Orlando is an amazing and magical playground for adults and children alike; a holiday destination like no other where every day is a new adventure.
For a touch of dance culture, head for the Orlando Ballet. Since 1974 it has drawn audiences for full-length classical ballets and exciting contemporary dance.
Look to the Orlando Museum of Art to see an impressive collection of African and American art, featuring artists like Georgia O’Keefe, Robert Rauschenberg and Andy Warhol.
The nearby International Drive is packed with options for shopping, dining and entertainment for all ages.
The world’s greatest collection of aircraft and fighter planes awaits those visiting Fantasy of Flight, with planes from the earliest pioneering days, through both world wars, and beyond.
At the Kennedy Space Centre, you can immerse yourself in flight beyond the bounds of the earth, with tours of the launch areas, meet veteran astronauts, and even train in spaceflight simulators.
The Orlando Science Centre is four floors of exciting exhibitions, giant movie screens, and engaging live programmes.
The two main venues for large-scale, crowd-pleasing sports, music and other events are the Amway Arena and the Florida Citrus Bowl.
In the know
The Wyndham Orlando Resort offers a number of ways to make your stay extra special if you know about them! Here are our insider’s secrets for the hotel:
Building number eight is close to the swimming pools.
Building number 16 is closest to the convention centre.
There are no elevators to the second floors of the accommodation.
Not all the rooms have a balcony, so ask first if you want one.
Building number 10 at the back of the resort is quieter.
Rooms either face the parking area, or the gardens/pools.