In Gatorland, you can see many kinds of alligators, crocodiles and other reptiles. You can either watch their daily shows or along a zip line, you can run over top of the area that they reside in. among the most popular shows are Gator Wrestlin and Alligator Jumparoo.
Besides the alligators, there is also an observation tower offering the view of alligator breeding marsh. In Gatorland, you will also have the chance to see four extremely rare leucistic white alligators. Gatorland will undoubtedly be the place where you will forget about yourself and just enjoy the nature with these impressive animals.
The Orange County Regional History Center is located in Orange County Courthouse and it is a non-profit history museum offering 12,000 years of Florida history. This fives storey museum is also serves as the headquarters for the Historical Society of Central Florida.
If you are not interested in the natural or theme parks, this History Center will expand your horizon and inspire you in the name of the history of the Sunshine State. For more information of the museum, visiting hours and the exhibitions, you can visit the official website of Orange County Regional History Center.
For the ones who look for something surprising yet informative, Ripley’s Believe it or not Museum will be an ideal address. In this museum, you will find many curiosities that are collected by Robert Ripley, the adventurer. He compiled them over a lifetime and know they are all exhibited in this fantastic museum. Robert L. Ripley (1890–1949) was an explorer and travelled to 201 countries in his lifetime and he was after the unusual.
Although there are a few more Ripley’s Believe it or not Museum in other countries, the headquarter is this one that is located in Orlando, Florida. If you are ready to surprised, you can visit the official website of Ripley’s Believe it or not Museum for more information about this entertaining museum and buy your tickets online.