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Old Fashioned Airboat Rides
Only 45 minutes from Orlando area attractions and only 15 minutes
from Kennedy Space Center and Titusville, Old Fashioned Airboat
Rides provides an enjoyable and educational experience away from
the crowds. See wildlife e.g. Alligators and Eagles. Day & Night
Real Airboat Tours on the Marshes of the Scenic St. Johns River.
P.O. Box 1, Cocoa 32923; Brevard and Delannoy Avenues, Cocoa:
Historic downtown Cocoa. Theatre, community events, shopping.
For shopping, dining, rides classic cars, shows and much more...75
specialty shops, 8 restaurants, and 18 amusement rides in the
setting of a turn-of-the-century Florida town.
101 N. Atlantic Ave. Daytona Beach, Florida 32118
This popular multi-use facility hosts a variety of conventions,
tradeshows, concerts, banquets, family entertainment shows and sporting
Orange Ave. Orlando, FL 407-426-1717 Toll Free: 800-336-7372 Fax:
A professional opera company on tour throughout Florida.
River State Park
Old School House
Located near the City Gates, St. Augustine. Florida
Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse in the United States - a surviving expression
of another time. Built over 200 years ago, while Florida was under
the rule of Imperial Spain.
Museum of Art & Orlando Science Center
Exit 43 at Princeton Street; east on Princeton about 1 mile
River State Recreation Area
Center for the Arts 2411 E. Irlo Bronson Hwy. Kissimmee, FL 407-846-6257
With broadway & touring shows, The Osceola Art Festival, Kissimmee
Jazzfest, Viva Osceola, Christmas & Spring Gift Gallery, Kissimmee
Film Festival and Art Gallery.
Battlefield State Historic Site
County Regional History Center
65 East Central Boulevard, Orlando, FL 32801
The Orlando area is famous for its attractions. Uncover the rich
heritage of Central Florida -- it's full of surprises! The new,
downtown Orange County Regional History Center will inspire visitors
of all ages. It's not just a museum, but a multi-sensory journey