WHERE STYLE, ART, COMMUNITY AND FOOD COME TOGETHER
Come celebrate the good life in a modern Kissimmee community defined by a quotient for quaint and a flavor for nostalgia. With the genteel character that evokes thoughts of idyllic small town America, Celebration is more than just a place to live-it's a place to embrace the spirit of living well.
Dreamed by the Walt Disney Company, the town was an idea taken from its founder of the ultimate place in which to live, work and play. Executed by world-renowned architects, Celebration is an inspired and charming collection of leafy parks and common squares, homes, shops, boutiques, galleries, hotels, restaurants and festivals with a timeless sense of place.
International drive or I-drive is a resort area that provides a mountain of things to do during your stay from Universal Studios to Ripley's believe it or not. There is the Trolley bus that for a one time fee allows you to travel the length and breadth of international drive, getting on and off as you wish to experience the attractions, shopping and many restaurants from all countries. The Orlando Eye at 400 ft tall gives you a birds eye view of the area from the sky and the Sea life aquarium from the sea.
Stroll through full-scale recreations of famous Titanic rooms, including her Grand Staircase, First Class Parlor Suite, Boilers, and Promenade Deck, where you can walk out and feel the chill of the cold Atlantic air as you gaze at the stars.
Exceptionally trained actors in period costume portray famous Titanic notables such as Capt. Smith and Margaret Brown, sharing stories of her passengers and crew during an hour-long guided journey on board the most famous Ship in history. The exhibit showcases well over 400 artifact and historical treasures, including the second largest piece of Titanic ever recovered. Truly amazing!
Do you have what it takes? Find out at CSI: The Experience. Join forces with their team of investigators, and identify evidence at the scene of the crime. Using the latest in forensic scientific advances, put your investigative skills to the test! A very enjoyable time.
Ripley's is an exhibit collection representing over 95 years of collecting over 25,000 pieces by Robert Ripley and his corporate heirs. They have exhibits from the microscopic world and the worlds of science and computer technologies. There are artifacts that have flown in space, a flag from the moon and a meteorite from Mars. There is a collection of animal oddities, which Ripley called "pranks of nature". This will surely fascinate and enthrall you.
Bok Tower Gardens boasts one of the greatest works of famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted Jr. The meandering, historic landscape garden was designed to be a contemplative and informal woodland setting offering a series of romantic recesses and tranquil resting spots, picturesque vistas and breathtaking views of the Singing Tower made from pink marble. Acres of ferns, palms, oaks and pines fashion a lush backdrop for flowering foliage and the spectacular seasonal color of azaleas, camellias and magnolias (a highlight of our spring peak bloom season) showcasing an ever-changing work of art.
A climate-controlled, 8,300-seat facility that can accommodate a wide variety of types of events ranging from rodeo and horse shows to basketball, indoor football, BMX events, cheerleading, gymnastics, volleyball, Silver Spurs Arena puts every event in the spotlight.
Enjoy one of four unique airboat adventures and idle along canals to find exotic birds, turtles and the Florida alligator wallowing in their natural environment. Then soar atop the swamp water at speeds reaching 45mph. You’ll feel like you’re flying through the wetlands as you enjoy the best Everglades experience in Central Florida.
With all the hustle and bustle of the Orlando attractions the Shingle Creek Park is a find where one can take a walk through nature as it was a hundred years ago and hear and see nature. The park is located off of Rt 192 at the 15 mile marker and has a raised wooden boardwalk through the cypress trees and swamp. On display along the way are houses and equipment used by the early family loggers that lived there as well as info signs of the trees and shrubs along the trail. Shingle Creek is at the head water of the Everglades. There are canoe kayak tours that are rated one of the top paddling trails in Florida. Within 20 minutes you enter and old-growth Cypress forest that is both serene and stunningly beautiful. For a walk back in time with the family of all ages, this is the place to visit.
Old town is a unique little gem on the Rt 192. It is has a unique collection of shops for all tastes, restaurants and bars. There is nightly entertainment and a weekly car cruise showing over a million dollars in classic cars. A haunted house and live entertainment. It is the home of Fun Spot Kissimmee for thrills and spills good old fashioned fairground entertainment.
Kissimmee is the gem that gets forgotten in the wake of Orlando. It has so much more to offer than just Disney World. It is a lovely quaint city, with shops and restaurants in the county of Osceola. The town is over a 100 years old and is on a lakefront. Stroll the streets of Historic Downtown Kissimmee, Florida, and it’s easy to see why this quaint, all-American town has seen such a revival in recent years. While its start may have been rooted in cattle and citrus, this former shipping town is now better known for the boutique dining, one-off shops and lively nightlife scene that dot the city center along Main Street and Broadway.