Local Attractions

Sea World

This wet theme park is a treat for anyone who loves animals, roller coasters and fabulous shows. Not only does Sea World have Shamu (the performing killer whale), it also has walk-through habitats where you can watch sea lions, sharks, fish, penguins and flamingos do what they would do in the wild. For those who crave being a part of the action, there is an inverted roller coaster (do this on an empty stomach), along with a variety of water rides, which after riding not a hair on your head will be dry. Check out the water-skiing shows and the restaurants and be sure to stick around at night for laser shows and seasonal concerts.

Category: Amusement Park

Address: 7007 Sea World Dr Orlando, Florida 32821

Toll Free: 1-888-800-5447

Website: Sea World

Magic Kingdom

Where else but the Magic Kingdom can you escape to a world of some of the most beloved animated characters come to life, and a fantasy world of princes and princesses, kings and queens, heroes and villains? Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom in Orlando, Florida is the king of theme parks, and draws more visitors each year than any other theme park in the country. Well known across the planet as “The Happiest Place on Earth,” the Magic Kingdom covers 107 acres and is home to seven areas, or “themed lands” along with dozens of other attractions for people of all ages. For decades, The Magic Kingdom has been known as a safe, clean environment for families to enjoy quality time together. It’s a place for everyone, young and old, to journey to a fantasy land of the past and future where you can hurtle through space to unknown lands, sail on magic carpets or ride a train through an Old West mining town. No trip to Disney World is complete without visiting the Magic Kingdom.

Category: Amusement Park

Address: World Drive Lake Buena Vista, Florida 32830

Toll Free: (407) 939-5277

Website: Magic Kingdom


Epcot is a one of a kind place where you can experience eleven different nations, participate in interactive presentations and view the latest in cutting-edge technology – all in one vacation. The name “Epcot” is an acronym for “Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow,” and was originally envisioned by Walt Disney as a real community where residents would live and work in a technically advanced environment. However the end product turned out to be more of a theme park with a World’s Fair atmosphere. It is twice the size of the Magic Kingdom (300 acres,) and can easily keep a family busy for days on end. Over the years, a constant influx of new attractions within the park has kept it a favorite among visitors who are fascinated with the dazzling shows and amazing wonders from around the world. It is divided into two “worlds” or parks – Future World, which focuses on science and inventions, and technology from both the past and the future. The World Showcase features a variety of countries celebrating their culture, history and cuisine. Epcot is located within Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida and is easily accessible from several exits off I-4 and the Highway 192 exit off the Florida Turnpike. It is open 365 days per year from 9:00a.m. with various closing times during the year.

Category: Amusement Park

Address: 200 Epcot Center Dr, Orlando, FL 32821

Toll Free: (407) 824-4321

Website: Epcot

Animal Kingdom

The Animal Kingdom is Walt Disney World’s newest theme park designed around a vast assortment of animals – but it’s so much more than a traditional zoo. It’s a beautiful 500-acre “themed” park made up of seven different attractions centered on live animals and extinct dinosaurs. With over 1,000 animals, along with exotic flora, streams and stunning architecture, the Animal Kingdom transports visitors to exotic locales brimming with excitement and thrills beyond the imagination. The majesty and mystery of nature and animals comes to life in the Animal Kingdom and leaves visitors with a renewed respect for our Earth and its’ inhabitants. The Entrance Plaza at the Animal Kingdom contains Guest Relations, ATMs, phones, strollers and lockers, and is also the site of the only full service restaurant in the park. Although very large (five times the size of the Magic Kingdom,) visitors ride through most of the Animal Kingdom’s seven different attractions. As you travel through it, you’ll encounter wildlife, experience thrill rides and exciting shows, and be awestruck by some of nature’s most fascinating creatures, as well as meeting some of Disney’s most lovable characters. So get ready to “take a drive on the wild side,” when you enter Walt Disney World’s Animal Kingdom.

Category: Amusement Park

Address: 2901 Osceola Pkwy, Orlando, FL 32830

Toll Free: (407) 939-5277

Website: Animal Kingdom

Hollywood Studios

Disney's Hollywood Studios is a 135-acre working studio and theme park. Nearly two-thirds of the park is closed off to the public, where actual movies and television shows are filmed. The rest is a creative theme park devoted to bringing the magic of movies, television, radio and Broadway plays to life in an educational and fun environment. Disney-MGM is centered on the movie making process, from the Pan-Pacific Auditorium replica at the main gate to the 1930s style Hollywood and Sunset Boulevards and the New York Street back lot. There are also several movie-themed restaurants located inside the park, including 50s Prime Time Café, Hollywood & Vine, The Hollywood Brown Derby, Mama Merose’s Ristorante Italiano and the Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater. Disney-Hollywood Studios is located inside the Walt Disney Resort, about 30 minutes south of Orlando at U.S. Route 192 and Interstate 4. Take the GreeneWay toll road from the Orlando International Airport, or from Orlando, take I-4 to the Epcot exit, then follow the signs to Disney-MGM. Come salute the world of show business – as only Disney can.

Category: Amusement Park

Address: 2351 S Studio Dr, Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830

Toll Free: (407) 939-5277

Website: Hollywood Studios

Universal Studios

Universal Studios Florida is non-stop action and heart pumping adventure, things are always blowing up and out of control – but this is the appeal of this highly energetic, creative theme park. Nearly every major attraction features loud, frantic action for one exciting moment after another. Universal has two full-sized theme parks, Universal Studios and the new Islands of Adventure, as well as a City Walk area. Navigating the park is easy, since it is more compact than Disney World, and water taxis connect the hotels to the parks while pretty walkways make walking a pleasure. This is a place where you can totally immerse yourself in the land of movies and television. Popular movies such as Men in Black and Back to the Future become exciting thrill rides or you can go behind the scenes or jump right into the action of some of your favorite films. The CityWalk area is Universal’s shopping and dining complex – with everything from rock concerts and jazz to gourmet dining or causal fare. Universal Studios Florida is located in the Universal Orlando Resort on the southeast side of Orlando. Take I-4 to the Universal Orlando exit, then follow the signs to the parking structure. From there, you will walk through Universal's CityWalk shopping and dining complex, bearing right to enter Universal Studios Florida.

Category: Amusement Park

Address: 6000 Universal Blvd, Orlando FL 32819

Toll Free: 407-363-8000

Website: Universal

Busch Gardens

Busch Gardens Tampa is a 335-acre family theme park that recreates the sites and sounds of Africa with an array of fascinating attractions. The park is divided into eight different regions, and includes one of the nation’s premier zoos with more than 2,700 animals, along with thrill rides, an entertainment center, shops and a 1,200-seat Moroccan Palace Theater that features an ice-skating show. Busch Gardens Tampa is really an amusement park and zoo combined into one and it appeals to a variety of age groups. For your convenience, restaurants, snack bars and juice stands are located throughout the park, and wheel chair seating is available at all facilities. Other services inside the park include strollers, wheelchairs, lockers and climate-controlled pet kennels available for rental, along with diaper changing areas, first aid, foreign currency exchange, 24-hour automated teller machines and taxi and bus parking. Busch Gardens is located at the corner of Busch Boulevard and 40th Street, approximately eight miles northeast of downtown Tampa, and one hour from Orlando. Take Interstate 275 in Tampa to the Busch Boulevard exit (exit 33). Turn east (left) onto Busch Boulevard and follow the signs.

Category: Amusement Park

Address: 3605 E Bougainvillea Ave Tampa, Florida 33612

Toll Free: 888-800-5447

Website: Busch Gardens

Mall of Millenia

The Mall at Millenia offers the finest collection of luxury brands in Orlando. Made for those who surround themselves in luxury, it is an experience that defines elevated living. This superb collection of the world’s most desired retailers is unrivaled by any other shopping destination.

Category: Shopping Center

Address: 4200 Conroy Rd, Orlando, Florida 32839

Toll Free: 4073633555

Website: Mall

Emeril's Orlando

Come join us on Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays, from 5-8pm for specials such as, 1/2 priced well drinks and beers, $5 glasses of wine, $6 signature cocktails and delicious small plates.

Category: Restaurant

Address: 6000 Universal Blvd. 702 Orlando, FL 32819

Toll Free: 407 224 2424

Website: Restaurant

Cocoa Beach

Orlando's Closest Beach

Category: Beach

Address: Cocoa Beach, Florida 32931

Toll Free: 321-868-3200

Website: Beach

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