our historic Glass Bottom Boats and marvel at the beauty and sheer size of Mammoth Spring, the river’s head spring. You’ll explore many other beautiful feeder springs and see countless species of fish, ancient Native American and Spanish artifacts and even underwater movie props from the days when Hollywood productions flourished at the park! 

64: Enjoy A Day Or A Few Days At Cocoa Beach

Cocoa Beach is the closest beach to Orlando, only a one hour drive will find you at one of the best surfing locations in the country, and Cocoa Beach’s Ron Jon Surf Shop stays open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

A must visit is Cocoa Beach Pier, with a great choice of food and drink. Also in Cocoa, head to the Astronaut Memorial Planetarium and Observatory or plan a family beach day at Fischer Park.

65: Visit East End Market

The East End Market is a neighborhood market & food hall in the Audubon Park Garden District of Orlando featuring a vast array of artisanal vendors in one marketplace, from bakers to pasta makers to coffee roasters.

66: Drive On Daytona Beach

Though the races moved to Daytona International Speedway in 1959, the beach is where it all began. More than a century later, the sand is just as smooth, compact and driveable (look for access point along Atlantic Avenue).

While you’re there, do the Daytona classics – surf the Atlantic, and take a thrill ride on "The Slingshot" on the boardwalk – then check out the newer, colorific Ocean Walk Village for souvenir shopping and refreshments.

Escape From An Escape Room In Orlando

67: Escape From An Escape Room

The Escape Game Orlando

From uncovering lost treasure to breaking out of prison - The Escape Game offers a uniquely premium experience within 7 escape rooms. Team up, follow clues, and solve puzzles to complete your mission and become the hero of these immersive 60-minute adventures.

Will To Escape Orlando

At Will To Escape Orlando you are solving a series of puzzles to complete the ultimate mission of the room you are in. It’s an immersive team experience like no other, choose from a choice of 5 escape rooms


Orlando's premier live escape game, Escapology