Orlandos Theme Parks from K to R
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
offers tours of behind-the-scenes areas with view
of Space Shuttle facilities and launch pads.
Meet a real astronaut every day and see Space
Station 3D in the world's largest twin IMAX® theater.
The Astronaut Hall of Fame features the world's largest
collection of astronaut memorabilia, plus displays, exhibits, hands-on activities and simulators.
Train for the rigors of space flight and prepare for your own mission aboard a full-scale shuttle mock-up during the new Astronaut Training Experience (ATX).
Lakeridge Winery & Vineyards
located in Clermont, is Florida’s largest premium winery. Visitors can take a free tour
of the winery, sample wines in the tasting room or purchase a bottle of the
award-winning Lakeridge wine at the gift shop.
Richard Petty Driving Experience
takes motorsports fans out of the
grandstands and puts them behind the wheel of a stock car. Ride-and-drive programs
on the 1-mile (1.6-kilometer), tri-oval Walt Disney World Speedway and 2.5-mile (4-kilometer)
Daytona International Speedway are available. Reservations requested.
Ripley’s Believe It or Not
! Orlando Odditorium, housed in
a building that appears to be sinking, looks like it fell victim to one
of Florida’s infamous sinkholes. Explore artifacts, collections,
weird art/hobbies and interactive exhibits in 16 galleries of the
odd and unusual from around the world.
Ron Jon Surf Park
, opening in late 2005, features
a large surf pool with 4-8 foot (1.2-to 2.4-meter)
waves for intermediate/advanced surfers or body boarders and a
training surf pool with 3-4 foot (.91 to 1.2 meter) waves for beginner/novice surfers or body boarders.
It also offers a standing-wave and children’s waterplay area, Surf School, World Surf Travel themed
Mexican restaurant and Ron Jon Surf Shop.
Kennedy Space Center