What to Do During a Day Off From the Theme Parks in Orlando

What to Do During a Day Off From the Theme Parks in Orlando

Orlando is renowned for its incredible theme parks, such as Universal Orlando, #Disney's Magic Kingdom, SeaWorld Orlando and Epcot, but if you are having a day off from the theme parks then there are plenty of other activities that you can do instead.

Here we take you through some of the activities that you and your family could easily do on a day off from all the #theme #parks.


If you are really keen to see other parts of Florida then an excursion is something that should seriously be considered.

The Kennedy Space Center is easy to travel to and from within a day and is perfect for a great family day out. You and your family can hire a car or catch the bus quite easily from Orlando to The Space Center.

The Everglades and Miami are two more places that can be easily visited within a day or two, while Florida offers some of the best marine adventure tours in the US.

If you would prefer more relaxing trips then there are a whole host of fishing trips or shopping trips on offer in Orlando.


Orlando also has a burgeoning reputation for its shows as the city is home to some world-renowned performances.

The likes of the Cirque Du Soleil La Nouba is regarded as one of Orlando's best shows and visitors can expect to see a dazzling evening full of spectacular entertainment and breathtaking performances from gymnasts et al. Tickets for the Cirque Du Soleil cost from as little as £49 as well.

Another must-see show in Orlando comes courtesy of the Blue Man Group. The Blue Man Group entertains crowds with live music, comedy routines and a load of multimedia theatrics in a multi-sensory circus. The show has been described by people that have watched it as "hysterically funny" and "wildly inventive".


If you are theme-parked out then you can always laze about on the number of beaches that are quite close to Orlando.

Daytona Beach, Cocoa Beach, New Smyrna Beach and the Canaveral National Seashore are all beaches that are around an hour away and all offer white sands and sea for people to relax on.

Another way to relax on a day off could be to take a walk around the city, which, unlike New York and other major cities, is reasonably relaxing.

Great dining experiences

If you want a great dining experience then Orlando certainly will not disappoint you as it boasts a whole host of amazing restaurants and cafes.

After a long day at the theme parks, or a day off from them, all you and your family want is a relaxing and delicious meal and you will certainly have a number of options to choose from.

The very best #restaurants include Planet #Hollywood, which offers eaters classic American food whilst being surrounded by memorabilia from the most iconic #Hollywood movies.

Another great #restaurant for the evening is the Hard Rock café. This café offers the best American cuisine and a great rock 'n' roll theme. It truly is an experience that just has to be had by all #holidaymakers.

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This article was written by Thom Sanders on behalf of Orlando Ticket Deals who offer a number of Florida park tickets for great prices. Some of their most popular tickets include Universal studios tickets and Disney World tickets.
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