Places of Interest in Orlando

The one and only Walt Disney World is inarguably the most famous theme park in the whole world, and for good reason. With an estimated 25 million visitors a year, the statistics speak for themselves. Visiting the famous Walt Disney World is a must-visit for everyone at least once in their lifetime!

Universal Studio Resort is a close second with almost 20 million visitors annually. In the same category are the Universal Islands of Adventure. If you’re a fan of either Jurassic World, Harry Potter, or (naturally) both, you would be thrilled to immerse yourself in these worlds where these stories and adventures come to life all around you! Not to mention the Marvel World that will turn your superhero passion into a super adventure!

The Magic Kingdom Park is yet another Disney-themed park that houses the iconic Cinderella Castle. With many iconic lands within the park, you can pick and choose which piece of the fun best fits your liking!

Disney’s Hollywood Studios will take you from one set to another of your favorite movie classics. The 3D Star Wars universe, The Adventures Continue, is a particular tourist magnet.

Legoland Florida offers its visitors all the fun rides of a regular theme park while showcasing the incredible lego models all around the park.

Wildlife and natural attractions

The Harry P. Lewis Gardens is an exemplary destination and a must for every sight-seeing tour around the city of Orlando. Walk for as long as you can in the garden to discover all the botanical and aesthetic gifts it has to offer.

SeaWorld Orlando includes SeaWorld, Country Cove, and Aquatica. SeaWorld is a theme park that allows head-on interactions with your favorite sea creatures. Only at SeaWorld Orlando can you ride an exhilarating roller coaster one minute and then swim with a beluga whale the next minute.

Gatorland is an alligator hub that allows people to learn and interact with these modern-day dinosaurs.

Discovery Cove is extremely unique in the activities it offers. You can go snorkeling in a coral reef, swimming with dolphins, relaxing while you float on a long and serene river, and interacting with stingrays.

Lake Eola Park is a heavenly scene that offers you the serenity to unwind from all the hustle and bustle of the theme parks.

Fun for the whole family

After the theme parks, the Kennedy Space Center is the next hotspot in town that attracts the most visitors! At the Kennedy Space Center, you are not only guaranteed a learning opportunity about the exciting world of space and the workings of NASA, but you are also guaranteed to stand in awe at the showcase of the real Space Shuttle Atlantis!

Orlando Science Center is exactly as it sounds. It is an interactive, educational and exciting exhibit for all ages!

Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon is a waterpark that has a wavy beach, rollercoasters, tube slides, and rivers!

The Orlando Museum of Art is yet another relaxing tourist destination that you simply cannot miss out on! This museum, which was established in 1924, has expanded since to include both art and historical artifacts.