What to do on I-Drive in evenings

Discussion in 'Orlando Hotels and Attractions' started by LEANNE1302, Mar 13, 2011.

  1. LEANNE1302

    LEANNE1302 Earning My Ears

    Apr 18, 2007
    Any suggestions please of what 2 adults and a 13 year old can do in the evening. We are going last two weeks in October and usually just end up going to the cinema or staying in our room. HELP.lol
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  3. Metro West

    Metro West Nothing to see here...move along.

    Apr 12, 2005
    Since this doesn't pertain specifically to Universal, I'm going to move it to the Orlando Hotels and Attractions board.
  4. Orlando Vic

    Orlando Vic Mouseketeer

    Jan 28, 2009
    Check out the route map of the I-Ride Trolley http://www.iridetrolley.com/pdf/service.pdf for ideas. The most obvious to me, as a local, is shopping at the Orlando Premium Outlets http://www.premiumoutlets.com/outlets/outlet.asp?id=96, however, you could even go to SeaWorld and Wet 'n Wild this way. There are many other ideas here: http://www.iridetrolley.com/50ways/index.asp
  5. DOOM1001

    DOOM1001 DIS Veteran

    May 23, 2003
    Both Premium Outlets,movies at Festival Bay,Pointe Orlando or Citywalk,Citywalk clubs and restaurants,Pointe Orlando restaurants and shops,indoor skydiving,Wonderworks(upside down building),Mini golf at Hawaiian Rumble or Congo river,Pirates Dinner show,they also have a more adult show called Treasure Tavern,Blue Man Group at Citywalk,Go karts and rides at Magical Midway,Mall at Millenia is also pretty close,a lot of nice restaurants on restaurant row on Sand Lake rd on the other side if I-4 from I-Drive,Luau at the Royal Pacific etc..
  6. happymommy

    happymommy DIS Veteran

    Jan 8, 2006
    I was looking at wonderworks myself - looks like they have a comedy show that's family friendly.

    Anyone been? My son loves comedy (he loved the guy on our Disney cruise).
  7. Jason71

    Jason71 Brother to pirates and corsairs...

    Jul 30, 2001
    There are some amazingly fun mini golf courses scattered along I-Drive--they rival, I might even say surpass, the ones on WDW property.

    Also, by late October, Dave & Busters should be open on the site of the old Race Rock.
  8. phoward336

    phoward336 Earning My Ears

    Apr 11, 2007
    Aside from the ones already stated, a few other suggestions:

    Cafe Tu Tu Tango - they often have live music and dancers which add a bit of fun to dinner.

    Adobe Gilas - it's in the mall on I-drive on the second floor - it's really a bar, but kids are allowed and they have great daily specials - I think Thursday might be fajita night, sometimes live music - call and see

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