Orlando Theme Parks

orlando theme parks Orlando theme parks range from the Silver Springs 350 acre nature theme park to Walt Disney World, the most visited and largest recreational resort in the world.

Silver Springs offers wildlife education, field trips, animal presentations, guided and self-guided tours, and hands on presentations with native and exotic animal species. Attractions at Silver Springs include glass bottom boats, a jungle cruise, lost river voyage, Jeep safari, bear exhibit, big gator lagoon, alligator and crocodile encounter, and more. This theme park is located just north of Orlando.

Islands of Adventure theme park features five uniquely themed islands. Put together by Steven Spielberg, this park is a world class facility. Dare you proceed to The Lost Continent or Jurassic Park? Maybe you can handle riding the Incredible Hulk coaster where you go weightless in a zero-G roll. The coaster's biggest drop is 105 feet and has speeds of over 60 mph.

At Walt Disney World, you can experience the Magic Kingdom, Epcot Center, Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studioes, Cirque Du Soleil, and Downtown Disney. Click here for information on all Orlando theme parks.

Orlando Attractions
harry p leu gardens A favorite Orlando family attraction is Fun Spot Action Park featuring 4 tracks, thrill rides, a 10,000 square foot arcade, and Kid spot. Gatorland, located only 15-20 minutes from Walt Disney world has 10 acres of natural habitat popuated with 100 female and 25 male alligators. Gatorland also has massive snakes and the Gator Jumparoo Show in which some of the world's largest alligators jump 4 to 5 feet out of the water to retrieve food.

Among some of the more gentle attractions is Harry P. Leu Gardens which has the largest formal rose garden in Florida and America's largeset Camellia collection aside from California.

A highly interactive Orlando attraction is WonderWorks -- a myriad of hands-on experiences and fun activities for the entire family. Click here for information on all Orlando attractions.
Orlando Hotels
hyatt regency grand cypress Orlando hotels provide exquisite facilities for a Florida family vacation, corporate meetings, and family reunions. Masterful architecture, tropical landscaping, lavish amenities, and an excellent choice of dining experiences, make Orlando a preferred vacation destination.

Sparkling pools, saunas, spas, marinas, and outdoor play areas are only part of what Orlando hotels offer guests. Most hotels are only minutes from Orlando theme parks and attractions. At Loews Royal Pacific Resort, a dramatic bamboo forest and terraced rice paddies mark your entrance. The Ritz-Carlton Orlando Grande Lakes was inspired architecturally by the grand palazzos of Italy, and the Villas of Grand Cypress Golf Resort is the perfect hotel for travelers who want to take advantage of world-class golfing and luxurious accommodations.

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Orlando Restaurants
beragmo's italian restaurant Bergamo's Italian Restaurant features a magical combination of excellent cuisine and musical entertainment. Boston Lobster Feast has fried, grilled & broiled fish of all kinds, big piles of shrimp, crab, mussels, crawfish, oysters, New England Clam Chowder, Manhattan Clam Chowder, lobster bisque, New England Steamers, littleneck clams, fried clams, smoked salmon, vegetables, corn on the cob, London Broil, Roast Beef, pasta and all the Maine Lobster you can eat. Jungle Jim's offers a tropical atmosphere, fun food, huge servings, great value, exotic drinks and zany Tour Guides became the backdrop for a high-energy setting that would attract a target market of fun-loving kids from 1 to 99. Linda's La Catina serves up Orlando's finest steaks.

Whatever cuisine you choose on your Florida vacation, you won't be disappointed at the many selections of Orlando restaurants. Click here for information on Orlando restaurants.
Orlando Venues
orlando venues The Amway Arena, known across the globe as a first-class live sports and entertainment facility, serves as home to the NBA's Orlando Magic, the AFL's Orlando Predators and various world class sporting and entertainment events. The Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre, a fully functional theatre/concert hall, features continental style seating for 2518. It's excellent acoustics and sound capabilities make it ideal for concerts, Broadway presentations, the Symphony, Ballet and Opera as well as a business conference or general session. The Florida Citrus Bowl is the home of the annual New Year's Day football classic, The Capital One Bowl. and Jones High School football teams. The Stadium has hosted "Rock Superbowls" featuring The Rolling Stones, The Who, Genesis, Pink Floyd, George Michael, Paul McCartney, Guns'n Roses, Billy Joel/Elton John and the Eagles.

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