No trip to Orlando is complete without a visit to the Orlando Eye. This relatively new addition allows you to see Orlando in a way you’ve never seen before. Regardless if this is your first time visiting or if you’re a veteran of Orlando, don’t miss out on the unique experiences this attraction offers.
The Eye Gives New Meaning to the City Beautiful
Orlando’s well-known nickname the City Beautiful is given a whole different meaning from inside the Orlando Eye. Gorgeous landscaping, buildings, wildlife, and lakes are even more beautiful when viewed from up in the air. The Eye climbs 400 feet high where you’re treated to unbelievable 360 degree views of the city. On clear days you can see all the way out to Cape Canaveral where rockets launch into space on a regular basis.
The Eye is Placed Perfectly Right in the Center of Action
The Orlando Eye at the I-Drive 360 complex is in the heart of International Drive, which means you never have to leave the area to get the best views in all of Orlando. Being centrally located also gives you the best possible views of the area attractions and allows you to appreciate I-Drive (and Orlando) from this new perspective. On top of all that, the Eye isn’t just one of the tallest observation wheels in the country, it IS the tallest on the entire east coast.
The Eye’s On-board Technology Immerses You
Inside every climate-controlled, fully enclosed ride capsule is a touchscreen tablet that helps add to the viewing experience. These tablets provide a self-operated guided tour during your 20-minute rotation. It identifies landmarks and points of interest along the way.
The Orlando Eye is quickly becoming one of the biggest reasons to visit International Drive. Luckily, the Rosen Inn is located right on International Drive, just a short walk from the Orlando Eye.