Aloma Bowling Centers promotes friendly competition and pin-scattering fun with three locations that encompass at least 32 lanes apiece. The largest of the three strike-and-spare hotbeds, Boardwalk Bowl Entertainment Center, sports 80 lanes inside a massive facility that hosts more than 100 arcade games, a mini golf course, and a comedy club that features up-and-coming comedians. At all three locations, guests can salute closed frames and lament gutter balls over a dish from the onsite grill or a beverage from the full-service bar.
Named the best museum in Orlando by Cityvoters in 2008, Cornell Fine Arts Museum awakens retinas with a vast collection of more than 5,000 artworks. Patrons can meander through this elegant facility overlooking picturesque Lake Virginia, checking out a multifarious slew of permanent and travelling exhibitions, which feature chromatic canvases ranging from the early Renaissance to the modern day. The complimentary Corps Exquis catalogue is a bound anthology of famous etchings, mixed media, poems, and drawings by artists such as Paul Cezanne and Jean-Michel Basquiat. Bring home a copy to inspire burgeoning brush buffs or keep uncultured coffee tables company.
Grammy’s Indoor Playground surrounds parents and kids in a safe, warm environment reminiscent of a grandmother’s home. Surrounded by soft tiled floors and walls painted to resemble a sunny spring day, kids and their parents can relax and play just as they would at the family matriarch’s house. One wall actually looks like a welcoming outdoor porch, and it's here that friendly staffers pull up rocking chairs and spin tales during story time, just like grandma used to before rocking chairs were made obsolete by digital rocking chairs. The rest of the day, kids ages five-years-old and younger unleash their imaginations across themed play areas. They might sell produce at a play farmers market, climb an indoor jungle gym, or draw a mural on the chalkboard wall. Little ones can socialize and play all day, and Grammy's invites parents to bring along lunch or make use of the "Nursing Nest," a quiet space set aside for breastfeeding.