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Do & See
Orlando has lots to offer outside the theme parks, whether you're a fan of more affordable attractions or a more relaxed pace. The Coca-Cola Orlando Eye towers above the entire I-Drive 360 complex, while Boggy Creek Airboat Rides offers a glimpse into the unaltered Central Florida wilderness. Little ones can find hours of fun at Crayola Experience, but grownups can get just as creative ordering cocktail at speak-easy styled bar, Herman's Loan Office. Learn more at:

Sports & Adventure

Enjoy the Central Florida weather, usually 75 F or higher, by visiting one of over 170 golf courses, or seek some peace paddle boarding on one of Orlando's beautiful lakes. A refreshing dip awaits you in one of thousands of amazing pools, like the lazy river and zero-entry swimming pools at Cabana Bay Beach Resort, or the luxurious adults-only pool at the Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort. In weather this nice, it's a shame to stay indoors. Orlando offers adventure lovers the chance for fun outside, with activities like zip lining at Forever Florida, off-road romps at Revolution Off-Road Experience, or hang gliding at Wallaby Ranch. Sports fans can get in on the action first hand with a game of tennis at the brand-new USTA National Campus in southeast Orlando on more than 100 tennis courts, catch the Orlando Magic play at the Amway Center, or visit Orlando City Soccer in their new stadium.
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Orlando Science Center and Dr. Phillips Cinedome

When theme parks just won’t do, check out the educational yet fun alternative: The Orlando Science Center. This huge 5-story building is chock full of exhibits and activities on each level. Don’t miss the Dr. Phillips Cinedome, which is an 8-story mega-screen theater. The OSC also has a planetarium on the top floor that opens every Friday and Saturday night. The fun Adventures with Clifford exhibit allows children to learn valuable life lessons while everyone's favorite red dog teaches. Also at OSC is the Blue Man Group exhibit, which explores the science of sound waves.
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