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Orlandos Theme Parks from E to H

Fantasy of Flight in Polk City, invites guests to explore the romance and nostalgia of flight in self-guided “immersion” experiences that chronicles the history of aviation. The North Hangar displays part of the world’s largest private collection of vintage aircraft. Flight simulators, back-lot tours, hot-air balloon flights and open cockpit biplane rides are available. ph.863-984-3500

Gatorland is home to thousands of alligators and crocodiles, some of which have appeared in movies, television shows and commercials. The 56-year-old park combines a petting zoo, bird sanctuary, mini-water park, eco-tour and action-packed outdoor entertainment, including daily alligator wrestlin’ shows. ph.800-393-5297/407-855-5496

Green Meadows Petting Farm Green Meadows Petting Farm features a two-hour guided tour to see more than 300 farm animals. Visitors are encouraged to have a first-hand experience by petting the animals, taking train and hay rides, milking a cow and riding a pony. Picnic areas are available. ph. 407-846-0770

Historic Bok Sanctuary located in Lake Wales, offers visitors 157-acres (62.8-hectares) of lush subtropical gardens on the highest point in peninsular Florida and features a world-famous, 60-bell carillon housed in a 205-foot (62.5-meter) tall tower. The Visitor Center has a café, gift shop, exhibit gallery and theater.

The Holy Land Experience re-creates the city of Jerusalem and its religious importance between the years 1450 B.C. and A.D. 66 through costumed characters; dramatic enactments; and high-tech presentations. The living Biblical museum is home to the Scriptorium, a collection of biblical antiquities dating back to 2200 B.C. ph. 866-872-4659/407-872-2272

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Gatorland is home to more than 1,000 alligators and crocodiles. A daily Gator Jumparoo feeding show features alligators leaping out of the water.
Gatorland is home to more than 1,000 alligators and crocodiles. A daily Gator Jumparoo feeding show features alligators leaping out of the water.

   
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