Orlando Explorer Pass - Choose 4
The Orlando Explorer Pass is the best choice for maximum savings and flexibility at Orlando's famous I-Drive area attractions. Save up to 35% off retail prices on admission to 4 attractions. Choose from over 10 top attractions, including the Orlando Eye, Madame Tussauds, SEA LIFE Aquarium, Gatorl...
Travel Dates: 1 July - 31 December 2020
3 Day Disneys Magic Your Way Base Ticket
Visit a selection of the 4 must-see Walt Disney World Resort Theme Parks with the Walt Disney World Magic Your Way Base Ticket. Discover all that Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park have to offer, from Disney characters and movie magic to e...
Travel Dates: 1 February - 31 December 2020
The American city of Orlando conjures up images of magical theme parks, wildlife experiences and an artistic downtown atmosphere. The city known mainly for its collection of theme parks is also worth visiting for a variety of other attractions. There's so much to do inside the city and outside on Florida's diverse coast. You can go from walking through the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, to seeing Kennedy Space Center and swimming with dolphins on a day tour.
Don't miss these Orlando attractions
- Walt Disney World multi-day tickets
- Everglades airboat safaris
- Swimming with manatees
- City hot-air balloon rides
- City sightseeing tours
Breathtaking moments just waiting to happen
Orlando is a remarkable city, home to numerous attractions and activities that take you far outside of a typical day. The theme parks are often a popular place for visitors to seek out magical moments. Multi-day tickets make it easy to visit the four Walt Disney World theme parks and the two Universal theme parks.
Your jaw doesn't stop dropping there. If you head outside of the city, the Kennedy Space Center awaits to show you the wonders of space including giving you a taste of space travel. Nature is at its wildest in Orlando down the Everglades where you pass by gators on a speeding airboat, and along Florida's countryside where you can zip around on ATVs.
If you head into Orlando's downtown precinct, you're in for a cultural treat as you explore the numerous eating, drinking, shopping and entertainment options. With history tours running regularly, you can learn a lot about Orlando's historic areas such as the Church Street District. There are also ghost tours available for those who want to see a different side to the city.
While downtown, make sure you go on a locally guided walking tour, so you know where all the great restaurants, bars and artsy places are. You might also want to duck into some of the city's museums such as the Orlando Science Center and Orlando Museum of Art.