Orlando boasts more than 100 attractions including affordable options that start at $6 or less per person. There’s plenty to do in Orlando to fit any budget. From museums to outdoor adventures, you can enjoy 30 popular Central Florida destinations for less than $30 per person.
Note: double check ticket cost before you go as prices are always subject to change.
ORLANDO ATTRACTIONS: $6 OR LESS PER PERSON
Ride the SunRail. Take a train ride through Central Florida. Stop off in Winter Park for lunch on Park Avenue or take the train to Church Street for a cocktail and apps. Round trip tickets start at $3.75.
Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive is an 11-mile drive with a chance to view native animals in their natural habitat including 174 bird species. The drive is open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art is home to the world’s most comprehensive collection of works by Louis Comfort Tiffany, including his famed leaded-glass lamps. Admission is FREE on select holidays.
The Mennello Museum of American Art stocks a diverse collection of sculptures and paintings, including contemporary American folk art and works by Earl Cunningham. Every second Sunday of the month, Mennello Museum offers free admission to the galleries during FREE Family Funday.
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The Central Florida Springs, our natural cooling system, is a fun place to visit year round. In the summer, take a dip in the refreshing water that is always a chilly 72 degrees. In the winter, you can spot manatees at Blue Spring State Park or go on a canoe trip from Wekiva Island to Wekiva Springs State Park.
Lakeridge Winery is an unexpected Florida wine experience. The winery is known for entertaining visitors with cheap events featuring live music, vendors and food. You can also stop by any day of the week for complimentary wine tours and tastings.
$10 OR LESS PER PERSON
Enzian is Central Florida’s only full-time alternative cinema, presenting independent and classic films as well as hosting annual film festivals and a variety of community events.
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Harry P. Leu Gardens is a 50-acre botanical oasis that boasts three miles of paved scenic walkways, a rose garden, bamboo gardens and a museum.
Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens in beautiful Winter Park features one of America’s most prominent sculptors of the 20th century. They offer FREE admission for moms on Mother’s Day, dads on Father’s Day, and admission is free the first weekend of every month for the Museums On Us Program.
West Orange Trail Bikes and Blades Co. offers hourly, daily and weekly road bike rentals for visitors to explore Central Florida’s scenic trails, including the 22-mile West Orange Trail.
The Orange County Regional History Center offers a wide variety of creative exhibits and programs designed for children, including art stations and free family guides for exploring the museum.
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$15 OR LESS PER PERSON
Pirate’s Cove Adventure Golf has two swash-buckling 18-hole miniature golf courses with price varying by location.
Orlando Museum of Art displays local, national and international art work. The museum also features two discovery centers for children, devoted to interactive activities and educational programs.
Winter Park Scenic Boat Tour provides a relaxing narrated cruise through the lakes and canals of historic Winter Park, showcasing natural wildlife and mansions that line the waterways.
Bok Tower Gardens, a picturesque park atop one of Florida’s tallest hills, is crowned with a Gothic bell tower that rings daily with carillon music. Enjoy the tranquil and expansive gardens, museum and Pine Ridge Trail.
$20 OR LESS PER PERSON
Orlando Repertory Theater presents performances based on classical and contemporary children’s literature.
SAK Comedy Lab has improv players take suggestions from the audience to create show-stopping scenes.
Orlando Science Center is a hands-on science museum with educational exhibits, programs, giant screen films and planetarium shows.
Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Orlando Odditorium invites visitors to explore the weirder side of things, from art to interactive exhibits in 16 galleries of the odd and unusual from around the world.
Crayola Experience has more than 70,000 square feet of colorful adventures with 25 hands-on activities. Located at the Florida Mall.
Central Florida Zoo is home to more than 500 animals and has a splash pad for your little ones to cool off.
Hollywood Drive-In Golf at UniversalCityWalk Orlando is Central Florida’s newest and most outrageously themed miniature golf. The two state-of-the-art 18-hole courses, side by side, are each uniquely quirky and larger-than-life.
Canoeing and Kayaking at Wekiwa Springs, a charming way to discover the Wekiva River while experiencing the beautiful, untouched wonders of Florida.
SeaLife Aquarium Orlando, featuring a 360-degree ocean tunnel, more than 5,000 creatures, a hands-on touch pool experience and more. Purchase tickets online and in advance for the best deal.
The Orlando Eye towers above the entire I-Drive 360 complex, taking guests to new heights. Purchase tickets online and in advance for the best deal.
$30 OR LESS PER PERSON
Gatorland is one of Central Florida’s oldest theme parks and wildlife preserves, with exhibits and entertainment focused around alligators and crocodiles.
Boggy Creek Airboat Ride offers a glimpse into the unaltered Central Florida wilderness while whisking across the water at 45 mph.
Island Boat Tours gives you the chance to spot herds of manatees, flocks of birds and dolphins as they cruise through the Indian River Lagoon.
WonderWorks is a fun amusement park for the mind featuring more than 100 interactive exhibits for all ages.
Madame Tussauds at I-Drive 360 offers guests the chance to mingle with lifelike wax models of celebrities, historical figures and sports stars. Purchase tickets online and in advance for the best deal.