Nestled in Central Florida, Orlando is a great place to enjoy a memorable vacation with your family and friends. With a climate that never deviates too much from warm, it is among the best places to enjoy your vacation.
The City Beautiful
Because of its tree-lined neighborhoods, rich performing arts scene, fantastic gardens, parks and museums, colorful night life and overall lazier pace, the city has earned a nickname. It is called the “The City Beautiful.”
See and Do
Orlando has matured into a vibrant cultural destination. From cultural experiences to outdoor adventures, from family restaurants to world-class golf courses, from visual performing art museums to green spaces, you are sure to find something you enjoy.
The city known for its family-friendly activities and accommodations is also a luxury destination with a myriad of fine dining and upscale shopping.
Located in the heart of city, this fully functional, well-equipped theatre/concert hall features continental style seating for 2,518. Its excellent acoustic and sound capability makes it a great venue to enjoy various performing arts like concerts, Broadway presentations, the Symphony Ballet, Opera etc. It is also used for business conferences or general sessions.
Enjoy a visit to the beautiful Leu Gardens and explore an amazing 50-acre botanical oasis. It is located just few minutes from downtown Orlando.
Each garden is designed specifically to inspire visitors to appreciate and understand the beauty of nature. The garden teems with vigor and beauty regardless of the season. It is a must-visit and provides a great escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Check out the Leu Gardens calendar for events for upcoming classes, lectures, and nighttime movies.
It is one of the major attractions of the city that an art lover just can’t afford to miss.
Founded in 1924, the museum is an educational institution with a mission of continued growth of Florida. Since its inception, The Orlando Museum has a purpose to enrich the cultural life of Florida by providing excellence in visual arts.
The museum features treasures in art and architecture spanning the globe from the 19th century to present and is collecting, preserving and interpreting notable works of art and presenting exhibitions of local, regional, national and international significance.
Just up river from Wekiwa Springs State Park you’ll find a favorite attraction among Orlando locals. For just $1 you can spend the day lounging waterfront and getting up close and personal with all the nature and wildlife Central Florida has to offer.
Adventure seekers can grab a kayak or canoe while leisure travelers can grab a beer or cocktail. Everyone wins!