Orlando has the highest density of themed attractions than any where else in the world. Yesterday I covered the large theme parks while today I will tell you about some of the Orlando areas smaller attraction options.
Gatorland is the oldest attraction in the Orlando area. It’s a great way to spend half a day with the family. It’s mostly a unique zoo with the highlight being all those gators. They have daily wild life shows and a train ride small kids will love. Located just noth of Kissimmee.
WonderWorks and Ripley’s Believe it or not are both located in the International Drive Resort Area and are similar in one respect they both amaze with oddities. They are both 2 to 3 hour experiences.
Fun Spot has locations through out the Orlando metro area and offer more of a carnival style of park. It’s very reasonable you can control how much the kids can spend by buying ticket plans and give the kids their tickets and $5.00 and they will have a blast.
Old Town in Kissimmee has a Friday night car show with no charge yes that’s right it’s free! There is a Fun Spot located at Old Town along with shopping and dining. It’s a fun place to check out and have an inexpensive day or evening.
Evening attractions abound in Orlando mainly Dinner Shows and the very costly shows La Noubba and Blue Man Group. Capone’s Dinner & Show is definitly the best value of the Orlando Dinner Shows as we discount our tickets to the general public rather than to ticket resellers. By eliminating the middle man we can offer a delicious dinner buffet and included beverages such as Bud Light, wine and cocktails for a discounted rate (coupon on web site www.alcapones.com) of only $24.99 you get your moneys worth before the show even begins!
If you visit our links section at www.alcapones.com you can visit the attractions web sites in this article.