Free Things to do in Orlando

Traveling to Orlando on a budget?

Not a problem!

When traveling to this marvelous city, you don't have to spend tons of money at the theme parks to have a great time. Orlando is home to several locales and venues that provide plenty of entertainment to those both young and old.

If you're still not convinced Orlando is within your budget, take a look at these free things to do and brace yourself for a low-cost yet super fun vacation.

Lake Eola Park

With 43 acres ready to be explored, Lake Eola Park is the beautiful centerpiece of downtown Orlando.

In addition to the picturesque water fountain, there are also several recreational activities such as trails, beautiful swans to feed, swan shaped paddleboats and playgrounds for the little ones.

Ocala National Forest

The Ocala National Forest is home to real Florida swamps and a 60-mile hiking trail where you may even get to take a look at a real Florida gator casually swimming through the lakes and streams.

Guests are typically delighted to know that this is the second-largest National Forest in the state of Florida.

Disney Springs

Yes, Disney Springs is free!

There may not be any rides but there are plenty of souvenir shops and attractions to keep your easily entertained for a full day.

While strolling through these streets you can rock out with some of the street musicians or take a pit stop and build LEGO skyscrapers while overlooking the water.

Things to do on Park Ave Winter Park

Whether you are a resident in Orlando or dropping by for a visit, you and your family will surely enjoy the sights and sounds of this wonderful place! Park Avenue in Winter Park is your one-stop spot where you can enjoy the afternoon relaxing and having a picnic at the Central Park’s rose garden then top it off by catching the Winter Park Scenic Boat Tour where you will get the chance to pleasantly enjoy as you cruise along Lakes Osceola, Virginia, and Maitland.

If you are a fan of art and history, be sure to pay a visit to the Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art, before heading off to the shopping area on Park Avenue. Here you will find plenty of boutiques and restaurants that serve breakfast, lunch, brunch, and romantic dinners. You will surely enjoy everything that Park Ave winter park has to offer!

By Marie Ospina

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