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