Orlando Amusement Parks

Cirque du Soleil

Downtown Disney West Side, Buena Vista Drive. (407) 934-9200
Permanent circus performance of La Nouba in a beautiful theater.

Congo River Golf & Exploration Co.

4777 West Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway, Kissimmee. (407) 396-6900

Discovery Cove

6000 Discovery Cove Way. (407) 370-1280
Next to Sea World, this sea wildlife park offers visitors the chance to swim with dolphins, relax on sandy beaches or view beautiful coral.

Disney Animal Kingdom -
Bear Island Road, Orlando, Florida.  (407) 824-4321
Explore the unpredictable world of animals on safari, in a prehistoric world and at stage shows.

Disney MGM Studios

Epcot-Downtown Disney Exit (exit 26) from Interstate 4. (407) 824-4321
Site of film and television studios where visitors can co-star in a t.v. show or get a chance to watch a film production in the making.

DisneyQuest Indoor Interactive Theme Park

1486 Lake Buena Vista Boulevard, Lake Buena Vista. (407) 939-7429

Disney’s Blizzard Beach water park 
1801 West Buena Vista Drive, Lake Buena Vista. (407) 560-9283
This ski resort and water adventure park features several slides and a mini-park for children.

Disney’s Magic Kingdom Park  
U.S. 192, Interstate 4, Exit 25. (407) W-DISNEY

Disney’s Miniature Golf Courses

Fantasia Gardens, across from Disney MGM Studios. (407) WDW-GOLF

Disney’s Pleasure Island
Buena Vista Drive, Orlando. 407-934-7781
Themed bars and clubs in a six-acre complex in Downtown Disney.

Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park

Walt Disney World Resort, Lake Buena Vista. (407) 560-9283
Fifty-six-acre tropically landscaped water park based around a huge wave pool that  holds 2.75 million gallons of water.

Disney’s Wide World of Sports Complex

From Interstate 4, take Exit 65, old 26D onto Victory Way. (407) 363-6262

Sports complex that can host 30 different sports.

Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede
8251 Vineland Avenue. (407) 238-2777
This show was a great way to relax after spending all day walking at the theme parks. You sit and eat and enjoy the show. If its raining, a great indoor place to go.

Epcot Theme Park
Walt Disney World Resort. Interstate 4, Exit 25. (407) W-DISNEY
This Disney theme park is divided into two areas: Future World, with attractions based on modern advances and futuristic projections, and World Showcase, where various world cultures are on display.


Fantasy of Flight
1400 Broadway Boulevard, Polk City. (863) 984-3500


Flying Tigers Warbird Restoration Museum
231 North Hoagland Boulevard, Kissimmee. (407) 933-1942


Fun Spot Action Park
5551 Del Verde Way. (407) 363-3867
A great typical amusement park, with a tri-level go-kart track, a 101-foot high Ferris wheel, bumper cars and bumper boats, and of course, a giant arcade.


14501 South Orange Blossom Trail, between Orlando and                 Kissimmee. (407) 855-5496
Gatorland features 3,000 gators and almost 100 crocodiles, plus a number of bird and snake exhibits.


Green Meadows Petting Farm
1368 South Poinciana Boulevard, Kissimeee. (407) 846-0770


Hard Rock Vault  
8437 International Drive. (407) 445-7625


International Trolley and Train Museum
8990 International Drive, Orlando. (407) 363-9002


Magical Midway 
7001 International Drive. (407) 370-5353


Old Town
5770 West U.S. Highway 192, Kissimmee. (407) 396-4888


Orange County Regional History Center
65 East Central Boulevard. (407) 836-8500


Orlando Hauntings 
37 South Magnolia AVenue. (407) 992-1200


Pirate’s Cove Adventure Golf
12521 S.R. 535, Lake Buena Vista. (407) 827-1242
8501 International Drive. (407) 352-7378

Pleasure Island Entertainment Complex
Downtown Disney, Lake Buena Vista. (407) 828-3058

Richard Petty Driving Experience, Orlando
6022 Victory Lane, Orlando. (704) 455-9443
An opportunity to experience a hands-on NASCAR driving experience.

Ripley's Believe It or Not! Orlando Odditorium
8201 International Drive. (407) 363-4418
Ripley's collection of stories and artifacts of the bizarre and incredible.

SeaWorld Adventure Park
7007 Sea World Drive, Orlando Phone: (407) 351-3600
A theme park featuring sea creatures, water playgrounds and animal performances.

Skull Kingdom

5933 American Way. (407) 354-1564
This is a great attraction for those who love to be scared.

6805 Visitors Circle. (407) 903-1150

Stallion 51 Corporation
3951 Merlin Drive. (407) 846-4400

Universal Studios

1000 Universal Studios Plaza. (407) 363-8000
This complex houses two theme parks:Universal Studios, for movie rides, and Islands of Adventure, for thrills. Plus,a nightlife complex, CityWalk and a variety of hotels.

Universal’s Islands of Adventure

From Interstate 4 and Florida’s Turnpike, take Exit 30 to Kirkman Road.
(407) 363-8000
Five islands feature family fun and adventure: Marvel Super Hero Island, Toon Lagoon, Jurassic Park, The Lost Continent and Seuss Landing.

Water Mania
6073 W. Irlo Bronson Highway (U.S. 192), Kissimmee. (407) 396-2626

Wet ‘n Wild
6200 International Drive, Orlando (407) 351-1800
Voted by Amusement Business magazine as America's number one water park, features a full-day of fun for the entire family.

9067 International Drive. (407) 351-8800

World of Orchids
250 Old Lake Wilson Road, Kissimmee. (407) 396-1887