Things To Do In Orlando

ORLANDO
ORLANDO

Orlando, famous for its popular and beautiful parks like the “Lake Eola Park” is a city in central Florida, United States.

Attraction parks for exciting activities are just some of the few attraction spots that make Orlando an ideal vacation destination.

Here are some other  top places to visit and things to do in Orlando

1. Orlando Museum of Art

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Orlando Museum of Art

Orlando Museum of Art, built-in 1924 to inspire creativity, passion, and intellectual curiosity is the best vacation spot for every art lover.

The museum houses hundreds of ancient and contemporary artworks that will engage you for an ideal experience.

2. Bok Tower Garden

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Bok Tower Garden

The 250-acre garden also known as the Singing  Tower was built in the 1920s.

The garden located on Iron Mountain and North of Lake Wales is an attractive spot to troll and admire nature.

With the presence of azaleas, fruit shrubs, flower palms, and many other beautiful sights, one is sure in for an experience.

3. Lake Eola Park

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Lake Eola Park

Lake Eola Park is one of the most popular vacation spots in the whole of Florida.

Located in Downtown Orlando with its main features as the fountain, the Walt Disney  Amphitheatre, and the sinkhole Lake Eola. The park offers absolute vacation excitement you should look forward to.

4. Walt World Disney Resort

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Walt World Disney Resort

This park is ranked as one of the most popular resorts in the world.  Walt World Disney Resort is an entertainment resort center made up of two water parks and four theme parks.

With 25,000 acres of land to its name, the park was opened in 1971 in Bay Lake and Lake Buena Vista Orlando.

It has 31 Disney-themed resort hotels, several golf courses, camping resorts, luxury themed shopping centers. It offers the perfect vacation experience you don’t want to miss.

5. Gatorland

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GATORLAND

Gatorland Is a 110-acre theme park owned by the Owen Godwin family. The park was opened in 1949 in Southern Orlando Florida.

Referred to as the “Alligator  Capital of the World” Gatorland houses thousands of alligators including the rare leucitic alligators, crocodiles, and many other animals.

Recreations in the park include alligator feeding and alligator wrestling.

With activities like off-road swamp vehicle tours, zip lines, breeding marsh, and petting zoo shows. That gives visitors extraordinary zoo encounters.

There are also educational sections to educate visitors on the animals in the zoo.

 

 

 

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