Walking distance to Disney Springs® Area
This all-suite hotel with its own convention center is within 6 miles of Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando, SeaWorld, and the Orlando Convention ...
Located in the heart of Kissimmee, this motel is 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from Disney's Animal Kingdom® Theme Park and within 6 mi (10 km) of Mighty Jungle Golf and Disney's ...
CoCo Key Hotel and Water Resort - Orlando is a 12-minute drive from SeaWorld® Orlando and 9 minutes from The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™ at Universal Studios ...
Liki Tiki Village by Diamond Resorts is a 64-acre hotel in southwest Orlando, a half-hour drive from Orlando International Airport. Guests can drive 10 minutes ...
Walking distance to Disney Springs® Area
Within walking distance of Universal Orlando™ theme parks and Universal CityWalk™, this hotel offers Early Park Admission* to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™ ...
This family-friendly Orlando hotel is located in the entertainment district, within 3 mi (5 km) of Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park and Disney's Hollywood ...
With the likes of Wet'n'Wild Water Park and Epcot on offer, Orlando can get a little pricey, but there are stacks of fun things to do on a budget. For those who enjoy hiking, Winter Park and the Disney Wilderness Reserve hold plenty of natural fun. For a boost of cute on your Orlando travels, pay Peabody Hotel a visit at 11 a.m. or 5 p.m. to watch the hotel's Peabody Ducks perform an adorable march through the lobby.
From Cocoa Beach to Lake Eola, let CheapTickets help you plan your Orlando vacation with these money-saving highlights.
Those who want to enjoy beautiful weather should book their Orlando vacations for the early fall instead of the summer. High temperatures during September and October are still in the mid-80s, but the risk of afternoon thunderstorms is much lower than in the summer. Early fall is also a great time to plan Orlando travel, since it is a relatively slow tourism period in the area. Hotel rates during fall and winter are usually lower than the peak rates of summer, so travelers may take advantage of cheap accommodations.
Save on admission to nearly 50 area attractions by purchasing the Go Orlando card, which is available in single or multi-day passes.
Purchase an Express Pass at Universal Orlando Resort to get access to thrill rides without having to wait in line.
Attend the Cirque du Soleil show La Nouba for a breathtaking live acrobatic performance.
Spend an evening strolling through Downtown Disney, an outdoor shopping and entertainment plaza at Walt Disney World.
If you will be visiting Walt Disney World, stay at one of the resort hotels to get free transportation and early park access.
An hour's drive east of Orlando will take you to Cocoa Beach, one of the most happening beach towns in Florida. Swim and sunbake, or get more active with a kayak tour. If you get hungry, there are plenty of cafés and outlet stores to satisfy, as well as clubs and bars for the rowdier crowd. For the optimum budget-friendly Orlando vacation experience, stick to the beach activities and small cafes.
These stunning gardens are a must for park lovers. Not only will you find thriving greenery and pretty blooms, but also a Butterfly Garden, art exhibitions and an on-site museum. Adult entry costs $6 and for kids under 18, it's only $2, and guided tours are a few dollars extra.
For fine art, outdoor sculptures and an educational slant to your Orlando travels, the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens are worth a visit. A $5 entry fee (kids under 12 are free) will get you access to the museum, gardens, chapel and historic Polasek home. Plus, you can get a free guided tour to learn about the museum and its namesake.
Enjoy free concerts, theater performances and open-mic nights at the Eddie Rose Amphitheater and Cranes Roost Plaza in Uptown Altamonte. There's something on every night, so check online to find events that appeal to you.
From shrunken heads and the smallest car in the world to a portrait of Beyoncé made entirely of candy, Ripley's is an icon to the world of weird and wacky. Tickets are around $20 on-site, but if you purchase them online in advance, you can score a discount.
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