Is coronavirus getting you down? Does it feel like there’s nothing to do because everything is closed in Orlando? Believe it or not, there are still plenty of fun activities in Orlando and the surrounding area that are open for business. Consider this list of 20 possibilities to get out and enjoy life again.
- Disney World. The happiest place on earth is now open for business, with specific coronavirus related restrictions of course. Get yourself a Disney-themed face mask while you’re there.
- Universal Orlando. Another of America’s most popular theme parks is open for business. Enjoy rides and attractions with the theme of Universal Studios most loved movies.
- SeaWorld. Enjoy exciting shows, view a wide variety of marine life, and ride exhilarating rides at SeaWorld Orlando.
- Sea Life Aquarium. Another opportunity to enjoy marine life. Guests move through the aquarium by following floor markings to stay sufficiently distanced.
- Wild Florida Drive Through Safari Park. Social distancing is easy at this safari park because everyone stays in their own vehicles. See giraffes, zebras, antelope, bison, and more from the safety of your car.
- Topgolf. Groups can enjoy golf-related games in separate bays with new dividers installed to ensure safety. Staff will wear masks and gloves at all times and pass a health screening upon arrival for work.
- Treetop Trek. An outdoor zipline park lends itself to coronavirus safety as it’s out in the open air and requires adequate spacing between people on the course.
- Chocolate Kingdom. Tours are still available through this chocolate facility, just at half capacity of usual tours.
- Island H2O Live! This water park is open to a limited number on a first come, first serve basis. Masks are encouraged between rides, but are not allowed on rides due to safety concerns with masks and water.
- Aloma Bowl Winter Park and Boardwalk Bowl. Groups of 10 or less can bowl as long as everyone wears face masks. Balls and seating areas are sanitized between each group of bowlers.
- Dinosaur World. You can still tour Dinosaur World’s indoor museum and dinosaur walk, but all hands-on exhibits are closed until further notice.
- Kennedy Space Center. This venue is open with limited hours and capacity. Guests must wear masks and pass a temperature check before entering. The bus tour is unavailable at this time.
- Lakeridge Winery. Wine tastings are still available and guests can stroll about the grounds. Large events and festivals are canceled, however.
- Epic Axe Throwing. Practice the art of axe throwing in small groups. Dividers are already in place between throwing ranges for safety.
- Orlando Museum of Art. View a wide range of American and African art at limited capacity inside the museum. More frequent cleaning and disinfecting will take place before and after opening.
- WonderWorks. Enjoy this upside-down building dedicated to science exploration. Social distancing and masks are required. Hand sanitizing stations are placed throughout.
- K1 Speed. This indoor electric go-kart track is open for racing. Guests are required to wear masks and all helmets and karts are sanitized between uses.
- Leu Gardens. The botanical gardens are open and available for self-touring. Being outdoors, the only requirement is adequate social distancing.
- ICON Park Restaurants. Many of the restaurants at ICON Park are open, including Tin Roof, Tapa Toro, Yard House, and Sugar Factory. Many have outdoor seating.
- Marsh Landing Adventures Airboat Tours. Airboat tours go through the Florida Everglades where you can spot a wide range of wildlife including bald eagles, pelicans, wild pigs, and more. Alligator tours allow you to get just close enough, but still at a safe distance, from these amazing creatures. All of the necessary coronavirus safety protocols are being followed. Be sure to read the following on preparing for your airboat tour. Call (407) 624-0973 or book a tour today.
There Are Plenty of Fun Activities in Orlando
Whether you live in the area or you have a trip planned, there’s still plenty of activities open for business. Don’t cancel your trip or stay at home feeling bored. Get out and have some fun with family and friends in Orlando.
- Posted by Orlando Airboat Tours
- On September 1, 2020
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