There are lots of things to do with your family in Orlando – some are even free! Below are a few of our favorites.
Old Town, a re-creation of a classic Florida town at the turn of the century, is a walking district in Orlando with a unique selection of shops, dining options and family-friendly amusements. It’s a great place to spend some time with family, friends, or on your own. They roll back the clocks on Saturday nights in Old Town, when you’ll find a free rock-n-roll concert and a parade of 300 vintage cars on the streets. The cars feature famous restorations along side new innovations, and you can vote for your favorite, whether it’s a big name like Gene Shelby, or a little known local enthusiasts. More information, and pictures of past weekly winners, can be found on their website.
Old Town is located at:
5770 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy
Kissimmee FL, 34746
(407) 396 – 4888
Race a Lego Car
You can create and race a lego car against other lego fans at the LEGO Imagination Center in the Downtown Disney Marketplace. This is a free event, though you will not want to forget to bring your imagination, and there are other types of activities, too. Lego posts a full calendar of events on their website.
The Lego Imagination Center is at:
1672 E Buena Vista Dr
Lake Buena Vista FL 32830-8401
You can give them a call at (407) 828-0065