The Indoor Playground is a safe, family frendly, climate controlled playground for children to play and learn. We have a bounce house, play set, train table, doll house, play kitchen, birthday parties, baby showers, special events, craft times, story times, and much mcuh more.
Skydive Sebastian’s planes fly far above the Atlantic, affording their passengers a chance to drop into Florida's eastern edge near the picturesque swimming cove of Sebastian Inlet. The company's hangar and flock of professional skydivers—some of whom boast more than 16,000 jumps––await flights at a 7-acre facility, where they host first-time tandem skydivers and operate a skydiving school for beginners interested in learning to skydive on their own through the Accelerated Freefall course. Meanwhile, experienced skydivers with a passion for the sport of skydiving can receive independent coaching to keep free-fall skills sharp.
Coach Academy Inc educates, equips, and empowers excellence in life coaching. We accomplish this through online training. In addition Sandra Lenington coaches privately, with focus on clarity, optimization of inner/outer environment, activation of action plan, challenges and honing skills.
The size of the universe is nearly beyond comprehension, yet somehow it all seems to fit within the Eastern Florida State College Planetarium & Observatory. Nestled along the shores of Clear Lake, the planetarium and observatory take visitors throughout the solar system, across the spirals of distant galaxies, and right into a black hole's solid candy heart. Two star projectors work together within Star Theater, where a 70-foot screen recreates the night sky with special effects and lasers. This allows the planetarium's team to take audiences on a tour of different constellations, or combine music and laser effects for a bit of fun. The Discovery Movie Theater screens science documentaries, while a space-themed art gallery takes a more creative look at the heavens.
Interactive science exhibits sprawl across the rest of the facility, which boasts free entry for all. One of these?The Foucault pendulum?proves Newton's First Law of Motion in a clear, visual way. A giant 235-pound pendulum swings from the ceiling, striking a golf ball from a tee every 26 minutes on the dot, in perfect harmony with the Earth's rotation. In another area, a rooftop telescope looks into the heavens and displays its findings on a computer monitor for all to see.
Throughout Kissimmee, to the southwest of downtown Orlando, a plethora of theme parks stake their claim, carving colorful alternate universes from the palm-strewn landscape. Roller coasters, costumed characters, and animal adventures each have their niche; Walt Disney World’s four theme parks and two water parks run the gamut. The revelry doesn't end at the park gates: a number of popular dinner theaters scattered nearby continue the spirit of multisensory entertainment.