Sightseeing in Orlando


Two- or Four-Hour Wildlife Session with Optional Scenic Boat Ride from Fun with Photography (Up to 56% Off)

Fun with Photography

Orlando

Photographer helps clients use composition, depth of field, and lighting to capture visually appealing images of wildlife and nature

$50 $25

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Characters in Flight Tethered Balloon Ride for One or Two from Aerophile (Up to 44% Off)

Aerophile

Lake Buena Vista

Tethered gas balloon soars 400 ft. for a 360-degree scenic view of Central Florida and the Walt Disney World® Resort

$18 $11

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Alligator Academy Visit for One, Two, or Four from Gator Adventure Productions (Up to 68% Off)

Gator Adventure Productions

Multiple Locations

Visitors get up-close views of crocodiles and alligators as they learn how to feed and catch them

$60 $28

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Chocolate Tour with Optional Mug and Coffee or Cocoa at World of Chocolate Museum & Cafe (Up to 41% Off)

World of Chocolate Museum & Cafe

World of Chocolate Museum & Cafe

Two dozen chocolate sculptures of world monuments complement a historical tour of chocolate production and manufacturing

$16.95 $10

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Real Estate Educational and Leisure Tour of Orlando's East or West District for One or Two (Up to 59% Off)

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Orlando Premium Outlets Vineland

Resident tour guides show off Orlando’s non-tourist neighborhoods, including local eateries and bars, home and estates, and pastimes.

$80 $43

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$55 for Petting-Zoo Visit for Four at Exotic Animal Experience ($100 Value)

Exotic Animal Experience

Exotic Animal Experience

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$100 $55

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$26 for General Admission for Two to WonderWorks Orlando ($53.86 Value)

WonderWorks Orlando

Southwest Orange

Families play and learn about physics and the natural world with hands-on exhibits on natural disasters, outer space, and light and sounds

$53.86 $26

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Tantalizing Tastes & Tours guides Jerry and Jasmine Bacon shepherd diners through the Fine Dining Tour, introducing palates to the seasonings and styles of four or five handpicked restaurants. Private chauffeurs depart at 6 p.m., driving guests to gourmand gems such as City Fire, at which diners indulge in upscale American fare, and The Nile, whose chef populates a menu with authentic Ethiopian dishes. As journeys roll along, panoramic views of downtown unfold, guides elaborate on places of interest, including Amway Center and City Hall, and rousing games of trivia require guests to consult their noggins to answer questions such as "Is Antarctica actually real?" Drivers will also pick up and drop off residents of other cities for an additional cost, including Kissimmee ($25), Lake Buena Vista ($20), and International Drive ($10). The directors request that guests refrain from wearing shorts, flip-flops, or clown noses on the excursion.
1929 South Kirkman Road
Orlando,
FL
US
Florida is a state ripe for adventure. Airboats speed across its Everglades, passing by scenic flora and fauna, such as the state's famous American alligators. Elsewhere, a giant Saturn V rocket looms over the Kennedy Space Center, where visitors can learn about NASA, ride a shuttle-launch simulator, or even dine with a real-life astronaut, who may or may not be made of cheese. An astronaut even greets visitors as soon as they arrive, provided they come on one of Gray Line Orlando / Gator Tours' buses. In business since 1993, Gator Tours became the Orlando branch of the nationally known Gray Line brand in 2006, and has grown to include more than 20 buses that travel across the Sunshine State. The experiences mentioned above are just two of 59 tours that depart from the Orlando area. In addition to simple shuttle service, the company also takes care of full itineraries. Depending on the chosen trip, guides might lead groups through downtown Orlando or historic St. Augustine, home to cobblestone streets and America's oldest schoolhouse. Other times, the company's buses go straight to the ocean, where boats wait to embark on deep-sea fishing trips.
7091 Grand National Dr, Ste 102
Orlando,
FL
US
Berto Ortega can't even remember the first time he picked up a pencil or paintbrush. By age 8, he was already a portraitist's apprentice while his peers were still working in the medium of macaroni and glitter. When he got older, Ortega bolstered his natural talents with a formal education at the Swain School of Design and Philadelphia's Studio Incamminati. Today, he teaches oil-and-acrylic techniques to painters of all experience levels. Ortega's own portfolio features portraits and landscapes rendered in a variety of styles: impressionist-inspired lilies, shadowy charcoals, and realist portraits in glowing hues.
221 East Colonial Drive
Orlando,
FL
US
An everybody bar with great nightly entertainment. One of the only places in Orlando where you find tattooed hipsters and white collar professionals hanging out together.
1321 N Mills Ave
Orlando,
FL
US
Orange County Regional History Center showcases the area's past inside a building steeped in Orange County history: the 1927 Courthouse. Today, visitors can explore the grand courtroom where the murderous Ted Bundy was allegedly arraigned. Such recent events, however, barely scratch the surface of the 12,000 years worth of history encompassed within the center's permanent exhibitions. Spanning Native American and Spanish roots to the meteoric rise of Walt Disney World, the museum illustrates Orange County's vast lineage. The building has five floors, four of which house permanent exhibitions, temporary exhibitions and materials for traveling exhibitions that highlight Florida history throughout the country. An Affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, the museum also plays host to programs for all ages, from lunchtime speaking engagements to educational programs designed to spark the imagination and satisfy curiosity. The Emporium offers one-of-a-kind gifts reflecting the cultural history of Central Florida including rare vintage photographs, quirky Florida souvenirs, and delicious Florida treats.
65 E Central Blvd
Orlando,
FL
US
Dash Around Tours' experienced guides cart up to 14 sightseers to scenic central Florida locales, such as Cocoa Beach, Lake Eola, and Kissimmee, aboard the Dashmobile, a van replete with complimentary food and drinks. During unique expeditions, quirky tour guides take digital pictures for the group's future perusal on the web, as well as dole out their own brand of trivia about central Florida that they admit is more useless than a megaphone at mime school. The tour price includes admission to area attractions, but riders must provide their own change for retail purchases.
101 North Rosalind Avenue
Orlando,
FL
US
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