Comfort Inn Orlando
7495 Canada Avenue, Orlando, Florida, United Stateshttp://www.comfortinnandsuitesorlando.com+1 407 3517000Located in the heart of Orlando, Florida, minutes away from the Universal Orlando® Resort, the Comfort Inn Orlando is the ideal destination for both business and leisure travelers. With our close proximity to Orlando's Orange County Convention Center, world-famous theme parks, exclusive shops, restaurants, exciting attractions and entertainment and recreational venues, the hotel is the ideal retreat for vacationing families and corporate groups.
Universal Orlando® Resort
Orlando, FL, United States1 (407) 363-8000Experience the excitement of two spectacular theme parks, non-stop nightlife, and more. Vacation Like You Mean It, at Universal Orlando® Resort. Also referred to as Universal Orlando.
The Holy Land Experience
4655 Vineland Rd, Orlando, FL, United Stateshttp://www.holylandexperience.com(407) 872-2272This $20-million, 15-acre attraction near Universal Orlando is trying to court more believers by offering exhibits focusing on Jerusalem between the years 1450 B.C. and A.D. 66. Instead of thrill rides, visitors get lessons about Noah 's Ark, the limestone caves where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered, 1st-century Jerusalem, and Jesus ' tomb. The trimmings include a display of old Bibles and manuscripts, a Bedouin tent where biblical personalities tell Old and New Testament stories, and a cafe serving Middle Eastern food.
7007 Sea World Dr, Orlando, FL, United Stateshttp://seaworldparks.com/en/seaworld-orlando(888) 800-5447SeaWorld Orlando is the world and rsquo;s premier marine adventure park with two theme parks, entertainment, world and ndash;class shows, thrilling rides and unforgettable animal encounters. Explore mysteries of the sea with up and ndash;close animal interactions and exhilarating experiences.
6000 Discovery Cove Way, Orlando, FL, United Stateshttp://www.discoverycove.com(877) 557-7404Immerse yourself in a tropical adventure hideaway at Discovery Cove. Enjoy lush green scenery as you relax on a pristine beach or swim under a waterfall. Forget your cares and focus on discovery - snorkeling, swimming with playful bottlenose dolphins and interacting with birds, fish and rays in a beautiful, relaxing setting. Experience a unique mix of calm and adventure as you snorkel among thousands of rays and exotic fish, and explore the splendor of coral reefs and grottos.
Wet 'n Wild
6200 International Dr, Orlando, FL, United Stateshttp://www.wetnwildorlando.com(407) 351-1800The 25-acre Wet 'n Wild is America 's third most popular water park. Disco H2O, the park 's newest addition, debuted in 2005; it 's an enclosed flume ride where a four-passenger raft sends you flying through the sights and sounds of the '70s, complete with mirrored lights and disco tunes blasting in the background. Other options include The Flyer, a six-story four-passenger toboggan run through 450 feet of banked curves; the Surge, which is one of the longest (580 ft. of curves) and fastest multi-passenger tube rides in the Southeast; and Black Hole, a two-person spaceship-style raft that makes a 500-foot twisting, turning voyage through darkness (all three rides require that children 36-48 in. tall be accompanied by an adult).
Ripley's Believe It or Not!
8201 International Dr, Orlando, FL, United Stateshttp://www.ripleys.com/orlando(407) 345-0501Do you crave weird science? If you 're a fan of the bizarre, here 's where you 'll find lots of oddities. Among the hundreds of exhibits: a two-headed kitten, a five-legged cow, a three-quarter-scale model of a 1907 Rolls-Royce made of 1 million matchsticks, a mosaic of theMona Lisa created from toast, torture devices from the Spanish Inquisition, a Tibetan flute made of human bones, and Ubangi women with wooden plates in their lips. There are exhibits on Houdini and films of people swallowing coat hangers. Visitors are greeted by a hologram of Robert Ripley.
Orange County Convention Center
Orange County Convention Center, Florida 32819, USAThe and ldquo;Center of Hospitality, and rdquo; Orange County Convention Center is the second largest convention and exhibition facility in the country, hosting more than 250 events in Central Florida. A multitude of entertainment, dining and shopping options combined with year-round sunshine and a world-class facility make it the perfect event and conference destination.
Orlando Museum of Art
2416 N Mills Ave, Orlando, FL, United Stateshttp://www.omart.org(407) 896-4231This local heavyweight handles some of the most prestigious traveling exhibits in the nation. The museum, founded in 1924, hosts special exhibits throughout the year, but even if you miss one, it 's worth a stop to see its rotating permanent collection of 19th- and 20th-century American art, pre-Columbian art dating from 1200 B.C. to A.D. 1500, and African art.
14501 South Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL, United Stateshttp://www.gatorland.com(407) 855-5496Founded in 1949 with only a handful of alligators living in huts and pens, Gatorland now houses thousands of alligators (including a rare blue one) and crocodiles on its 70-acre spread. Breeding pens, nurseries, and rearing ponds are situated throughout the park, which also displays snakes, toads, insects, turtles, and a Gal and aacute;pagos tortoise. Its 2,000-foot boardwalk winds through a cypress swamp and breeding marsh. There are three shows.
6000 Universal Blvd, Orlando, FL, United Stateshttps://www.universalorlando.com/Nightlife/Citywalk-Nightlife.aspx(407) 363-8000Grab a quick snack. Relax over dinner. Mingle over cocktails. See a wild concert. Catch the latest movie. Dance the night away. You can do it all in one night. You can do it all in one place – Universal CityWalk®, Orlando's hottest spot for entertainment.
1490 E Buena Vista Dr, Orlando, FL, United Stateshttps://disneyworld.disney.go.com/destinations/downtown-disney(407) 939-6244World-class restaurants, dazzling entertainment and unique shops line the waterfront at Downtown Disney area. Shop in the world’s largest Disney store, dine amid life-size prehistoric creatures, bowl a game at the 30-lane alley and more. This fun-filled district includes Downtown Disney West Side, Downtown Disney Marketplace and Pleasure Island. Parking and admission to Downtown Disney area are complimentary.
ESPN Wide World of Sports Grill
700 S Victory Way, Kissimmee, FL, United Stateshttps://disneyworld.disney.go.com/dining/wide-world-of-sports/espn-wide-world-sports-grill(407) 939-3463Watch the game on one of 7 HDTVs and wolf down some wings! Score hot or cold sandwiches, burgers, soups, salads, pizza, nachos and more. A full bar is available, as is patio seating with 2 TVs. Snap a photo at the Sports Center desk!
5800 Water Play Way, Orlando, FL, United Stateshttp://www.aquaticabyseaworld.com(407) 351-3600Aquatica, SeaWorld's Waterpark in sunny Orlando, Florida is a whimsical, one-of- a-kind water park unlike any you've ever experienced!
I-Drive 360, Home of the Orlando Eye
8445 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819, United Stateshttp://www.i-drive360.com(407) 601-7907
Texas de Brazil Churrascaria
5259 International Dr, Orlando, FL, United Stateshttp://texasdebrazil.com(407) 355-0355Chain of Brazilian-style steakhouses.
7700 W Sand Lake Rd, Orlando, FL, United Stateshttp://www.seasons52.com/locations/default.aspx?RestaurantID=4501&cmpid=s52_ll_google(407) 354-5212Seasons 52, a fresh grill and wine bar, invites you to discover the flavor of our seasonally changing menu.
Stonewood Grill & Tavern
5078 Dr Phillips Blvd, Orlando, FL, United Stateshttp://stonewoodgrill.com(407) 297-8682Looking for the best steakhouse in Florida? Experience polished casual dining at your local Stonewood Grill & Tavern restaurant.
Hanamizuki Japanese Restaurant
8255 International Dr, Orlando, FL, United Stateshttp://www.hanamizuki.us(407) 363-7200Our Orlando, Florida in the United States Of the convention center It is a restaurant of traditional Kyoto cuisine. From Disney World It is at a distance of about 20 minutes by car. Enjoy a delicious drink and your food As you can spend the time relaxing I We look forward to one concentric employee.