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Come the holiday season, Orlando really knows how to deck its halls. And the theme parks and resorts aren't the only venues that know how to jack up the electric bill. Here are resented, alongside some classics, a few lesser-known (and less expensive) options for lighting up your Christmas spirit this year. Read more »All New & Notable Orlando Attractions »
ICE! at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center is one of the annual delights of Orlando's holiday season. This year, guests can enjoy even more insight into its creation as they observe its artisans in action in the "Frostbite Factory" section of the exhibit. Behind-the-scenes VIP Tours are available, as well. Read more »All New & Notable Orlando Attractions »
Not every New Year's Eve involves midnight carousing. Those celebrating with kids can ring in the year with these festivities. Read more at USA TODAY »
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A fantasy world realized, Orlando boasts theme parks and recreations tailor-made for people from all walks of life families, couples, singles, and retirees alike. As the capital of thrills, excitement, and non-stop fun, Orlando showcases Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom, star-studded MGM, Animal Kingdom, and EPCOT. Orlando also boasts Universal Studios Florida and Universal's Islands of Adventure. Both Disney and Universal promise spine-tingling rides, larger-than-life shows, fascinating movie sets, and endless dining opportunities. But leisure time encompasses more than just theme-park excitement, and traditional favorites like Gatorland and SeaWorld feature unusual animals and attention-grabbing shows led by professional trainers. Nearby Winter Park serves as a subdued backdrop for the wild activity conjured up by this much-loved playground. The refined neighborhood also offers both classy and casual restaurants, nightclubs, and shops. Cultural, educational, and sightseeing opportunities highlight Orlando's softer side as well. Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art and the Orlando Science Center feature, for example, prized works of stained glass and intriguing scientific advancements, respectively.
- Orlando Expert Kelly Sigmon