Get the scoop on attractions that have reopened in Orlando, including Madame Tussauds Orlando (pictured).


Updated June 30, 2021

Orlando attractions are open for business throughout the Orlando area. Bookmark this page and check back often for the latest updates!

Please note: Depending on the timing of your visit, some experiences may be temporarily modified. Learn more about healthy travel in Orlando, and check with your favorite attractions for their current status.

Attractions Now Open in Orlando

Overview of the rides at Fun Spot America Theme Parks Orlando
Fun Spot America in Orlando

Attractions are open throughout Orange County, providing countless wonderous experiences beyond our theme parks. Unless otherwise noted, all venues listed on our Attractions page are open for business. Please check their websites for hours of operation and additional information.

Learn more: Orlando Theme Parks Welcome You Back

Frog statue at Harry P. Leu Gardens
Harry P. Leu Gardens in Orlando

Outdoors & Ecotourism

Unless otherwise noted, all attractions listed on our Sports & Outdoors page are open for business, as are all major sports venues. These include downtown Orlando’s Amway Center (home of the NBA’s Orlando Magic and ECHL’s Orlando Solar Bears), Exploria Stadium (home of MLS’s Orlando City Soccer Club and the NWSL’s Orlando Pride), and Camping World Stadium, which hosts numerous bowl games and other sporting events, as well as ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World, and the United States Tennis Association National Campus in Lake Nona.

Additionally, Orange County’s public parks and trails are open, providing excellent opportunities to have fun and enjoy Orlando’s great weather. Check with Orange County for details about your favorite public parks. State parks throughout Florida are also open, including local state parks such as Wekiwa Springs, Blue Spring and De Leon Springs. Check with the State of Florida for information about your preferred state parks.

Learn more: Natural Springs in Orlando

The front exterior of the Orange County Regional History Center and Heritage Square
Orange County Regional History Center in Orlando

Arts & Culture

Unless otherwise noted, all cultural venues listed on our Arts & Entertainment page are open for business, as are numerous other historical venues and museums & galleries. Please check their websites for hours of operation and additional information.


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