- ESPN Wide World of Sports
- Disney Springs
- Walt Disney World Resort
- Universal Orlando Resort
- SeaWorld Orlando
- Kennedy Space Center
- Medieval Times Dinner Show and Tournament
- Lake Buena Vista Factory Outlets
- Orlando Vineland Premium Outlet
- Orlando International Premium Outlet
The newly-rebranded and expansive Disney Springs shopping and entertainment district keeps growing. The good news is they’ve also added free parking and new roadways to make it easier to visit. Disney Springs continues to add a variety of great dining, shops and entertainment, including a new VR experience at The Void that immerses you in the world of Star Wars. It’s a great spot to hang out!
Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run and Stars Wars: Rise of the Resistance at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and attractions in Pandora – The World of Avatar at Disney’s Animal Kingdom are popular rides with potentially long wait times. Be sure to download the My Disney Experience app in advance for attraction wait times, reservations, park maps and more, all from the convenience of your phone.
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If you’re looking for nightlife and dining fun, you can head to downtown Orlando or over to the famous I-Drive closer to the resort and parks. You’ll find plenty of options to enjoy. On I-Drive, Mango’s Tropical Cafe is the largest offering and features “dinner and a show” with a Latin flair open to all ages. Then, from 10 pm until 2 am, there’s a cover charge.
If you’re visiting the theme parks, make sure to download the My Disney Experience and Universal Orlando Resort™ apps for current wait times, maps, mobile food ordering and more. And if you’re looking for quicker attraction access and don’t mind a cost, check out Universal Express passes at Universal Orlando Resort. As for beaches, Cocoa Beach and Daytona Beach are about an hour-and-a-half away.