You are in Orlando! No matter if this is a regular trip with your partner, or you are on your honeymoon, Orlando can be the perfect gateway. Famed for its theme parks and Kennedy Space Center, this city is fun and happening for the right reasons, both in the day and at night. Spend your day enjoying the rides at Disney’s many attractions, while at night, you can head to Mango’s tropical cafe Orlando for a fun night and dinner show. In this post, we are sharing top things that couples need to try in the city.
Figure out the entertainment spots
The first stop for your evening has to be ICON Orlando, where you can take a ride on The Wheel and watch the majestic view of the city. If you are a fan of arcade games, don’t miss Fun Spot America, which also has some amazing rides and Go-Kart experience. Wonder Works is another top spot that has to be visited, and for those who love oddities of life, Ripley’s Believe It or Not is a good place to head to. At Crayola Experience, you can create your own custom crayon, and if you don’t mind driving out of the city, Kennedy Space Center is where you can learn it all about NASA.
Shop like a pro!
Disney Springs is a good place to shop, and there are some amazing restaurants to eat your meal. There are also several outlet brands in Orlando, which have great deals and offers. Mall at Millennia is also a nice place to shop for the luxury brands, and The Florida Mall is among the best ones in the state. Pointe Orlando is where you can shop and catch a movie on a weekday. Universal’s City Walk is a nice place to pick a few souvenirs.
Museums and more
SKELETONS: Animals Unveiled is a good place to see real animal skeletons, and if you are a fan of glitz, glamour and Hollywood, head to Madame Tussauds, which has 200+ wax figurines and is open until 10 pm at night. Orlando Science Center is a good place for science enthusiasts, and adults usually love the experience of The World of Chocolate Museum, where one can try different chocolates.
The nightclubs in Orlando are open until late, so reserve your table and enjoy Brazilian Samba on a weekday when you don’t want to stroll around.