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Top 5 Gems in Orlando

4 October 2012 No Comment

If you are planning on going to Orlando you have to check out these 5 things. You will not be disappointed of what you find here. For more information about Orlando check out Holidays Orlando http://www.holidaysorlando.eu.com.

Sun Splash Park

One of the first things to do is to go to Sun Splash Park at Daytona Beach, in Orlando, Florida. The park is free but a person has to pay to drive on the road to get to the park, but it is worth it. The park has four acres of beach, volley ball, playground, picnic area, and it is opened daily from sunrise to sunset.

Ripley’s Believe it or Not

For those who cherish the mystery and excitement of the unknown, go to Ripley’s Believe it or Not in Orlando, Florida. Robert Ripley has travelled the world to find the most unusual items and to tell scary stories to all who come to watch and listen.

Pirates Dinner Adventure

Are you a family that enjoys going out to eat but want a new change instead of just the ordinary eating places? Then check out Pirates Dinner Adventure. You get to eat on a big ship, watch a fabulous show of which any guest can take part in. There is a great meal and the show keeps everyone entertained for several hours. After the show and the meal there will be so much to talk about.

Botanic Gardens and Orlando Zoo

For families who enjoy visiting the zoo and looking at all the animals, asking questions about the animals and also observing how the animals act, can visit Central Florida and Botanical Gardens in Orlando, Florida. There are many animal exhibits to look at from fish to birds to snakes, and everything in between. People can also become involved in the zoo by adopting an animal or donating to the zoo.

A place called Green Meadows Farm is a place where children of all ages can go to pet and play with all different types of animals. It is just a few miles from Orlando, Florida and easy to get to. At Easter time there is a special Easter egg hunt. At Halloween time there is the really spooky haunted house opened every weekend in October and from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day there is the Red Christmas Barn. The red barn is filled with many little animals to pet and play with. Around Halloween time the children are also able to pick out their own special pumpkin.

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