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15 Things to Do in the Orlando Area While Avoiding Crowds

Parents never imagined a Spring Break in Orlando with theme parks shut down, festivals postponed and day camps canceled – yet, here we are. COVID-19 has us all in a frenzy, but that doesn’t mean Spring Break can’t be fun! Here are 15 ways to get out of the house and keep your families entertained while avoiding crowds.

Editor’s Note: Updates to this article are being made on a daily basis due to frequent changes. We recommend that you call before you go to ensure these places are still open. This article was last updated on 3/15/2020 at 7 a.m. Bok Tower Gardens and Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive are now closed and have been replaced with new activities.

1. Grab Your Binoculars.
Drive-Thru Safari Park at Wild Florida

Grab your binoculars to take your family on an African Savannah adventure without leaving your car at the Wild Florida’s Drive-Thru Safari Park. This newish safari park has more than 100 native and exotic animals roaming through its grasslands including giraffe, zebra, antelope, bison and more. There is even an opportunity to feed and take a selfie with the giraffes. Update: Wild Florida has kept the Drive-Thru Safari Park open while closing the other aspects of their business (air boat rides and gator park).


2. Take a Hike.
Hiking Trail for Kids
The Florida Trail

Take a hike off the beaten path at Orlando Wetlands Park or The Florida Trail. This is your opportunity to see Florida wildlife in their natural habitat. Younger kids will love counting birds and other species. Parents can create a nature scavenger hunt (or find one on Pinterest) to keep the kids focused and entertained.


3. Go Fishing.

There’s no shortage of beautiful lakes in Central Florida and many of them are stocked to the brim with fish. Turning your children into anglers is easier than you might think. Here are 3 Steps to your first family fishing adventure.


4. Go on a private trail ride.

Hidden Palms Ranch is a small, family owned business in Sanford that provides private,  guided,  horseback trail rides through the picturesque Lake Jesup Conservation Area. Your family can slow down, unwind, feel the sun on your face and enjoy the beauty of the real Florida on horseback together.


5. Pretend you’re an early Florida cowboy at Fort Christmas.
Fort Christmas

The restored Fort Christmas in East Orange County includes a history museum and replica of an old Florida town. Kids can use their imagination to become early Florida settlers that churn their own butter and weave their own baskets. There’s also a playground and huge open fields to let them run off their energy.


6. Get some books delivered from the library.

You don’t even have to leave your home to get books from the Orange County Library System‘s home delivery service. The library’s online service allows you to browse the shelves online and select your favorites for delivery. They’ll drop them off right on your doorstep.


7. Experience Nature of the Game.

Leu Gardens is a great place to keep your distance from others. Enjoy their Nature of the Game exhibit where you can play nature inspired games throughout the gardens. As of 3/15/2020 at 6:38am, Leu Gardens is still open to the public. 


8. Snap more than just selfies at Orlando’s Wall Crawl.
Wall Crawl; Photo by Jessica Friend Photo Design

Book an appointment to explore the vibrant and ever-changing creative photo backdrops at this one-of-a-kind studio. You can book a photographer or just take some selfies and/or photos with your phone! They limit the amount of people with reserved times.


9. Go Kayaking
Wekiva River’s short run between Wekiva Island and Wekiwa Springs State Park

Wekiva Island is a locally-owned business that provides kayak, canoe and stand up paddle board rentals without reservations. This leisurely cruise on the Wekiva River will be a great outdoor adventure for the whole family.


10. Get a private surf lesson with Molli Miller Surf School.
Molli Miller Surf School

Nothing says Spring Break in Florida like a little beach time. Molli Miller’s Surf School offers private and group lessons and is perfect for children and adults of all ages. Bonus: space is limited, so no crowds!


11. Make DIY Birthday Cards for a Cause.
DIY Birthday Cards for a Cause

This is the perfect indoor activity to avoid crowds completely by staying home. Each month, the Foundation for Foster Children sends out handmade birthday cards to children in the foster care system. Find out how to participate here.


12. Enjoy the beach without crowds at Canaveral National Seashore.

Just south of New Smyrna Beach is a stretch of Atlantic Coastline often overlooked by tourists. Canaveral National Seashore boasts beautiful dunes, sandy natural beaches, and four short interpretive walks. It’s the perfect afternoon for families looking to relax and have a picnic on the beach. Updated: they have closed Canaveral National Seashore.


13. Pack the bikes and hit the West Orange Trail.
West Orange Trail / Downtown Winter Garden

This 22 mile paved trail goes from the Orange/Lake County line all the way into Apopka. We recommend parking near the Oakland trail head where families might get a peek at a private farm’s Watusi cattle with their giant horns. The stretch near Winter Garden is also wonderful because you can grab a bite to eat at the city’s delicious restaurants (if they’re still an option).


14. Rent a swan boat at Lake Eola.
Swan Boats at Lake Eola; Image by Simply Shelby Photography

Spend an afternoon paddling your way across downtown Orlando’s iconic lake. Afterwards, throw down a blanket and enjoy a picnic in the grassy park. Tickets are only available at Lake Eola and cost $15 for a 30 minute rental. If downtown Orlando isn’t your scene, try Oviedo on the Park’s paddle boat rentals. 


15. Go on a treasure hunt with your phone.

Geocaching became a pretty popular hobby a few years ago. Download the Geocaching app, enter your location, and follow clues to hidden treasures all over Central Florida. Don’t forget to bring a treasure of your own to leave behind when you uncover a location.

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Amanda Green is a native Floridian and mother of two. She enjoys writing about travel, family, adventure, and living the Florida lifestyle. Look for her next time you're outside exploring Central Florida's parks and trails.

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Holiday Break Camps
At the Lab in the Oviedo Mall
9am-4pm. $60/Day Includes all Materials & Take Homes
Ages 5-11.

12 Children Max.
Masks Required. Bring a Nut-Free Lunch!


December 23: Candy Chemistry
December 24: Holiday Fun Lab
December 28: Dinosaur Adventures
December 29: Maker Fest
December 30: Glow Party
Due to small group numbers, pre-registration IS required.
Please go to https://cfl.madscience.org/parents-register-a.aspx to sign up!

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January 1

Buckle up for your wildest car ride yet! Travel down gravel paths within our Drive-thru Safari Park and discover more than 100 native and exotic animals roaming freely. During your journey, you’ll have the opportunity to observe a variety of animals often only found around the world. Enjoy identifying species from as far away as the African savanna to others from the deciduous forests of North America, all from the comfort of your own car.

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Spanish Online Live Program

All Kids Spanish
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Toddlers-5th Grade We are here to help! We understand that even though we are going through a tough time, your children's learning process must continue.We have different Spanish online live program options.
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7:00 pm / 9:00 pm
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Host A Family Movie Night At Home

Gather the gang for Family Night, weekly family viewing events featuring movie specials or themed programming.

Download printable Family Night movie tickets , movie marquee signs and a movie snack box !

Don't miss family night every Friday from 7 - 9 PM on PBS KIDS!

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January 2
  • The Winter Park Farmers’ Market is normally held at the old train depot, located at 200 West New England Avenue, that has been restored into an historical landmark that hosts this NUMBER ONE produce and plant market in Central Florida. The market takes place every Saturday morning from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. and is a popular community gathering place that provides fine produce, plants, baked goods and so much more.
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9:00 am / 6:00 pm
January 2

Buckle up for your wildest car ride yet! Travel down gravel paths within our Drive-thru Safari Park and discover more than 100 native and exotic animals roaming freely. During your journey, you’ll have the opportunity to observe a variety of animals often only found around the world. Enjoy identifying species from as far away as the African savanna to others from the deciduous forests of North America, all from the comfort of your own car.

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January 2

WELCOME TO GOAT YOGA AT ALASKA FARMS!

THIS IS A PLACE WHERE EVERYONE CAN BE THEMSELVES AND ENJOY SOME QUALITY TIME WITH OUR MIX OF MINI BABY GOATS. HERE AT ALASKA FARMS OUR ANIMALS ARE OUR PRIORITY AND WE TAKE PRIDE IN EACH AND EVERY ONE OF OUR ANIMALS. WHETHER WE ARE DEALING WITH OUR PET COWS, LEMURS, GOATS, SHEEP, HORSES, EMUS, PIGS, AND MORE!

***CLASSES START PROMPTLY AT 9:30AM & 11:00 AM. ***

DEPENDING ON WHICH CLASS YOU ARE ATTENDING. UPON ENTERING THE STUDIO, A CLASS SCHEDULE WILL BE POSTED FOR YOUR HOUR-LONG SESSION WITH THE MINI GOATS OF ALASKA FARMS. YOGA CLASSES TAUGHT BY CAMILA C. AND KARINA P.
YOGA MATS WILL BE PROVIDED AND ALREADY SET IN PLACE IN THE STUDIO, JUST PICK A COMFY SPOT

YOU WILL ALSO HAVE AREAS TO SAFETLY HIDE AWAY ANY PURSES, BAGS, WATER BOTTLES, KEYS, ETC. THIS WILL ALLOW THE GOATS TO NOT TAKE ANY RISKS NIBBLING ON SOMETHING THEY SHOULDN’T BE. CONSIDERING THESE GOATS ARE PLAYFUL, AND DO TEND TO JUMP WHEN EXCITED, OR POOP/PEE ONCE THEY HAVE EATEN OR AGAIN EVEN IF THEY ARE EXCITED, WE DO RECOMMEND TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THESE AREAS. WE TAKE SAFETY SERIOUSLY FOR THE YOGIS AND OUR GOATS. .

WE WILL HAVE DESIGNATED TIMES WHEN EVERYONE WILL GET A CHANCE TO FEED THE MINI GOATS, HOLD THEM, TAKE PICTURES, AND GET TO KNOW EACH OF THEIR SPECIAL NAMES.

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10:00 am / 2:00 pm
January 2

Weekly Open House every Saturday at The Orlando School of Music!!

10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.!

Come visit us to view the school, receive a VIP tour of the school, and schedule a trial lesson! We have a lot of great perks for students and parents!

4968 East Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803! (321) 281-8386!

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1:00 pm
January 2

Fables on the Farm is a family fun time here at Wildflower Farm. We will read a children's book in our pasture pavilion. After the book reading, we will have the baby goats come join us for a meet and greet! We will then ask for you to help to us give the baby goats their bottles of warm milk!
Admission is $12.50 per person.

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January 2

All Your Favorite Classic Cars Come Together at One Place.

Join us every Saturday and take a trip down memory lane. The Old Town Classic Car Show has been a local tradition for over 30 years, it is one of the premier weekly car shows in Central Florida.

The Saturday Classic Car Show begins at 1:00 pm and welcomes show-quality 1983 and older hot rods, street rods, and antiques. Cars will cruise at 8:30 pm and all registered cars are able to participate.

The Classic Car Show is free for participants and free for the public to attend. It's the perfect outing for families of every generation, young and old, to enjoy.

Here are some reminders and safety precautions to ensure everyone enjoys their time at Old Town:
- Practice safe social distancing between you and other guests of at least 6 feet.
- No gatherings or congregating of more than 10 individuals.
- Face masks or coverings are strongly encouraged while you enjoy Old Town.
- Face masks are county mandated inside public facilities in Osceola County.
- Old Town has placed additional sanitizing stations throughout the property and at each restroom.
- All Old Town staff, security and housekeeping are required to be temperature checked and wear masks at all times.
- Old Town requires cars be parked at least 6 feet apart to ensure cruiser and guest safety.

For more information on how to stay safe and healthy during your visit to Old Town, please visit Stay Safe.

PARTICIPATING CLASSIC CARS: enter Old Town from Highway 192 under the east (left) side of the Jukebox signs where you’ll be greeted by Event Staff. They will then direct you to a security escort down the brick streets. Please do not drive on the bricks without permission.

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January 3

New Weekly Indoor Sunday Market inside the Altamonte Springs Mall featuring Fresh Produce, Packaged Foods, Food Finds, Flowers, Local Artisans just off Center Court 1st floor

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January 3

Disney Movie Night To Debut Dec 13
Starting December 13, a dash of magic comes to downtown Orlando nearly every Sunday evening through May, as Dr. Phillips Center presents classic stories direct from the Walt Disney Company’s vast film library. The weekly series is sponsored by Walt Disney World Resort and supported by Experience Kissimmee.

Movies already on tap:
Dec 13 at 6 p.m. – Toy Story ©Disney/Pixar
Dec 20 at 6 p.m. – Finding Nemo ©Disney/Pixar
Dec 20 at 9:30 p.m. – Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas ©Disney
Jan 3 at 6 p.m. – A Bug’s Life ©Disney/Pixar
Jan 10 at 6 p.m. – Black Panther ©Marvel Studios
Jan 17 at 6 p.m. – The Lion King ©Disney
Jan 24 at 6 p.m. – Frozen ©Disney
Jan 31 at 6 p.m. – The Incredibles ©Disney/Pixar
Tickets for December movies go on sale today, Friday, Dec 4 at 2 p.m. and are $5 and $10 each—based on box location—with a two-ticket minimum for each private box.

About Frontyard FestivalTM
Dr. Phillips Center’s Frontyard Festival is an innovative, six-month live-entertainment event in downtown Orlando designed to re-engage artists and guests in a safe, socially-distanced setting. Festival-goers purchase tickets in their own private, elevated box that allows them to enjoy a concert or film, or take part in a fitness class, while keeping a healthy distance from others. They may also order food and beverages from one of several on-site restaurants, which is then delivered directly to their box. The festival is made possible by AdventHealth, City of Orlando, Orange County and a host of other generous partners.

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January 4

Every Kids Meal comes with a FREE $5 Game Card EVERY Monday!

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9:00 am / 6:00 pm
January 4

Buckle up for your wildest car ride yet! Travel down gravel paths within our Drive-thru Safari Park and discover more than 100 native and exotic animals roaming freely. During your journey, you’ll have the opportunity to observe a variety of animals often only found around the world. Enjoy identifying species from as far away as the African savanna to others from the deciduous forests of North America, all from the comfort of your own car.

Read More
9:00 am / 6:00 pm
January 5

Buckle up for your wildest car ride yet! Travel down gravel paths within our Drive-thru Safari Park and discover more than 100 native and exotic animals roaming freely. During your journey, you’ll have the opportunity to observe a variety of animals often only found around the world. Enjoy identifying species from as far away as the African savanna to others from the deciduous forests of North America, all from the comfort of your own car.

Read More
1:00 pm
January 5

Fables on the Farm is a family fun time here at Wildflower Farm. We will read a children's book in our pasture pavilion. After the book reading, we will have the baby goats come join us for a meet and greet! We will then ask for you to help to us give the baby goats their bottles of warm milk!
Admission is $12.50 per person.

Read More
9:00 am / 6:00 pm
January 6

Buckle up for your wildest car ride yet! Travel down gravel paths within our Drive-thru Safari Park and discover more than 100 native and exotic animals roaming freely. During your journey, you’ll have the opportunity to observe a variety of animals often only found around the world. Enjoy identifying species from as far away as the African savanna to others from the deciduous forests of North America, all from the comfort of your own car.

Read More
1:00 pm
January 6

Fables on the Farm is a family fun time here at Wildflower Farm. We will read a children's book in our pasture pavilion. After the book reading, we will have the baby goats come join us for a meet and greet! We will then ask for you to help to us give the baby goats their bottles of warm milk!
Admission is $12.50 per person.

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Foodie Fun
5:00 pm
January 6

On Wednesdays, kids eat free* with the Little Piglet Dinner Special.

Wednesday, starting at 5pm, stop by Pig Floyd's locations for dinner and along with your dinner purchase, your child can enjoy a Quesadilla or Chicken tender kids meal, ON US.
Don't have kids, perfect night to invite a friend that does.

See you for dinner!

*Special offer restricted to this date/time only and applies to quesadilla or chicken tender kids meals. Items cannot be substituted.
FoodKid FriendlyFood tasting

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9:00 am / 6:00 pm
January 7

Buckle up for your wildest car ride yet! Travel down gravel paths within our Drive-thru Safari Park and discover more than 100 native and exotic animals roaming freely. During your journey, you’ll have the opportunity to observe a variety of animals often only found around the world. Enjoy identifying species from as far away as the African savanna to others from the deciduous forests of North America, all from the comfort of your own car.

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January 7

You can do the $25 drop-in class rate or monthly membership is $75. There are limited spots available so please be sure to message me to reserve your spot. Social distancing will be practiced during this class.

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9:00 am / 6:00 pm
January 8

Buckle up for your wildest car ride yet! Travel down gravel paths within our Drive-thru Safari Park and discover more than 100 native and exotic animals roaming freely. During your journey, you’ll have the opportunity to observe a variety of animals often only found around the world. Enjoy identifying species from as far away as the African savanna to others from the deciduous forests of North America, all from the comfort of your own car.

Read More
7:00 pm / 9:00 pm
January 8

Host A Family Movie Night At Home

Gather the gang for Family Night, weekly family viewing events featuring movie specials or themed programming.

Download printable Family Night movie tickets , movie marquee signs and a movie snack box !

Don't miss family night every Friday from 7 - 9 PM on PBS KIDS!

Read More
January 9
  • The Winter Park Farmers’ Market is normally held at the old train depot, located at 200 West New England Avenue, that has been restored into an historical landmark that hosts this NUMBER ONE produce and plant market in Central Florida. The market takes place every Saturday morning from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. and is a popular community gathering place that provides fine produce, plants, baked goods and so much more.
Read More
9:00 am / 6:00 pm
January 9

Buckle up for your wildest car ride yet! Travel down gravel paths within our Drive-thru Safari Park and discover more than 100 native and exotic animals roaming freely. During your journey, you’ll have the opportunity to observe a variety of animals often only found around the world. Enjoy identifying species from as far away as the African savanna to others from the deciduous forests of North America, all from the comfort of your own car.

Read More
January 9

WELCOME TO GOAT YOGA AT ALASKA FARMS!

THIS IS A PLACE WHERE EVERYONE CAN BE THEMSELVES AND ENJOY SOME QUALITY TIME WITH OUR MIX OF MINI BABY GOATS. HERE AT ALASKA FARMS OUR ANIMALS ARE OUR PRIORITY AND WE TAKE PRIDE IN EACH AND EVERY ONE OF OUR ANIMALS. WHETHER WE ARE DEALING WITH OUR PET COWS, LEMURS, GOATS, SHEEP, HORSES, EMUS, PIGS, AND MORE!

***CLASSES START PROMPTLY AT 9:30AM & 11:00 AM. ***

DEPENDING ON WHICH CLASS YOU ARE ATTENDING. UPON ENTERING THE STUDIO, A CLASS SCHEDULE WILL BE POSTED FOR YOUR HOUR-LONG SESSION WITH THE MINI GOATS OF ALASKA FARMS. YOGA CLASSES TAUGHT BY CAMILA C. AND KARINA P.
YOGA MATS WILL BE PROVIDED AND ALREADY SET IN PLACE IN THE STUDIO, JUST PICK A COMFY SPOT

YOU WILL ALSO HAVE AREAS TO SAFETLY HIDE AWAY ANY PURSES, BAGS, WATER BOTTLES, KEYS, ETC. THIS WILL ALLOW THE GOATS TO NOT TAKE ANY RISKS NIBBLING ON SOMETHING THEY SHOULDN’T BE. CONSIDERING THESE GOATS ARE PLAYFUL, AND DO TEND TO JUMP WHEN EXCITED, OR POOP/PEE ONCE THEY HAVE EATEN OR AGAIN EVEN IF THEY ARE EXCITED, WE DO RECOMMEND TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THESE AREAS. WE TAKE SAFETY SERIOUSLY FOR THE YOGIS AND OUR GOATS. .

WE WILL HAVE DESIGNATED TIMES WHEN EVERYONE WILL GET A CHANCE TO FEED THE MINI GOATS, HOLD THEM, TAKE PICTURES, AND GET TO KNOW EACH OF THEIR SPECIAL NAMES.

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10:00 am / 12:00 pm
January 9

Beginning August 8th, join us every second Saturday of the month for an extra special, fun-filled breakfast at the Skateway!

Each admission includes skate rental, breakfast, raffle ticket, and meet/greet with characters from Tutu Tales Party Productions during our Tiny Tot Sessions from 10am-12pm.*

Come early and participate in our Lrn2Sk8 class at 9am.

Breakfast includes choice of beverage and entreé:

Omelet Tacos
French Toast Sticks with Syrup
Macaroni & Cheese

*Characters will vary monthly. Stay tuned to our Facebook Event for updates.

PLEASE NOTE: We are operating at 25% capacity. To view all our safety measures, please visit semoranskateway.com/safetymeasures

Dates, times, featured guests subject to change without notice. Additional fees may apply. Sorry, no refunds or exchanges.

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10:00 am / 2:00 pm
January 9

Weekly Open House every Saturday at The Orlando School of Music!!

10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.!

Come visit us to view the school, receive a VIP tour of the school, and schedule a trial lesson! We have a lot of great perks for students and parents!

4968 East Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803! (321) 281-8386!

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10:00 am / 12:00 pm
January 9

Join us every second Saturday of the month for an extra special, fun-filled skate at the Skateway during our Tiny Tot/Pre-Teen Sessions from 10am-12pm.

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1:00 pm
January 9

Fables on the Farm is a family fun time here at Wildflower Farm. We will read a children's book in our pasture pavilion. After the book reading, we will have the baby goats come join us for a meet and greet! We will then ask for you to help to us give the baby goats their bottles of warm milk!
Admission is $12.50 per person.

Read More
January 9

All Your Favorite Classic Cars Come Together at One Place.

Join us every Saturday and take a trip down memory lane. The Old Town Classic Car Show has been a local tradition for over 30 years, it is one of the premier weekly car shows in Central Florida.

The Saturday Classic Car Show begins at 1:00 pm and welcomes show-quality 1983 and older hot rods, street rods, and antiques. Cars will cruise at 8:30 pm and all registered cars are able to participate.

The Classic Car Show is free for participants and free for the public to attend. It's the perfect outing for families of every generation, young and old, to enjoy.

Here are some reminders and safety precautions to ensure everyone enjoys their time at Old Town:
- Practice safe social distancing between you and other guests of at least 6 feet.
- No gatherings or congregating of more than 10 individuals.
- Face masks or coverings are strongly encouraged while you enjoy Old Town.
- Face masks are county mandated inside public facilities in Osceola County.
- Old Town has placed additional sanitizing stations throughout the property and at each restroom.
- All Old Town staff, security and housekeeping are required to be temperature checked and wear masks at all times.
- Old Town requires cars be parked at least 6 feet apart to ensure cruiser and guest safety.

For more information on how to stay safe and healthy during your visit to Old Town, please visit Stay Safe.

PARTICIPATING CLASSIC CARS: enter Old Town from Highway 192 under the east (left) side of the Jukebox signs where you’ll be greeted by Event Staff. They will then direct you to a security escort down the brick streets. Please do not drive on the bricks without permission.

Read More
January 10

Paddle with Manatees! With temperatures at a constant 72 degrees, manatees migrate to Blue Springs, a designated refuge for them.
From November to March, hundreds of manatees make their way to the warmer waters of the spring, which is converted into a sanctuary, making this a popular spot to view them in their natural habitat.

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January 10

New Weekly Indoor Sunday Market inside the Altamonte Springs Mall featuring Fresh Produce, Packaged Foods, Food Finds, Flowers, Local Artisans just off Center Court 1st floor

Read More
Kiddie Culture / Recurring Events
January 10

Disney Movie Night To Debut Dec 13
Starting December 13, a dash of magic comes to downtown Orlando nearly every Sunday evening through May, as Dr. Phillips Center presents classic stories direct from the Walt Disney Company’s vast film library. The weekly series is sponsored by Walt Disney World Resort and supported by Experience Kissimmee.

Movies already on tap:
Dec 13 at 6 p.m. – Toy Story ©Disney/Pixar
Dec 20 at 6 p.m. – Finding Nemo ©Disney/Pixar
Dec 20 at 9:30 p.m. – Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas ©Disney
Jan 3 at 6 p.m. – A Bug’s Life ©Disney/Pixar
Jan 10 at 6 p.m. – Black Panther ©Marvel Studios
Jan 17 at 6 p.m. – The Lion King ©Disney
Jan 24 at 6 p.m. – Frozen ©Disney
Jan 31 at 6 p.m. – The Incredibles ©Disney/Pixar
Tickets for December movies go on sale today, Friday, Dec 4 at 2 p.m. and are $5 and $10 each—based on box location—with a two-ticket minimum for each private box.

About Frontyard FestivalTM
Dr. Phillips Center’s Frontyard Festival is an innovative, six-month live-entertainment event in downtown Orlando designed to re-engage artists and guests in a safe, socially-distanced setting. Festival-goers purchase tickets in their own private, elevated box that allows them to enjoy a concert or film, or take part in a fitness class, while keeping a healthy distance from others. They may also order food and beverages from one of several on-site restaurants, which is then delivered directly to their box. The festival is made possible by AdventHealth, City of Orlando, Orange County and a host of other generous partners.

Read More
January 11

Every Kids Meal comes with a FREE $5 Game Card EVERY Monday!

Read More
9:00 am / 6:00 pm
January 11

Buckle up for your wildest car ride yet! Travel down gravel paths within our Drive-thru Safari Park and discover more than 100 native and exotic animals roaming freely. During your journey, you’ll have the opportunity to observe a variety of animals often only found around the world. Enjoy identifying species from as far away as the African savanna to others from the deciduous forests of North America, all from the comfort of your own car.

Read More
9:00 am / 6:00 pm
January 12

Buckle up for your wildest car ride yet! Travel down gravel paths within our Drive-thru Safari Park and discover more than 100 native and exotic animals roaming freely. During your journey, you’ll have the opportunity to observe a variety of animals often only found around the world. Enjoy identifying species from as far away as the African savanna to others from the deciduous forests of North America, all from the comfort of your own car.

Read More
1:00 pm
January 12

Fables on the Farm is a family fun time here at Wildflower Farm. We will read a children's book in our pasture pavilion. After the book reading, we will have the baby goats come join us for a meet and greet! We will then ask for you to help to us give the baby goats their bottles of warm milk!
Admission is $12.50 per person.

Read More