Best Small Attractions

Discussion in 'Orlando Hotels and Attractions' started by britdis, Mar 9, 2011.

  1. britdis

    britdis Earning My Ears

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    Looking to fill down down-time out of the parks with smaller attractions so i was wondering outside of the Disney/Universal/Seaworld/etc big attraction what are your favourites in orlando?

    I've heard good things about the Titanic exhibition & Gatorland.
     
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  3. Orlando Vic

    Orlando Vic Mouseketeer

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    Gatorland is very popular.
     
  4. momtoejanda

    momtoejanda DIS Veteran

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    Not really outside of disney but.....

    My kids love Fantasia Gardens Mini Golf. It was very relaxing.
     
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    I hear that Wonderworks and the dinner magic show are very popular. I'm hoping to try them out during our April trip
     
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    How about dinner show on off day from the parks. I love going to the flea markets on I-drive if they is still there.
     
  7. Watson34

    Watson34 Earning My Ears

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    I just have read in books or watched in movies about Disney. Really want to go there in real. I have heard that it is like a dream land.. How have you guys found it? :rotfl:
     
  8. kathy884

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    Gatorland (we go almost every trip - We usually spend about three hours there) and the Titanic attraction (very well done) as you mentioned are great mini attractions. I would recommend both.

    Something else, depending on you interests that we found to be a lot of fun was indoor sky diving (each person goes in one at a time with the instructor) in a wind tunnel on I-drive. Our entire extended family group ages 13-74 did it. They get lots of tourists as well as sky diving teams who practice their skills. This is located across from Wet and Wild on I - drive.

    http://www.iflyorlando.com/ifly-indoor-skydiving?gclid=CP7AnvTYw6cCFQprKgodIl09GQ
     

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