Although Orlando is best known for its theme parks and outdoor diversions, the city also offers a range of indoor activities to enjoy during rainy days or keep cool with during thermometer-busting summer afternoons.
For those already in or around Universal Orlando Resort, the Universal Cineplex 20 is conveniently located inside the theme park. This theater offers IMAX screens, plush seats, and even alcoholic drinks, making it a great place to catch the latest movies in Orlando. Located next to Islands of Adventure, the movie theater is readily accessible via the Universal Bus Loop.
Guests looking for an unusual experience may be interested in Sleuth's Mystery Dinner Show, a whodunit-style comedy performance that includes dinner, unlimited soft drinks, beer, and wine. While many other Orlando shows only require that the audience simply watch, Sleuth's Mystery Dinner Show inspires guests to keep track of clues from their seats and crack the case before the killer is revealed at the end. To catch Sleuth's Mystery Dinner Show, visit 8267 International Drive in the Gooding’s Plaza.
Anyone who wants to enjoy all that Orlando dance performances have to offer is likely to stop by the Bob Carr Performing Arts Center at 401 West Livingston Street eventually. Most performances by the acclaimed Orlando Ballet are held at this classic, wheelchair-accessible concert hall. Comfortable, cherry red seats are provided for 2,518 guests, with catering and concession services making every trip a treat. An Orlando Ballet show that will play again this October is Vampire’s Ball, a performance presented through a series of vignettes celebrating vampire folklore.
Whether locals or tourists are escaping a sudden downpour or sweltering sunshine, or perhaps just looking for a different experience, Orlando indoor activities provide entertainment to suit virtually every taste.