Orange County Regional History Center
With an exciting roster of ever-changing exhibits on display and travelling exhibits on loan to other facilities, The History Center is one of Central Florida’s premier attractions. Members, educators and visitors alike find a wealth of fascinating information, delivered in dynamic fashion. From guided tours and “hands-on history” events to fun-packed summer camps and interactive children’s programs, learning is fun for all ages. History Center members can take advantage of a number of special value-added benefits, including discounts and exclusive event opportunities. The stately facility is also available for event rentals, ranging from unparalleled conferences to unforgettable weddings.The First People exhibit takes visitors back in time to see how Paleo-Indians lived in the days before European Contact. First Contact helps visitors imagine Native American’s reaction and the changes in their lifestyles due to the arrival of the Spanish
“Thinking about a unique romantic experience coupled with fantastic fun?Perhaps somewhere you can pop the question, renew your vows or just sneak away from the office? Why not venture to the number one tourist destination in the world-Orlando, Florida?It is here where you will find the newest theme park, Discovery Cove, and where you can engage dolphins to participate in your memorable romantic escapade.The park’s premium romantic package will provide you with a buoy, personalized with your special love message, delivered by a dolphin to your loved one. Perhaps, you may even convince your new- found friend to deliver an engagement ring to your sweetheart?
Orlando inshore saltwater fishing is in one word, “incredible.” Within a short drive from the area attractions, visitors can find some of the best fishing in the state, not to mention the best Redfishing in the World. Just 45 minutes from Orlando, Florida is a fishing estuary, called Mosquito Lagoon, that is second to none. This area of Central Florida offers both beginners and expert anglers the opportunity to catch record sized Redfish, Sea Trout, Snook, Tarpon and more. You’re sure to see “tailing” Redfish, Snook hiding in mangroves, rolling Tarpon, Sea Trout, as well as Dolphins, Manatees and many other animals in their natural environment.Redfish, one of the more popular fish species in the area, and one that most anglers and fishing guides target, are exceptional fighters and can be caught year round. Also known as Red Drum, these fish can exceed forty plus pounds during the summer when they gather and spawn. During the winter months, Redfish catches normally run in the three to twelve pound range. Fishing guides can catch numerous Redfish per charter, and stories of one hundred Redfish per day is not unheard of