Welcome to Exciting Central Florida
Fulfill Your Wildest Vacation Dreams...
SeaWorld® Adventure Park There's no place on earth like SeaWorld® Orlando! Where else can you challenge thrill-a-second rides one minute and count the teeth on a shark the next? Feed the dolphins, take in an incredible performance and just try to stay dry when the world famous Shamu® comes a-splashing! (407) 363-2613
The Waterfront at SeaWorld® A celebration incited by the sights, sounds, flavor and festivity of the most vibrant cities by the sea. Dine on a gourmet pizza alfresco as the citizens of The Waterfront entertain you. Enjoy a drink under the stars at the Sandbar® or capture the fragrance of over 50 flowers of the South Pacific to design a special gift. Surround yourself with unique shows. All of this and more await you at The Waterfront, where you'll find the soul of the sea at the heart of SeaWorld Orlando. For more information, call SeaWorld at (407) 363-2613
Sea World’s new Aquatica Water Park is only located 1.5 Miles from Vista Cay Resort featuring exciting water rides, water works and a variety of shows.
Wet ‘N Wild® Non-stop fun spot. Acres and acres of water slides, chutes, flumes, floats and plunges. The perfect place to get wet, go wild and soak up the warm Florida sunshine. Also with “Be a Pepper” children's park, food facilities and gift shops. 6200 N. International Drive. (407) 351-3200
Kennedy Space Center (Spaceport USA) You can see the actual launch sites where Space Shuttles liftoff. It is the past, present and future packed into one exciting full day of must-see history. On Atlantic, 45 miles east of Orlando. (321) 452-2121.
Arabian Nights Spectacular action dinner attraction. Feast in the beautiful, air-conditioned 1,200-seat palace of the horses. Journey with Princess Scheherezade and her comical genie to the most spectacular, action-packed horse event of all time. See the world-famous horses and the greatest riders in simply the best show in Orlando. Reservations recommended. On US 192, 1/2 mile east of I-4 exit. (800) 533-6116
Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre 2,500-seat theater, Broadway shows, Orlando Opera and Orlando Ballet. Located in Downtown Orlando Centroplex. Box Office: (407) 849-2020; Information: (407) 849-2577
Busch Gardens (Tampa Bay) 300-acre African theme amusement park with roaming animals. The Southeast's largest and fastest roller coaster is here (Kumba). Over 3,400 animals live within our lush, tropical landscapes, cascading waterfalls, breathtaking vistas and vast rolling plains, making Busch Gardens one of the nations premier zoos. I-4 West to I-75 North, take the Fowler Ave. exit #54 and follow signs. (813) 987-5775
Central Florida Zoo Beautiful natural setting where you may enjoy watching wild animals in tree-shaded safety. Picnic areas, nature trails, elephant and pony rides. I-4 East to exit 52, Sanford. (407) 323-4450
Gatorland 35 acres of natural habitat where you can experience the excitement of feeding thousands of bone-crushing, meat-eating alligators and crocodiles. Pre-historic “swamp dragons” are some of the largest in the world. Enjoy the action from all-weather covered walkways. Open every day of the year, rain or shine. 14501 S. Orange Blossom Trail (between Orlando and Kissimmee). (407) 855-5496
Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament Imagine stepping back in time one thousand years as you feast on a hearty four-course banquet served medieval style. Spirited stallions perform intricate maneuvers, fearless knights on horseback compete in the daring tournament games of skill and accuracy. Reservations suggested. Note: Castle is fully enclosed and air conditioned. 4510 E. Irlo Bronson Hwy. (US 192), 6 miles off I-4. (407) 239-8666
Orange County Regional History Center Exhibits tracing Orange County's past 100 years. Old Temician Dugout canoe, hot-type museum, San Juan Hotel exhibit, country store, pioneer kitchen, picture gallery and research library. (407) 836-8500
Orlando Museum of Art Presents exhibitions of local, national and international significance, and provides educational and outreach programs in the visual arts. (407) 896-4231
Orlando Science Center Participatory displays, Foucault's Pendulum, astronomical observatory, natural history collections of the southeastern United States, chemistry demonstration, heart exhibit, John Young Planetarium. (407) 514-2000
Pirate's Cove Miniature Golf Course immersed in adventures and legends of infamous pirates and settings. Open year round, located on International Drive. (407) 352-7378
Amway Center, Home of the NBA Orlando Magic and Arena Football's Orlando Predators. Box Office: (407) 849-2020; Information: (407) 849-2001
Wekiwa Springs State Park World's largest flowing spring, waterfalls, jungle cruise, canoeing, picnicking, fishing, swimming and camping. (407) 884-2008
Ripley's Believe It or Not® Experience hundreds of exhibits of the odd, the unusual and the slightly off-balance. A self-guided tour of the museum takes about 90 minutes. 8201 S. International Drive. (407) 363-4418
Silver Springs Explore Florida's outback where the classic Tarzan movies were filmed. Journey back to Florida as it was thousands of years ago. Come face to face with 16 feet and nearly 2,000 lbs. of pure crocodile. World famous glass-bottom boats. Close encounters with exotic animals from 6 continents. Open 365 days, rain or shine. Located off I-75 approximately 1 mile east of Ocala. (SR 40). (325) 236-2121