Located at The Florida Mall®, the 2-story,70,000-square-foot Crayola Experience provides a full day of creative, colorful fun with dozens of hands-on activities, including drip art, a color playground and much more. When purchased from Visit Orlando powered by BestofOrlando.com, tickets to this family attraction are $19.99 each.
Museum of Illusions
New to ICON Park, Museum of Illusions is a brain-bending “edutainment” experience with more than 50 incredible exhibits that are guaranteed to trick your eyes and blow your mind. Admission starts at $20.95. A special combo package with The Wheel (more on it in a bit!) is available for $34.95, dropping the cost to less than $18 per attraction.
SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium
One of many can’t-miss attractions at ICON Park® including several others featured in this blog! Step beneath the waves courtesy of a 360-degree ocean tunnel, and come face-to-fin with sharks, stingrays, sea turtles and other amazing creatures. When purchased from Visit Orlando powered by BestofOrlando.com, tickets are $23.96 for adults and $19.96 for children.
Altitude Trampoline Park
Channel your energy and cut loose with your best flips and tricks at Altitude Trampoline Park! Located in Kissimmee near the theme parks, this attraction offers 35,000 square feet of indoor trampolines and other ways to play. Jumping starts at $17 per hour, and Altitude Safety Socks are also required at an additional cost of $3.
Orlando Museum of Art
Showcasing local, national and international works of art in Loch Haven Park just north of downtown Orlando. Orlando Museum of Art also has a Discovery Center for children, ensuring something for everyone in your family or group. Admission is $15 for adults, $8 for seniors, $5 for college students with valid ID and children ages 4-17, and free for active or retired military personnel with valid ID and kids under 4.
Kings Dining & Entertainment
At Kings Dining & Entertainment on I-Drive, you can bowl, eat and lounge in a comfortable, fun environment that also features billiards tables, foosball, an outdoor bocce court and other entertainment options. Standard bowling rates, which are per person per game, start as low as $16.
Lake Eola Park Swan Boat Rentals
To hear many people tell it, no visit to Orlando is complete without taking one of these beauties for a spin! View downtown Orlando’s gorgeous Lake Eola Park from the water and see the famous Linton E. Allen Memorial Fountain up close by renting a pedal-powered swan boat, which can seat up to five people at a cost of $15 per boat. ke Eola Park Swan Boat Rentals.
Harry P. Leu Gardens
Three miles of paved, scenic walkways wind through a beautiful, cultivated, 50-acre oasis at the lakefront Harry P. Leu Gardens, just north of downtown Orlando. In addition to more than 40 diverse plant collections from all over the world, it features a butterfly garden and a house museum that dates to the 1800s. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for kids ages 4-17 and free for children under 4.
Minutes from Walt Disney World® Resort, Old Town recreates the look and feel of a classic Florida town with 18 acres of tree-lined brick streets that are home to more than 70 affordable shops and restaurants. Best of all, admission is free — as are weekly events such as classic car shows and live music. Numerous reasonably priced attractions are also available, both in Old Town itself and the adjacent Fun Spot America, including some activities that are $5 or less.