Downtown Disney


Downtown Disney is adjacent to Pleasure Island and is alive with restaurants,  music, fun attractions and unique shops! Featuring the Downtown Disney Marketplace which is home to the largest Disney character store in the world, and Downtown Disney West Side which is where you will find the superb Cirque du Soleil and Disney Quest. • 1-800-W-DISNEY


Buena Vista Drive, Lake Buena Vista FL

Old Town


75 Specialty Shops, 8 Delicious restaurants and 18 Thrilling Rides - Fun for everyone in the family!


Old Town is also home of the largest weekly car cruises including the
Saturday Night Cruise with over 300 classic cars all 1972 and older, and the Friday Night Cruise with 1973-1987 vehicles. • 800-843-4202


5770 West Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy 324, Kissimmee FL 34746

City Walk


Universal City Walk is one of Orlando’s hottest spots for dining and entertainment. It’s a 30-acre entertainment complex where you can experience the best of the best in live music, casual and fine dining, dancing, shopping, movies, and more. Offering everything from a night of family fun to a great place to hang out with friends to romantic fun for couples. • (407) 363 8000


1000 Universal Studios Plaza Orlando FL 32819


Arabian Nights


Arabian nights is regularly voted the best dinner show in Orlando. Featuring a prince, princess, a genie and over 50 highly trained horses (one of which even thinks he's a unicorn), weather you love horses or not this comes highly recommended. • 1.800.553.6116


3081 Arabian Nights Boulevard, Kissimmee, Florida 34747


Medieval Times


Enjoy a Medieval feast while taking in the show featuring jousting and sword play. • 1-888-93-56878


4510 West Hwy 192, Kissimmee, FL 34746


Pirates Dinner Party


Enjoy a evening of swashbuckling, side splitting, musical adventure. Lots of audience participation and the foods not bad either. • 800.866.2469


6400 Carrier Drive, Orlando, FL 32819


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