Things To Do

A father and son in the water with fish and rays at Discovery Cove.

Things to Do in Orlando

Dynamic Variation:

Whether it’s a trip for familiescouples, single travelers or a group of friends, Orlando is the perfect destination thanks to wondrous diversity that ensures an unforgettable vacation filled with unique experiences for every visitor. In short, you’ll never run out of things to do in Orlando — and you’ll make a lifetime of cherished memories while you’re at it!

For instance, if thrill-seeking is your style, you won’t be able to get enough of our open-air theme parks, expansive water parks and amazing attractions. There’s a lot more for you to discover, though, including diningshoppingecotourism and other things you won’t want to miss. So, get out and explore it all — there’s no wrong way to experience Orlando!

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, restaurants and other businesses for their current status.

Explore Unique Things to Do in Orlando

Given Orlando’s claim to fame — Theme Park Capital of the World — we know that most visitors come here to experience our incredible theme parks and attractions, but there’s much more for you to enjoy while you’re in town. In fact, it would take more than 120 days to tackle everything!

If you come to Orlando to eat, for example, you certainly won’t go away hungry — not with more than 5,000 restaurants featuring celebrity chefs and local favorites, plus options for every palate and price point. We’re also home to sizzling nightlife and entertainment, including vibrant dance clubs, craft breweries and wineries, playfully furtive speakeasies, and other enticing choices.

What else do you demand from a perfect vacation? World-class shopping? Acclaimed arts and culture? Engaging history museums? Luxurious spas? We have them. Or, head to the great outdoors for unbeatable ecotourism adventures and one-of-a-kind opportunities to watch and play sports, including more than 150 golf courses and the United States Tennis Association National Campus.

All that and a lot more is waiting for you in Orlando. The only question is: What do you want to experience first?

Learn more: Orlando First-Timer Guides