Looking for something a little different than Theme Parks? Orlando offers unique experiences that will give you the taste of Florida!
Located at the head of the Florida Everglades, the "Alligator Capitol of the World," Gatorland is one of Central Florida's classic attractions. It is a 110-acre experience and wildlife preserve. Enjoy family fun showcasing alligators, free-flight aviary, petting zoo, animal shows, and thrilling Gator Zip Line.
Orlando Airboat Tours
Orlando Airboat Tours is owned and operated by Marsh Landing Adventures. Enjoy Florida nature at its finest! This experience will show you the 'wild' side of Florida as you search for alligators, wildlife, many species of birds and beautiful flora, who all call the swamp their home.
Showcase of Citrus
100% Pure Florida Fun. Showcase of Citrus is a family owned estate that cultivates over 70 varieties of citrus located just 15 minutes from Walt Disney World. Enjoy locally made treats at the Old Time Farm Store, grab a guide map and pick your own fruit straight from the tree, or tour the 2,500-acre estate in the world's largest 4x4 vehicle. Before you leave don't forget to have a thirst-quenching and World Famous 100% Natural Orange Juice Slushy or Creamsicle. Best of all, admission is Free!
Harry P Leu Gardens
Discover this 50-acre botanical oasis with three miles of paved scenic walkways, a museum, guided tours and styled gardens. Central Florida's climate permits Leu Gardens to grow a wide array of temperate and tropical plants. Perfect for nature lovers!
Green Meadows Petting Farm
Minutes from Orlando, Green Meadows Petting Farm offers a touching experiences of rides, farm animal attractions and special events. At the Farm, take a guided tour and learn about a variety of farm animals through touch, sight, smell and sound. Get the full experience by Milking a Cow, taking a Pony Ride or Hayride, or get up-close and personal at the Petting Farm.
Orlando Tree Trek Adventure Park
This aerial Adventure course is an elevated obstacle course, located in the Disney area of Orlando, and is securely suspended on specially designed poles set in a pine forest at 10 to 60 feet above the ground.
Kennedy Space Center
Visitors explore NASA’s Launch headquarters and tour launch areas, meet astronauts, admire Space Shuttle Atlantis, train in flight simulators and even witness a launch if the timing is right.