Orlando offers so much more than just theme parks. With beautiful scenery and all kinds of activities to try, you’ll find plenty of things to do in Orlando besides the theme parks
Go back in time at the kid-friendly district of Old Town, pit your wits against a treetop zip-line ride, or head out to Kissimmee’s swamps where you can get up close to alligators.
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Family things to do in Orlando besides theme parks
1. Go back in time
Located in Kissimmee, Old Town will make you feel like you’ve gone back in time. Styled as a classic old Florida town, it boasts more than 60 unique shops and restaurants, plus free weekly entertainment and attractions. In addition, there’s an amazing 86-foot-high Ferris wheel, an exciting family fun center, and it hosts colorful weekly car cruises. You can check out our guide to Old Town here.
2. Stay in a themed vacation home
The fun doesn’t have to stop when you get home. With Top Villas you can stay in incredible villas that have themed bedrooms, movie rooms and games rooms! Reunion Resort 9000 is home to the ultimate in entertainment with its incredible movie room, huge pool and themed games rooms and bedrooms.
3. Get your heart racing
Although it’s a theme park, Fun Spot America is a little different as it’s the only family-owned and run amusement park in Orlando. Located in Kissimmee, it has exciting rides and attractions for the whole family including go-karting, arcades, carousels, tea cups and many more!
4. Rent a Polaris Slingshot
Experience the ultimate joyride and rent a unique PolarisSlingshot vehicle. This car/motorbike hybrid is super cool, and you’ll love feeling the breeze in your hair as you take to the open road in this 3-wheeled roadster. Get ready to be the center of attention!
5. Take wake-boarding lessons
Head to Windermere and let Florida Ski School teach you how to wakeboard. Even if you’ve never done it before, you’ll be in good hands with a range of individual and group lessons – starting with dry land instructions, moving on to the boom bar, short rope and finally behind the boat. This is definitely one to try if you want to learn a new skill.
6. Fly in a real combat aircraft
If you’ve ever wanted to fly in a fighter jet, this is your chance! Make the hour-and-a-half trip from Orlando to Tampa’s Fly Fighter Jet Center, where you can ride in an L-39 Albatros military jet right above the Gulf of Mexico. You won’t need any flight experience to get on board, and a flight instructor will be with you at all times.
7. Play mini golf
Congo River Golf is Orlando’s award-winning miniature golf experience. Located at various locations around the city, you can bring the whole family to tee their way through tropical rainforests, tranquil waterfalls and mysterious caves. As if that’s not enough, you can even feed the live alligators at the parks!
8. Go jet skiing
One of the top Orlando attractions for water lovers. You can get your heart pumping and hire a jet ski from Extreme Jet Ski of Orlando. Located 4 miles from Disney, this place lets you take an exciting ride across the lake for an amazing adventure.
9. Hit an epic shot
Located at Universal’s CityWalk, Hollywood Drive-In Golf is Orlando’s premiere miniature golf experience with vintage sci-fi and horror movie themes. It has two family-friendly courses, where you can putt through the open mouth of a giant space worm, under a giant spider and around an enormous alien robot!
10. Speed your way into victory
Visit the fastest indoor go-kart track in Central Florida at I-Drive NASCAR. Open daily, the track has 8 turns, 3 hairpins, 1 chicane and “The Senna S”, and each race is 8 minutes long. After channeling your inner racer, relax and grab something to eat at the trackside restaurant The Grandstand, serving all-American grub and draft beer.
11. Solve impossible games
For a fully immersive and innovative escape game experience, look no further – Lockbusters Escape Game tests your problem-solving skills and takes you on five unique challenges that you must solve in 60 minutes, such as the Pirate Adventure, Bank Heist and The Collector. It’s located on International Drive.
12. Eat and have fun at International Drive
The Main Event Entertainment complex on International Drive is your top destination for dining and entertainment, with state-of-the-art bowling, billiards, virtual video games, high ropes adventure courses and multi-level virtual laser tag. You also enjoy dining choices that cover everything from fast and casual meals to chef-inspired dishes.
13. Learn to paddle-board
Have you ever wanted to paddle-board? Paddle-board Orlando offers paddle classes for beginners, as well as rentals and tours at Winter Park, Butler and Conway, taking you around the most beautiful waters in Central Florida.
14. Take on a tall challenge at Tree Trek Adventure Park
For the thrill seeker in you, Orlando Tree Trek Adventure Park in Kissimmee offers 97 unique challenges to push you to your limit! Their elevated outdoor obstacle courses feature Tarzan swings, hanging nets and a giant 425-foot zip line!
15. Bounce around on trampolines
Kids love AirHeads Trampoline Arena, featuring 107 trampolines! Not only can they jump around ’til their heart’s content, they can also play trampoline basketball and air dodgeball! Times vary depending on the time of the year.
16. Go on a wild ride
For an all-out-fun experience, visit one of Orlando’s most unique entertainment destinations, Andretti Indoor Karting & Games. You and the kids will not know where to start, with tons of things to do like karting, ziplining, laser tag, bowling and plenty of arcade games.
17. Interact with animals
Get in touch with nature at Brevard Zoo over on the east coast. It’s home to more than 900 animal species from around the world. Guests can pet rhinos, hop with kangaroos and even kayak next to giraffes! It’s a zoo like no other.
18. Indulge yourself at the Chocolate Factory Orlando
Make like Charlie and take a tour of Chocolate Kingdom Factory Adventure Tour – a real-life chocolate factory! You’ll learn all about how chocolate is made, from a bean into a bar, assisted by your personal chocolate tour guide. You’ll also have the opportunity to customize your own chocolate bar.
19. Take a safari trek
A little over an hour away from Orlando is Giraffe Ranch. The whole family can embark on a safari expedition through 47 acres of rolling countryside. This hands-on interactive experience includes giraffe feeding, camel petting and more.
20. Learn to clown around
If your family want to learn a new skill, why not visit Orlando Circus School? You can participate in unique classes and activities like learning the flying trapeze! Lessons start with basic tricks such as swinging, and progress to more impressive tricks and catches.
21. Play ball
Visit the WhirlyDome on International Drive for a unique game of WhirlyBall – a mix of basketball, hockey and jai-alai played while riding a bumper car! You can also play arcade games and laser tag with your crew!
Sightseeing in Orlando
22. Explore natural Orlando attractions
If you want to explore Orlando by water then you must take an airboat touron its lakes. Wild Florida Airboats takes you through an animal park where you can watch an alligator-handling show before taking a boat trip through the Everglades, while Spirit of the Swamp Airboat Rides takes you through the marshes and swamps on an alligator-spotting tour!
23. Kick back and take in the artistic atmosphere
The Audubon Park Garden District is a stylish suburb known for its hip shopping area, coffee shops, beer bars and bakeries. You can stop here to relax, shop and admire its residential streets lined with well-maintained 1920s and mid-century homes.
24. See local art
Take in art from local and international artists at the City Arts Factory, the largest collective of art galleries in Downtown Orlando. Exhibitions are rotated monthly and there’s free admission Tuesdays to Saturdays.
25. Admire exceptional architecture
Also known as the Old Orlando Railroad Depot, Church Street Station is a beautiful historical event venue, home to some of Orlando’s top restaurants, bars as well as live entertainment and events. Don’t forget to take your camera, this building is definitely one to remember!
26. Take a tour of the city
Gray Line Orlando takes you on tours in and around the city. If you’re in the mood for all things space, you can take a Kennedy Space Center tour on the east coast, or if you want to explore Orlando, there are plenty of tours to suit your needs. Prices and timings vary depending on which tour you want to take.
27. Relax in beautiful gardens
Orlando’s most beautiful and popular gardens, the Harry P. Leu Gardens are home to an amazing 50-acre botanical oasis. You can bring the family to enjoy picnics, movie nights and story time sessions among the stunning seasonal blooms. The gardens are open daily.
28. Hike among nature
If you fancy a hike, visit the Tibet-Butler Nature Preserve in Windermere. The park is a big, beautiful nature center that offers you a wilderness sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle of Orlando. The walks are lovely and gentle, perfect for the whole family.
Unique things to do in Orlando besides theme parks
29. Watch a rocket launch
An hour’s drive from Orlando, The Kennedy Space Center is the place for those who love space. Not only can you get up close to a real space shuttle and learn about NASA’s astronauts and missions, but if you time your trip right, you’ll also be able to watch a live rocket launch!
30. Have a magical day out
Located in Old Town, the Great Magic Hall features magic shows, as well as rooms exploring the history and artistry of magic. It’s way more than a regular magic show! You’ll find it at the Happy Days Family Fun Center at Old Town.
31. Look inside the Titanic
At the Titanic Artifact Exhibition you can step inside a recreation of the famous ship and see the recovered items from the wreckage. Housed on International Drive, it’s home to a full-scale imitation of the ship’s grand staircase, a first-class parlor suite, the boilers and the promenade deck, as well as a 3-ton section of the ship’s hull.
32. Visit an upside-down mansion
One of the top things to do in Orlando, WonderWorks is an indoor amusement park inside an upside-down mansion on International Drive. You will be wowed by its six interactive wonder zones where you’ll find out about natural disasters, physical challenges, light and sound, space discovery, imagination and art!
Things to do in Orlando besides theme parks at night
33. Try an evening kayaking tour
For one of the best after-dark activities in Orlando, try an exciting bioluminescent kayaking tour. Your night will feel extra magical as you kayak through Florida’s bioluminescent waters in a clear kayak for a truly unforgettable experience.
34. See inside the mafia world
Experience the mysterious world of old gangland Chicago at Capone’s Dinner & Show. Shrouded in secrecy, you’ll arrive at the location in south Orlando, knock 3 times on the door and give a secret password before gaining entry to the fabulous show featuring singing, dancing and gangster action. And let’s not forget the fantastic Italian-style buffet.
35. Check out the sights on a helicopter tour
Take a fantastic tour of Orlando and see the city like never before on a ride with Orlando Heli Tours. Choose from a variety of tours including the Disney Spectacular, the Kissimmee Tour or the Celebrity Grand Tour.
36. Watch a gig at a famous venue
The House of Blues at Disney’s Springs is one of the most famous nightlife venues in the US. If you want to unwind and watch a live concert, this is the place to be. You can catch everything from EDM and pop to acoustic artists and thrash metal as well as blues, of course, all inside this impressively huge venue.
37. Go bowling
Head to Kings Dining & Entertainment on International Drive for an evening of fun and delicious food. Here you can dine, play bowling and party among 30,000 sq ft of space! The diner serves an American menu of burgers, wings and sliders.
38. Watch a medieval duel
The Medieval Times Dinner Show takes you back to a time of knights and feasts. Watch the live 2-hour medieval jousting tournament featuring real weapons, and dine on a delicious history-inspired 4-course meal. Shows are put on twice daily.
39. Catch a family theater show
The Mad Cow Theatre presents compelling works of theatre for the whole family. You can enjoy both classic and contemporary plays from the best of American and world literature. Prices and times are dependent on shows.
Things to do in Orlando besides theme parks for adults
40. Watch the Blue Man Group
For time away from the kids, check out a Blue Man Group show at Universal Orlando Resort. It’s a multi-sensory experience with comedy, theater, concert and a dance party all in one!
41. Shop ’til you drop
Fancy upgrading your closet? Head to Central Florida’s largest shopping center, The Florida Mall. You’ll find a choice of more than 250 retail, dining and entertainment options, including outlets like Guess and Abercrombie & Fitch.
42. Try beer around Orlando
Want to taste the best brews in Orlando? Hop On! Brewery Tours take you on a flavorful tour of breweries across Downtown Orlando including Bowigens Beer Company, Castle Church Brewing and Broken Cauldron Taproom – to name a few.
43. See the Orlando Ballet
Visit the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts at the right time of year to catch a show by the Orlando Ballet. If you go in December you’ll catch a fantastic performance of The Nutcracker. Shows vary depending on the season.
44. Laugh the night away
Laugh your way into the late hours at Orlando Improv Comedy Club, where you’ll not only catch the best names in stand-up comedy, but you’ll also be able to check out rising stars and open mic nights every Wednesday. Prices vary depending on the acts.
45. Cheer on a basketball game
Head to the Amway Center to watch local heroes, Orlando Magic. If you like basketball, you’ll enjoy cheering on this legendary team. You might even catch a game with one of your other favorite NBA teams.
Free things to do in Orlando besides theme parks
46. See an ancient tree
Hike, eat and admire the numerous trees that Big Tree Park has to offer. Start with a short stroll along the boardwalk, taking in the forest – one of the trees here is more than a thousand years old! The park is open 7 days a week from 8am until sunset.
47. Learn about art
Visit Cornell’s Fine Arts Museum at Rollins College to add a touch of culture to your day. You can expect to see examples of ancient art, artifacts, contemporary art, rotating exhibitions and ongoing programs.
48. Discover Disney Springs
If you’re in the mood for an eclectic mix of unique shops, one-of-a-kind restaurants and lively entertainment head to Disney Springs. Here you’ll find gifts like scented candles, delicious food from all over the world, live entertainment and beautiful sights such as the Riverboat Square and Waterview Park.
49. Take a spooky tour
For a spooky experience, join a Greenwood Cemetery Moonlight Walking Tour for an historical walk around the cemetery. Guides will take you to visit 100 graves of notable people in Orlando’s history.
50. Discover Winter Park’s secret garden
Kraft Azalea Garden is a stunning 5-acre secret garden, the perfect place to recharge your batteries. The park overlooks Lake Maitland and has a beautiful dock leading up to it. There are plenty of benches and picnic areas.
51. Catch a film alfresco
Pack up your blankets and a picnic and head to Central Park for Popcorn Flicks in the Park. On the second Thursday of every month, Enzian theater puts on a completely free screening of family friendly movies for everyone to enjoy, so don’t miss out!
Cheap things to do in Orlando besides theme parks
52. Learn about African art
Looking for interesting Orlando attractions? See the largest collection of rare African bronze sculptures in the world at the Bronze Kingdom African Art Gallery. Discover the history of the continent and check out more than 2,000 one-of-a-kind art pieces from across Africa.
53. Make a splash at Orlando’s natural springs
Cool off at one of Central Florida’s natural springs, where you can swim, snorkel and canoe. Blue Spring State Park is a 30-minute car ride from Orlando – it’s a designated manatee refuge in winter, so you might spot a few if you’re visiting then. The park is open daily from 8am until sundown.
54. Watch a film
Enzian is a non-profit arthouse cinema. It’s perfect if you are on a budget and want to do something indoors. The movie theater shows everything from the classics to family friendly cartoons to live theater and blockbuster hits. If you visit at the right time, you can also attend its many festivals, such as the Florida Film Festival and Reel Representation.
55. Get launched 390-feet above ground with Slingshot Orlando
Located on International Drive, Magical Midway is packed full of thrilling rides! It’s home to one of the largest arcades in Orlando, as well as go-kart tracks, bumper cars, a high swing ride and the Sling Shot, which catapults you 390-feet above ground at the force of 3-5 Gs! Entry to Magical Midway is free.
56. See a child-friendly play
Take the kids to the Orlando Repertory Theatre to see entertaining and educational plays for a younger audience. Expect to see shows such as Seuss and Shrek The Musical. Admission is free for children under 3 years old.
57. Explore the mysteries of the universe
Take a hands-on approach to science at the Orlando Science Center. You and your family can explore the wonders of space in the ‘Our Planet’ area, observe science in motion in the ‘Kinetic Zone’, learn about prehistoric predators in DinoDigs, enjoy giant-screen films and more, all included in general admission!
58. Have an evening full of laughs with Orlando Improv
If you’re up for some laughs, head to SAK Comedy Lab, Orlando’s best-rated live improv comedy club. Some of the best American comedy writers and performers have performed here and you will not want to miss the next generation of comedic talent. Ticket prices vary depending on the show.
59. Ride around historical towns
Take a bicycle tour of Central Florida’s historic towns with West Orange Trail Bikes and Blades. You can explore Orlando’s scenic trails and towns checking out the sights as you go.
60. Enjoy the sights and culture of Winter Park
Located 20 minutes away from Orlando, Winter Park is known for its beautiful parks and outdoor spaces. Visit Central Park, an 11-acre park with stunning fountains and a beautiful rose garden, or Lake Osceola, where you can enjoy a scenic boat tour across Winter Park’s chain of lakes. The city also boasts galleries like Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens.
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How many days in Orlando is enough? ›
Three days is ideal, particularly with a park-to-park pass, as it will allow you to fully explore each park and revisit your favorite attractions. A highlights tour of both parks can be done in one long day, but it would be tiring and you would miss many delightful smaller attractions.What is there to do in Orlando if you don't like rides? ›
Possibly the best theme park to go to if you are a non-rider is SeaWorld Orlando. At this park, you can easily use an entire day just seeing the many shows and walking through the animal exhibits and interactions.What are the rainiest months in Orlando? ›
- May: 3.3 inches.
- June: 8.7 inches.
- July: 7.1 inches.
- August: 7.8 inches.
- September: 6.0 inches.
- October: 3.3 inches.
- November: 2.4 inches.
- December: 2.6 inches.
Additionally, as a general rule, Universal is less expensive than Disney in practically every area, including theme park meals, tickets, and hotel accommodations. In addition to being less expensive, the hotels at Universal seem to provide more facilities for free than those at Disney World.Is Universal City Walk Free? ›
Universal CityWalk isn't just the place to be — it's also completely free thanks to complimentary admission all day, every day. After 6 p.m., parking is free, too, and parking fees never apply if you arrive via public transportation or stay at an official Universal Orlando Resort hotel.Is CityWalk free in Orlando? ›
Aside from the parking fees, there is no entrance fee for CityWalk. You can stroll around and check out the shops, dine or find late-night entertainment at no cost. Need tickets to Universal Studios or Island of Adventure click here!Which beach is closest to Orlando? ›
Cocoa Beach is the closest beach for Orlando residents, located a little less than an hour from Central Florida. It's well known for family fun, relaxing along the beach, a location for eco-tours or for deep-sea fishing.Is Universal Studios worth it if you don't like rides? ›
Universal Studios Hollywood is still a great place to visit even if you don't like rides. There's plenty of activities that don't include simulation or rollercoasters such as the world-famous Studio Tour, shopping at CityWalk or meeting famous faces like Homer Simpson.Is Disney springs free? ›
There is no fee to enter Disney Springs, nor is there a parking fee (unless you valet). This makes Disney Springs an especially great place to visit, in our opinion. Not many things are “free” at Walt Disney World, so take advantage of this opportunity and enjoy a day of exploring.What is the scariest ride at Universal? ›
Given its wild stats, VelociCoaster is the most thrilling attraction at Universal Orlando. (Although, we have not included Volcano Bay's water park rides here, and the Ko'okiri Body Plunge, which is inside the volcano, may actually be scarier.) It features two magnetic launches, one of which propels it to 70 mph.
Where is the best place to stay in Orlando without a car? ›
International Drive, also known as I-Drive, is one of best areas to stay in Orlando without a car because it is only short way south of Southwest Orlando and it offers easy access to the Universal Studios, SeaWorld, Aquatica, and The Orlando Eye by I-Ride Trolley, lynx buses, and taxi.How hard is it to drive in Orlando? ›
Roads are wide and well-maintained, and traffic jams aren't too bad, given the number of cars of the road. However, the freeways can be very busy and if you're visiting Orlando for the first time and have just stepped off a long flight, it can be difficult to find your way around.How do you get to the beach from Orlando without a car? ›
The best way to get from Orlando to Cocoa Beach without a car is to line 11 bus and shuttle and taxi which takes 3h 2m and costs $120 - $160. How long does it take to get from Orlando to Cocoa Beach? It takes approximately 3h 2m to get from Orlando to Cocoa Beach, including transfers.What's the coldest month in Orlando? ›
The cool season lasts for 2.7 months, from December 4 to February 25, with an average daily high temperature below 74°F. The coldest month of the year in Orlando is January, with an average low of 52°F and high of 71°F.What is the best month to travel to Orlando Florida? ›
The best time to visit Orlando is from March to May. That's the time of year you'll find the most pleasant weather (high 50s to high 80s most days) and agreeable prices on travel and lodging (excluding holiday weekends and school recesses).What is coldest month in Florida? ›
January is the coolest month of the year in Florida, with average lows of around 49 F (around 10 C) in Orlando.Does Universal do fireworks every night? ›
The theme park will be decked out in red, white and blue decor, host nightly fireworks displays and live music performances and provide other activities. The fireworks shows will begin at 9 p.m. nightly from two locations inside the park and will be synced to a score of Universal-themed music and patriotic favorites.What is the cheapest time of year to go to Universal Studios Orlando? ›
September is the cheapest month to go to Universal. Current ticket pricing shows a total of 14 days throughout September priced at Universal's lowest pricing tier of $109 for a one-day, one-park ticket, more than any other month in 2022.How much does 2 days at Universal Studios cost? ›
A two-day pass into Universal Studios Orlando will cost about $120 per adult and $110 for children. Three-day single-park tickets cost $136 per adult and $124 for children, while a four-day pass costs about $146 for adults or $133 for children. A family of four may pay $460-$558, depending on number of days chosen.Is Universal Studios free after 6 pm? ›
This is just what it sounds like: CityWalk offers complimentary admission all day, every day. After 6 p.m., parking is free as well, except during Halloween Horror Nights. And you'll never pay parking fees when you arrive on public transportation or stay at an official Universal Orlando Resort Hotel.
How can I park for free at Universal Studios? ›
- California Neighbor Pass: $149/year.
- Silver Annual Pass: $184/year.
- Gold Annual Pass: $259/year.
- Platinum Annual Pass: $479/year.
How much is the CityWalk Parking fee? CityWalk Parking price at the onsite garages is $28 for general parking and $35 for preferred parking; the daily parking rates reduce to $10 and $20, respectively, after 5 PM. Front Gate parking at Universal CityWalk Hollywood costs $50.Is parking free at Universal Orlando? ›
Self parking is $27 per vehicle, giving you a spot in one of the parking garages. If you arrive after 6:00 pm, parking is free, except on Halloween Horror Nights and other select event nights. Please note that parking for recreational vehicles and buses is $32.Can you go to Universal Studios without a ticket? ›
Unfortunately, you will pay full fare just to enter the park whether you ride any rides or not.Is CityWalk Like Disney Springs? ›
Nope! While Disney Springs and CityWalk are both entertainment complexes, they are not the same. Disney Springs is an entertainment complex that is located on the east side of Disney World, and CityWalk is Universal Studios' entertainment complex.What is the nicest beach near Orlando? ›
- Cocoa Beach.
- Clearwater Beach.
- Canaveral National Seashore.
- New Smyrna Beach.
How Far From Orlando Is The Closest Beach? The closest beach to Orlando is Cocoa Beach. Located just 60 miles or 1 hour away on the Atlantic Coast you will find one of the most popular beaches on the Atlantic coast.How many days do you need at Orlando parks? ›
Our standard recommendation for a Walt Disney World trip is four full days, one day in each park. But three days is a good amount, too, and we take pretty frequent three-day visits as well. In this post, we're going to discuss planning a three-day visit to Walt Disney World.How many days do you need in Orlando parks? ›
We would recommend you plan for at least six full days if you are trying to see Disney World and Universal Studios Orlando. This would allow you one full day at each four of the Disney theme parks and two full days at Universal Orlando.How can I spend 4 days in Orlando? ›
- Have Fun at Disney World. Magic Kingdom. Animal Kingdom. ...
- Feel the Thrill at Universal Orlando. Universal Studios Florida. Water Fun at Volcano Bay. ...
- Explore Marine Life at SeaWorld Orlando. Experience 'All-in-One' at SeaWorld. ...
- Venture Around Orlando City. Visit the Orlando Science Center.
Is Universal or Disney better? ›
Universal has one water park, Volcano Bay. Both resorts have a studio-themed park. Otherwise, the themes of each park are quite different. Overall, Walt Disney World is much more expansive with many more attractions, restaurants, and hotels to choose from.Is Animal Kingdom worth visiting? ›
Animal Kingdom is absolutely worth it, as it offers a complete theme park including rides, safari tours, shows, and various areas that you can simply walk through. It also features the massive and iconic 145 ft tree of life at the center of the park.Can you do EPCOT a day? ›
Even with so much to see, Epcot can easily be visited during a single day. Epcot has a reputation for being Walt Disney World's park that is mostly geared towards adults. As an adult and Orlando area local, I thoroughly enjoy the attractions and drink options throughout the park.How many days do you need for Harry Potter world? ›
keep in mind, they are part if 2 large theme parks that are connected at the back by the Hogwarts Express. the Universal parks offer many fun rides & experiences... so if you want enough time to ride every ride in both parks, 2 days is sufficient, 3 days is good to give you wiggle room to revisit favorite rides.Which Disney park should I go to first? ›
No matter what your plans may be, Magic Kingdom will always be the best choice for your first park. Seeing the iconic Cinderella Castle, watching your favorite characters parade around, and walking onto Main Street USA is the perfect way to get you into the Disney mood and help you feel the magic, as its name suggests.Which Disney park takes the least time? ›
Hollywood Studios typically takes the Least Time of any Walt Disney World park. As one of Disney's smaller parks, this park is broken up into several areas. Get to know the Hollywood Studios map before you go, because while it has the least things to do, see and eat, it also has a rather confusing layout.Which beach is closest to Orlando? ›
Cocoa Beach is the closest beach for Orlando residents, located a little less than an hour from Central Florida. It's well known for family fun, relaxing along the beach, a location for eco-tours or for deep-sea fishing.Is 3 days enough for Orlando? ›
Views at sunset or under the night sky are not to be missed. Three days is barely enough to see and do all that Orlando has to offer.Is 4 days at Universal too much? ›
However, on average we recommend three days if you're looking to visit Universal Studios Florida and Universal's Islands of Adventure and four days if you're looking to visit Universal Studios Florida, Universal's Islands of Adventure and the Volcano Bay water park.What park is Harry Potter world in? ›
Too wildly imaginative and expansive to be contained by any one theme park, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter ™ is split between Diagon Alley ™ at Universal Studios Florida and Hogsmeade ™ at Universal's Islands of Adventure, with the Hogwarts ™ Express connecting the two.
How many rides are at Universal Studios? ›
How many rides are at Universal Studios Orlando? There are 48 rides currently at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida.How long does it take to go through Universal Studios? ›
Most people would say 6-7 hours is the average time needed to see the best of Universal Studios, so pretty much one full day. You could certainly spend multiple days there seeing all the theme park has to offer but 6-7 hours should cover the main sights and experiences to get through that you are interested in.