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2. Kennedy Space Center
A stay in Florida isn’t complete without a trip to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. Just east of many popular Orlando, Florida vacation destinations and theme parks, NASA's launch headquarters is the only place on Earth where you can tour launch areas, meet a veteran astronaut, see giant rockets, train in spaceflight simulators, and even view a launch.
3. Universal Parks
Universal has two parks. Universal Island of Adventure and Universal Studios Florida. Island of Adventure is more of a thrill ride park. Their Marvel and Harry Potter areas are amazing, and a must for anyone who goes there. Okay, my personal fear meter goes to the elevator ride... not sure I could still do it. And.. here are 2 more:
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4. Aquatica - Always nice to have one day where you know you won't be hot. There are huge and scary rides, and then there are the lovely rivers where you just float on a tube in a big wide circle. My personal favorite.
5. Busch Gardens - Another place that is not in Orlando but worth taking the trip to Tampa to visit. Rides, animals, Busch Gardens is a fun and thrilling place that is the ultimate family place to visit. It is a drive of one hour and 20 minutes from Orlando to get to Tampa.
6. Leu Gardens- Another place to escape the heat, the crowds, and just relax. Gorgeous flower beds, huge gardens, nature trails. I think it would be a great stop on any trip to Orlando to remind yourself that this is really a vacation, not a mind-blowing pageant of activity.
The coolest place for young children with a fascination with dinosaurs. The park has a fossil dig, caves, skeleton garden, bone yard and museum. There is over 150 life size dinosaurs and it’s also educational. It is 40 minutes from Orlando but will still probably be the favorite trip for one of your group!
8. Sea World – It is truly amazing what these animals are able to do. And how important is it to teach the next generation the importance of the oceans? Sea World is strong due to it's shows. Each one has great entertainment value. Another place to escape the heat if not the crowds, and enjoy the beauty of the oceans. Case in point: Empire of the Penguins, just opening! :
Come explore the biggest and most expansive attraction in SeaWorld Orlando's history, Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin™. This epic exploration of a mysterious world blends animal encounters with an exhilarating family ride for a one-of-a-kind experience the whole family will enjoy. Be transported to an icy world like you've never seen before. Experience the majestic grandeur of the South Pole and see it through the penguins’ eyes on an exhilarating, first-of-its-kind family ride. Then, step out and explore their colony in an expanse that envelops you in cool extremes: bringing you above and below their icy world. Are you ready?
Holy cow! Rookie Wrestling! (with alligators... for $10!) If you’re not a native to Florida and you want to see some serious gator action this is the place visit. The park was recently renovated and has a pretty sweet splash park for the kids, live gator shows, a train tour of the facility, an aviary an much more. It’s a lot of fun and you can probably see the whole park in less than 6 hours but if you wanted to could spend the whole day without getting bored. It’s cheaper than a theme park but offers the same kind of fun minus the cool rides.
|Dog Parks in Orlando, Florida|
Travel with your Pet to Orlando!
Pet Friendly Orlando!
We walist-your-businessnt to help you bring your cat or dog on vacation to Orlando!Please look thru our site for petfriendly by- owner vacation homes, petfriendly hotels, petfriendly parks, petfriendly restaurants in Orlando. The goal is that you will both be happier. Writing up all the places to go in Orlando makes me feel they should turn "orlando" into an adjective meaning "fun".
There is sooooo much to do! I would think finding great doggy daycare would be important in a place like Orlando, where visiting the parks entails a full day without your dog!
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|Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress Hotel-
Expect the very best at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress, a secluded oasis surrounded by beautiful lakes, thrilling theme parks and well-manicured golf courses. One Grand Cypress Blvd., Orlando, Florida, USA, 32836407 239 1234 - $$-map
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|Affordable Luxury Just Minutes from Disney & Universal -Vrbo 289060-Welcome
home to the most luxurious gated community that Lake Buena Vista has
to offer! Discovery Palms is located within 1 minute of the Disney
theme parks, shopping, fine dining, and night life. Sleeps 4-6.
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|Dr. Phil's Dog Park
-There is a large lake running next to the park although dogs are not
allowed to swim. There are areas for large and small dogs. The turf
is well maintained, parking is plentiful but located a bit of a walk
away from the dog park. 8249 Buenavista Woods Blvd., Orlando, FL 32836 -
407-254-9037 - map
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|Maxine's on Shine: Best
brunch in town!!! Best dinner in town!!! Everything here is amazing.
The food, the drinks, the entertainment, the staff. I've never left
without getting to speak to the owners which really makes you feel
welcome. Italian.337 N Shine Ave|
Orlando, FL 32803 -(407) 674-6841 map
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