Explore new attractions.
Orlando's theme parks inspire fun and fantasy. Hop aboard the Hogwarts Express to the new Diagon Alley at the The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando Resort, or heigh-ho your way on the winding Seven Dwarfs Mine Train in New Fantasyland at Walt Disney World Resort's Magic Kingdom.Learn More
Queue up for a different kind of attraction, where alligators bob in the swampy wilderness and calm estuaries beckon explorers. Eco safaris tour the habitats of manatees and dolphins. Observers can gently row through in a kayak, while speedsters can travel via air boat or soar over the landscape in a hang glider or zip line.Learn More
Museums & galleries.
There is more to Orlando than theme parks. Get a dose of culture while browsing downtown Orlando's eclectic art galleries (many of which are free), or visit the Orlando Museum of Art for the newest collections on display. Ballets, Broadway shows and symphonies often light up the stage at the Dr. Phillips Center for Performing Arts.Learn More
Savor an assortment of dining options -- with or without theme park characters. Diverse cuisine options are sure to satisfy -- from the swanky steakhouses on Sand Lake Road in Restaurant Row to celebrity-chef menus by Cat Cora or Todd English in Disney and Lake Buena Vista. Spice up the night on downtown Orlando's Church Street.Learn More
Let loose after sundown.
When the sun goes down, Orlando caters to the adults-only crowd as much as the families. Top entertainment spots include the Universal CityWalk, home to clubs, bars and restaurants, and Downtown Disney, home to House of Blues, AMC Movies, and "La Nouba" by Cirque du Soleil (above).Learn More