Activities in Orlando

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Free Things to Do in Orlando

Nothing puts a damper on your Orlando vacation plans like having to worry about added costs. Fortunately, we’ve compiled a handy list of Orlando’s most excellent attractions and activities that you can see and do for absolutely free! Read on below to learn more!

See the Art Collections at CityArts Factory

Consisting of a diverse collection of downtown Orlando art galleries, CityArts Factory provides free admission on Tuesday through Saturday from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm for visitors wishing to see the talented works of local and international artists. Covering a range of topics from Hispanic heritage and art related to current events to nature and film, CityArts Factory is a fascinating free diversion that also gives you the opportunity to soak up the culture of Orlando.

Explore University of Central Florida’s Arboretum

Eighty expansive acres house over six hundred species of plant varieties in this gorgeous attraction, where visitors can learn more about the native plants that grow in Central Florida. Tours here are self-guided, allowing you to stroll peacefully through this extensive University of Central Florida institution.

Go on a Tour of Orlando Brewing Company

Nestled in the heart of downtown Orlando, Orlando Brewing Company is one of only ten organic breweries and taprooms in the entire country. On the weekends, the brewery offers free brewery tours where you can learn all about their process for brewing delicious organic craft beer, then enjoy free live entertainment afterward.

Take the Kids to LEGO Imagination Center

Located at Downtown Disney Marketplace, the LEGO Imagination Center provides kids with the chance to play with the iconic colorful bricks and create as many brick structures as they can come up with. This attraction makes for an incredibly free and family-friendly outing that children are sure to enjoy!

Visit Fort Christmas Historical Park

Construction for this historic military fort began on December 25, 1837, during the Second Seminole War. Now, Fort Christmas Historical Park includes a full-size replica of the fort, historic architecture, and exhibits on pioneer life in the area from the 1870s through the 1930s. Summer hours are from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm and winter hours are from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm.

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