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Who doesn’t love Orlando, Florida? The Amusement Park Capital of the world. For those who love the location, but are looking for more affordable ways to enjoy the city, Orlando has tons of free attractions and adventures for all ages. Here’s a list of places we think you’d be interested in:
1: CityArts Factory is a unique and refreshing collection of art galleries in downtown Orlando showcasing local and international artists year round. This is not your typical museum experience. Free admission Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
2: FleaWorld, located north of Orlando, is the largest flea market in the United States. With more than 1,700 vendors, their mission is to help Small Businesses start and thrive while offering the public a variety of goods and services at bargain prices. Free Admission and Free Parking.
3: Black Hammock Adventures: for those who prefer lakes over the ocean, Back Hammock has some great adventures on Lake Jessup. Enjoy their Free wildlife exhibit, live music every weekend, and get 10% off at the Black Hammock Restaurant if you use your air boat ticket stub.
4: Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort provides a fantastic campsite for just $49.00 a night. There are plenty of free activities and recreational resources for all ages including an evening sing-a-long around the campfire, roasting marshmallows and includes a viewing of a Disney movie.
5: For some adult fun, The Orlando Brewing Company near downtown Orlando is one of only 10 organic brewery and tap rooms in the United States. Enjoy free brewery tours, free Wi-Fi and free live entertainment every weekend.