A Victorian cottage style house, it is located in Longwood, Florida. It was originally built in Altamonte Springs and later shifted to Longwood. It was built circa 1885 as a residence for architect Nathaniel Jeramiah Bradlee and his family. It is one of the few surviving cottages in the region. It is built in Queen Anne style architecture, consisting of three stories, 13 rooms, an octagonal tower and white exteriors, which were all typical to the Victorian era.
The Presidents Hall of Fame is a great place to celebrate America's political history. This former wax museum changed names to emphasize its expanding collection. Exhibitions feature objects and memorabilia from the White House, like china and glassware dating back to the 1960s. Replicas of national landmarks like the Lincoln Memorial and Mount Rushmore are also on display. The best-known exhibition, however, remains the Miniature White House.
The Citrus Tower built in 1956, still enjoys the honor of being one of the tallest structures in the region. The tower has since long attracted a lot of tourists who come to marvel at the view from its observation deck. Although some complain that the original grandeur of the building has diminished, owing to the felling of a thicket of orange trees that once surrounded it, Citrus Tower still brings in many a travelers and vacationers.
Get your adrenaline pumping at the Orlando Grand Prix. This indoor facility is a thrilling go-kart race track that will enable visitors to experience the excitement of first-hand racing. A large projector screen keeps spectators and drivers posted on the speeds and lap-times. Compete on one of the two race tracks and see if you can drive faster than your friends. Kids can race on junior karts.
Zulu Exclusive Gallery is dedicated to the preservation and presentation of African art. Located within the CityArts building, the place offers an insightful peek into the works of renowned African artists. The gallery purchases the artwork directly from the artists, ensuring the quality of the pieces. The exhibits on display provide a historical overview of African art forms spanning ten decades.
511 West South Street Orlando, FL 32805 +1 407 245 7535
A culturally rich museum located in the historic Wells'Built Hotel, the emphasis here is on the local African American culture and history. Built by Dr. Wells, an African American doctor, this hotel was created during segregation and was made to house African American musicians. The hotel guestrooms feature classic furniture from the 1930s. Other exhibits are on display at the South Street Casino.
The Congo River Golf is all about undulating greens, miniature tree-lined golf courses and mysterious caves that provide the perfect setting for adventure-seekers. The golf course is cut through forest and is home to waterfalls which are as scenic as it gets. The jungle course is filled with gators and visitors can get food and feed them along the course. All in all, this award-winning place is amongst the most photographed golf areas in the city.
Showcasing some of the best art downtown, the CityArts Factory is a gallery with a unique concept. It is actually a conglomeration of a number of galleries displaying various forms of art by local as well as international artists. With exhibits that change monthly, the CityArts Factory keeps its collection on the cutting edge of the art world, so you'll always be able to discover something new. Established with the mission to bring as much art to the public as possible, CityArts Factory provides locals and tourists alike with an educational, inspiring experience.
7220 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 +1 407 226 7220
Have you always dreamed of cracking that complicated murder mystery playing out on TV? This is your chance to live the dream with a hands-on CSI experience. Gather and examine the evidence at multiple "crime scenes," and then solve the puzzle in the lab to nab the culprit. CSI: The Experience promises lots of fun for those with a curious mindset.
The Grand Bohemian Gallery was established by art lover Richard C. Kessler. He displays his wide range of unique and rare art pieces of oil paintings, glass, wood, contemporary jewelry, bronze sculptures as well as unique gift items. The venue is known to host various monthly exhibitions as well as some special occasions where artists can come together and share their creations. In addition to these events, they also offer their premises for some corporate events and private parties.
Thrills are for sharing! Only Wet 'n Wild Orlando gives
you more themed, multi person thrill rides than any other waterpark around. Signature hits like Disco H2O, Brain Wash, Bubba Tub, The Flyer and more high speed, seriously twisted, ...
Ripley's operates 35 oddity museums worldwide, and the experience of
visiting one is a bit like devouring a pint of ice cream; you know it's not really good for you, but boy is it fun! The Orlando collection is ...
Congo River Adventure Golf is conveniently located on International Drive
near the Universal Orlando Resort, and it provides a fun time for the whole family. This miniature golfing center offers two very creative courses to choose from the "Livingstone" ...