Female Speaker: Well-known around the world for its famous theme parks, Orlando has an abundance of other unique and interesting places to explore, including some smaller themed attractions that are light on the budget and provides something for everyone.
Jodie Hardman: What makes at Orlando is fun thing to do, outdoor things to do, something that my kids can leave and they can go, wow! That was awesome!
Female Speaker: Fun Spot Action Park offers fun for the whole family. Thanks to its multi-level go-cart tracks and classic thrill rides, and you'll find a world of fun inside the upside down WonderWorks Building. Built as an amusement park for the mind, it houses over 100 interactive exhibits including a three-storey indoor ropes course and even lazer tag.
A trip to the area would not be complete without saying hello to a few of the State's native residence at Gatorland, one of the Orlando's first attractions. It's billing as the Alligator Capital of the World, says it all.
Tim Williams: This is the oldest park in Central Florida. We began in 1949, a lot of fun, a lot of things to do for the family and a great place to learn about these wonderful animals.
Female Speaker: Water lovers can get their fill at some of the best water parks in the country including Wet 'n Wild on International Drive. Disney's two parks Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach and SeaWorld South Seas inspired Aquatica.
Knowledge seekers can have their intellect stimulated at one of Orlando's numerous museums and interactive experiences. The Orlando Science Center is one of America's top hands-on science museums loaded with state-of-the-art fun and interactive exhibits, both young and old will surely be impressed.
Linda Cegelis: Many people don't realize what a wonderful rich, cultural center Orlando is, with fine art, theatre, all kinds of art festivals.
Female Speaker: Art lovers will want to check out Winter Park's Charles Hosmer Morse museum of American Art which features the most extensive collection of Tiffany leaded glass in the world, and The Holy Land Experience brings the Bible's sights and sounds to life in a unique and interactive way. This living biblical museum takes you on a remarkable journey over 2000 years into the past.
You can always find something new to experience in Orlando. Try out one of the city's vast assortment of intricate mini golf courses or to beat the heat spend some time at one of the city's many indoor attractions.
Allen Johnson: You've got to get out and visit. Orlando has so many options for you to do that you'll run out of days before you run out of things to do.
Female Speaker: Whatever your interest, be sure to get out and explore Orlando's museums, smaller parks and multitude of other attractions that define this fascinating city as the world's foremost family friendly destination.