Walt Disney World is probably the number one thing people who travel to Orlando want to see. The spacious resort has four theme parks.
the Performing Arts is the spot in Orlando for live music, broadway shows like Hamilton and tons of family-friendly entertainment.
Universal Orlando Resort is known for its impressive Harry Potter and Jurassic Park-themed areas, and while both are great for families.
Take a relaxing stroll around Lake Eola and Lake Eola Park, located in the heart of downtown Orlando.
For those looking for a bit of outdoor adventure without getting into the Florida swamps, check out the Harry P. Leu Gardens.
Head to the Amway Center downtown to see the Orlando Magic make some ... well ... magic. Games are typically a few hours.
History and architecture combine for one relaxing experience on the Winter Park Scenic Boat Tour.
Every Saturday, local vendors and artisans set up shop at the Winter Park Farmer's Market, located at Central Park West Meadow.
Discovery Cove is an all-inclusive water park where you can get up close to dolphins, sharks, rays and tropical fish while enjoying the warm Florida sun.