Like any city, Orlando is full of lesser-know attractions and oddities that only a local could direct you to. Here’s a handful of options for the curious and stout-hearted to explore when they’re done with the sun, bored with shopping, or disillusioned with Disney.
- The Orlando Eye
Who doesn’t love a big Ferris wheel? Towering in at 400 feet, the Orlando Eye has all the height you could want. Built in 2015, this giant wheel offers private capsules for group rides with champagne, and spectacular 360 views of the Orlando cityscape.
- Tiffany Collection
The world’s most comprehensive collection of works by the turn of the century’s stained glass master Louis Comfort Tiffany is lovingly preserved at the Morse Museum in Winter Park. Among the priceless treasures are windows, furnishings, lamps and personal memorabilia of the man himself.
Adventure buffs will want to get their zero gravity on at iFly Orlando, an indoor vertical wind tunnel that replicates the experience of skydiving. Group or solo flights include training and safety gear and, most importantly, a personalized flight certificate when you land.
- Leu Gardens
This lush 50-acre oasis of flowers and greenery will appeal to gardeners for many reasons. Built around the restored 19th century home and gardens of the Leu family, the park will share seeds and cuttings from its botanical collection upon appointment.
Stay With Us
It’s important to rest up in between your adventures, and there is no better place to do that than at the Rosen Inn. Located in the heart of iDrive, you’ll be close to all of the exciting theme parks and other gems of Orlando. With great amenities like wifi, a swimming pool, and a video game arcade room, there’s a little something for everyone. So start your adventure today by calling 407-996-8585 to book your room today!