Leave the synthetic theme park world behind for the natural beauty of Harry P. Leu Gardens. Covering some 50 acres, the former home of Harry P. Leu, one of Florida's most successful businessmen at the turn of the 20th century, has one of the largest camellia collections in the country and the state's largest formal rose garden.
One of Central Florida's oldest attractions, Gatorland® is both a theme park and wildlife preserve. Also known also the 'Alligator Capital of the World," this 110-acre park is home to not only gators, but birds, bears and cuddly critters. The park's unique entertainments include the Gator Jumparoo Show, in which you'll get to see some of the largest alligators in the world jump four to five feet out of the water to retrieve food; and "Gator Wrestlin" featuring gator wranglers catching huge alligators by hand.
SeaWorld Orlando takes families below the surface and above their expectations, while immersing guests in the mysteries of the sea from up-close animal experiences and unforgettable performances, to the next generation of thrills. "One Ocean" is an all-new Shamu show, bringing to life SeaWorld's mission of education and conservation in the most powerful way yet. It's the essence of what guests love about SeaWorld: thrilling entertainment that educates and inspires them to celebrate, connect and care for the world we share. Whether coming face-to-face with Shamu, feeding a sea lion or riding "Manta", "Kraken" or "Journey to Atlantis," SeaWorld Orlando helps vacation adventures become lifelong memories.
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