7 Things To Do In Orlando

Below is U.S. Rent A Car’s top 7 things to do in Orlando. Please feel free to comment on them or add suggestions.

1. Disneyland Resort Florida is the largest and most visited recreational resort indisneyflorida the world, containing four theme parks, two water parks, 24 themed hotels, and numerous shopping, dining, entertainment and recreation venues. Owned and operated by the Walt Disney Parks and Resorts a segment of The Walt Disney Company, it is located in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, a tourist area southwest of Orlando, Florida. The property is often abbreviated as Disney World or WDW.

It opened on October 1, 1971, with the Magic Kingdom theme park, and has since added Epcot (on October 1, 1982), Disney’s Hollywood Studios (on May 1, 1989), and Disney’s Animal Kingdom (on April 22, 1998).

  • Magic Kingdom, 17 million visits (No. 1 worldwide)
  • Epcot, 10.9 million visits (No. 6)
  • Disney’s Hollywood Studios, 9.51 million visits (No. 7)
  • Disney’s Animal Kingdom, 9.49 million visits (No. 8)

2. Universal Studios is located in Orlando, Florida. Opened on June 7, 1990, theuniversal-studios-upside-down park’s theme is the entertainment industry, in particular movies and television. Universal Studios Florida inspires its guests to “ride the movies,” and it features numerous attractions and live shows. The park is one component of the larger Universal Orlando Resort.

In 2008, the park hosted an estimated 6.23 million guests, ranking it the fifth-most visited theme park in the United States, and #7 in the world.

3. Medieval Times. Upon arrival at a Medieval Times castle, guests are assigned to acastle-at-medieval-times knight of a particular color and given a crown to wear that features the knight’s colour. Guests sit in the knight’s section of the arena and are encouraged to cheer in his honor. The menu is standard, and guests eat with their hands in medieval fashion.

The knights featured are The Yellow Knight, The Red Knight, The Black & White Knight, The Blue Knight, The Red & Yellow Knight, and The Green Knight. The Green Knight is usually cast as the villain.

4. Wonder Works. Expect to be impressed at this interactive, entertaining andORL-WonderWorks hilariously funny dinner show. Amazing magic, impersonations and high-energy improvisational comedy will have you on the edge of your seat. Receive table side service with unlimited fresh hand-tossed cheese and pepperoni pizza, salad, popcorn and unlimited beer, wine, soda and dessert.

 

 

5. Gatorland is located along South Orange Blossom Trail in Orlando, Florida.gatorland It was founded by Owen Godwin in 1949, and still privately owned by his family today. Billed as the “Alligator Capital of the World,” Gatorland features thousands of alligators and crocodiles, a breeding marsh with boardwalk and observation tower, reptile shows, aviary, petting zoo, swamp walk and educational programs.

The operation also has an active road show providing alligator wrestling, pythons, lizards and other animals with an informative animal talk for private parties and benefits. In addition, Gatorland manages the live alligator display at the Gaylord Palms resort in Kissimmee, Florida.

The park is also known for its leucistic alligators.

 

6. Water Parks including Blizzard Beach, Typhoon Lagoon, Wet N’ Wild, Aquaticawet-n-wild2 and Water Mania. Provide fun for all the family while helping to top up that all important tan.

 

 

 

7. Florida Mall is a large enclosed shopping mall in Orlando, Florida. It opened itsTheFloridaMall-Shopping doors in 1986. It is located on the southeast corner of Orange Blossom Trail and Sand Lake Road. The mall has over 250 stores, including its anchors Macy’s, Dillard’s, Sears, JCPenney, Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, and The Florida Hotel. At 1,849,000 ft² (179,778 m²) GLA, it stands as one of the largest single-story malls in the United States.


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