Discover what inspires a city built on imagination. Live music, theater, dance, galleries, museums and festivals are just a taste of Orlando’s arts and culture scene. Orlando offers unique experiences for every visitor. This city is a complete Tourist Mecca. The entire city is built around tourism. A few choices include:
Orlando Museum of Art exhibits local, regional, national and international works of art. It also features treasures in art and architecture spanning the globe from the 19th century to the present.
Orlando Science Center inspiring curiosity and exploration, engaging exhibits for visitors of all ages. Become a meteorologist for the day at the Severe Weather Center or take to the air in the F1-11 and F-16 flight simulators.
Magic Kingdom Park is the first of four theme parks built at Walt Disney World. As students travel through each land, they will watch fantasy become reality. From swashbuckling pirate encounters and silly moments with monsters to thrilling parades and spellbinding fireworks shows, dreams come to life.
Epcot Center is the second of four theme parks built at Walt Disney World. It is dedicated to the celebration of human achievement, namely technological innovation and international culture and is often referred to as the “Permanent World’s Fair”.
Disney’s Hollywood Studios is the third of four theme parks built at Walt Disney World. Hollywood Studios offers a behind-the-scenes look at Hollywood-style action with live shows, thrilling attractions, backstage tours and star-studded special events.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park is the fourth of four theme parks built at Walt Disney World. Home to more than 1,700 animals from 250 species and sprawling across 500 acres of lush landscape, it is the biggest animal-themed park in the world!
Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center is not only a memorial to the victims of the Holocaust, but also an organization with a mission to combat anti-Semitism and racism in all forms through educational and cultural programs.
Old Town which presents a unique change from the ordinary. It depicts the Florida area as it was in a simpler and more carefree time. It has rock and roll entertainment, over 60 unique stores and a General store that sells a nickel coke.
Kennedy Space Center experience interactive simulators, see live shows, and have up-close encounters with massive rockets and NASA astronauts. The Space Center features an IMAX theater, the Astronaut Hall of Fame, and several engaging attractions like Exploration Space: Explorers Wanted.
Tour a Citrus Plant, enjoy fresh fruit as students ride through the grove. Over 30 varieties of citrus are explained on this tour.
Museum of Arts & Sciences among many displays, students will see a 12-foot tall skeleton of a ground sloth, the largest Coca-Cola memorabilia collection outside of Coca-Cola headquarters, a state-of-the-art planetarium, and vast collections of art from around the world.
Universal Studios go behind the scenes on the world famous Studio Tour to explore where Hollywood movies are made. Experience the largest movie set street expansion in Hollywood history.
Church Street Station is a complete dining shopping and entertainment complex. It features over 50 specialty shops in a Victorian setting. This complex was constructed on the site where the old shop industries of Orlando used to be located before Orlando became a tourist mecca.
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