The Bok Tower Gardens are an oasis of greenery and tranquillity. Unlike most of Florida’s attractions this one does not consist of providing noisy and garish opportunities to remove money from your pocket. [More]
The Orlando Shakespeare Theater is 25 and still putting on a great show! Come September this little gem on Orlando’s cultural tapestry will kick off its 25th Anniversary Season with a fund- raising Gala. The funds will go towards putting great theater on its stage boards. There will be a great mix of the classics and brand new productions. [More]
The Clarion Resort owned Mindy O Waterpark in Kissimmee, Florida can say what they want but this one is for the kids – definitely. The Mindy O Waterpark is a part of the hotel/resort complex located on US Highway 192 adjacent to the Florida turnpike.
LEGOLAND® Florida –the world’s largest Lego theme park - has now opened The LEGO® World of Chima on Wednesday 3 July, 2013. The new area of the park has 3-acre of land and is based on a new Lego line and Cartoon Network show. [More]
Woohoo! Orlando is actually all grown up! Finding out that Orlando has a place only for adults, looking for some grown up entertainment, is quite incredible. In a town single-mindedly dedicated to kiddie and family attractions, the Treasure Tavern is a fresh breath of naughty air. [More]
The CSI Experience opened in March 2012 at the then new Exhibition and Event Center. Located on Orlando’s main artery, International Drive, the building seems like it was plucked straight out of the TV series. The Experience is housed in a bright, white ultra-modern looking building – all clean lines and tinted glass. You cannot miss it for the distinct signage.
This experience is for the potential speed demons! If you need any inspiration to become a NASCAR driver then take a few laps behind the wheel of a 600 horsepower stock car. If the Richard Petty Driving Experience on the Walt Disney World Speedway in Orlando doesn’t get those addictive fumes into your blood stream, then nothing else will. [More]
The range of tourism activities in the Orlando area particularly, and Florida in general is quickly changing. These days more and more people (including family groups) are taking time off from theme park activities and visiting beaches to go on birding tours and wildlife spotting trips. [More]
When I first considered swimming with the dolphins at Dolphins Plus in Key Largo I was nearly put off by the prices of the different programmes. Ranging from $140 to $195 (depending on the programme) sounded like a lot to spend in one place in one day. Friends, who had first suggested and experienced the creatures, insisted I do it and not count the cost. [More]
Where do you take the kids so that they can work off their energy and also stop them from whining about how everything is so boring? Well in Orlando there is just such a place (among other forms of entertainment). The AirHeads Trampoline Arena is where the kids can safely jump as high as they want and bounce around as much as they can without breaking any body parts. [More]