Orlando activities besides all the WDW theme park attractions? .?

We are going mid august and are newlyweds, anything romantic? We like nature, sports, things like that.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    The following list contains attractions throughout the Bay area, including aquariums, museums and theme parks:

    Citrus County

    Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park (Homosassa)

    Yulee Sugar Mills Ruins State Park (Homosassa)

    Hernando County

    Hernando Heritage Museum (Brooksville)

    Weeki Wachee Springs (Weeki Wachee)

    Hillsborough County

    Adventure Island (Tampa)

    Busch Gardens (Tampa)

    Centro Ybor (Tampa)

    Channelside (Tampa)

    Dinosaur World (Plant City)

    Florida Aquarium (Tampa)

    Henry B. Plant Museum (Tampa)

    Hillsborough River State Park (Thonotosassa)

    Lowry Park Zoo (Tampa)

    M.A.D. Theatre (Tampa)

    Museum of Science and Industry (Tampa)

    S.S. American Victory (Tampa)

    Tampa Bay History Center (Tampa)

    Tampa Museum of Art (Tampa)

    USF Botanical Gardens (Tampa)

    Ybor City Museum State Park (Tampa)

    Manatee County

    Florida Railroad Museum (Parrish)

    South Florida Museum (Bradenton)

    Pasco County

    Florida Estates Winery (Land O' Lakes)

    Pioneer Florida Museum and Village (Dade City)

    Pinellas County

    Arts Center (St. Petersburg)

    BayWalk (St. Petersburg)

    Belleview Biltmore (Clearwater)

    Boyd Hill Nature Preserve (St. Petersburg)

    Captain Memo's Original Pirate Cruise (Clearwater Beach)

    Clearwater Marine Aquarium (Clearwater)

    Dunedin Fine Art Center (Dunedin)

    Dunedin Historical Society and Museum (Dunedin)

    Florida Botanical Gardens (Largo)

    Florida International Museum (St. Petersburg)

    Florida Holocaust Museum (St. Petersburg)

    Gulf Beaches Historical Museum (St. Petersburg Beach)

    Gulf Coast Museum of Art (Largo)

    Heritage Village (Largo)

    John's Pass Village and Boardwalk (Madeira Beach)

    Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art (Palm Harbor)

    Moccasin Lake Nature Park (Clearwater)

    Museum of Fine Arts (St. Petersburg)

    Science Center of Pinellas County (St. Petersburg)

    St. Pete Pier (St. Petersburg)

    St. Petersburg Museum of History (St. Petersburg)

    Salvador Dali Museum (St. Petersburg)

    Sawgrass Lake Park (St. Petersburg)

    Shell Key Shuttle and Sunset Cruise (St. Petersburg Beach)

    Skyway Fishing Pier State Park (St. Petersburg)

    Starlite Cruises (Clearwater and St. Petersburg)

    Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary (Indians Shores)

    Sunken Gardens (St. Petersburg)

    Tarpon Springs Heritage Museum (Tarpon Springs)

    Tarpon Springs Aquarium (Tarpon Springs)

    Ted Williams Museum and Hitters Hall of Fame (St. Petersburg)

    Polk County

    Cypress Gardens (Winter Haven)

    Depot Museum (Lake Wales)

    Explorations V (Lakeland)

    Fantasy of Flight (Polk City)

    Historic Bok Sanctuary (Lake Wales)

    Lake Wales Arts Center (Lake Wales)

    Polk Museum of Art (Lakeland)

    Other Counties

    Discovery Cove (Orlando)

    Disney World attractions (Orlando)

    Holy Land Experience (Orlando)

    SeaWorld (Orlando)

    Silver Springs (Silver Springs)

    Universal Studios (Orlando)

    Wet 'n Wild (Orlando)

    Wild Waters (Silver Springs)

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    4 years ago

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  • jehen
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    Check out....

    Leu Gardens, Orlando

    Winter Park Boat Tour

    Wekiva Springs State Park

    Blue Springs State park

    The Beach (60 miles east)

    Airboat Rides

  • 4 years ago

    The city of Orlando is located in one of many world's most visited tourist parts, which draws hundreds of thousands visitors every year and you may be one of them in the event that you take a peek with hotelbye . On the list of primary tourist attractions of Orlando are: Walt Disney World£Earth, SeaWorld Orlando, and Universal Orlando. Orlando's SeaWorld, with its enormous aquariums, dolphin and whale reveals, touch pools, and intensive list of tours, draws a sizable family crowd is the perfect spot to go with the family. In that place you may also get the opportunity for a up close encounter with dolphins and different residents. SeaWorld in Orlando is on the list of world's biggest marine parks and positively probably the most visited.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Here is a link to Orlando tourism. Look around, I am sure you will find some good info.

    http://www.orlandoinfo.com/

    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/business/custom/tou...

    http://www.orlandoinfo.com/uk/

    I know you ask about "besides the WDW parks" , but consider doing the "around the world" tour at EPCOT. You learn to ride a SEGWAY people transporter, and then you ride around the world showcase before it is open to the public. It is $80.00 plus park admission, but it is a LOT of fun and something very different.

    And Congratulations on your marriage!

  • 1 decade ago

    leu gardens is nice... once a month, you can watch a movie in the gardens and bring wine and a blanket.

    you can get a canoe in the wekiva state park... or go to blue springs and get an innertube and ride down teh springs.

    tons of stuff to do on international drive.. you can do teh skive diving simulator thing - its like a big fan that blows you. sky venture.

    animal kingdom is nice for nature too.

    Source(s): i live in orlando
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