If you are visiting Orlando, Florida, for the Rebels first football game to take on the Florida State Seminoles over Labor Day weekend, here are a few places that should not be missed during your stay. While there are certainly other wonderful attractions in the area, these 10 will give you a look at the very best of Orlando.
1) SeaWorld Orlando
SeaWorld Orlando has been one of the city’s most popular attractions for years. It’s quite impressive with 200 acres of a number of animal shows, including killer whales, dolphins, exotic birds, sea lions, otters, walruses, and much more sea-inspired entertainment. If you want to endure an amusement park experience along with a glimpse into an aquarium, SeaWorld is the place to go. For more information, click here.
7007 SeaWorld Drive Orlando, FL 32821
2) Disney’s Boardwalk
Disney’s Boardwalk is perhaps one of the most famous attractions in Orlando. It is a short stroll to Epcot and a relaxing boat ride to Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Whether you want to find souvenirs, enjoy live street performers, shop at boutiques, fine dine at top rated resturants, or party until the next day, Boardwalk has every thing you need. Day or night each moment will be exciting. Oh, and just a stroll down Disney’s wonderful boardwalk, is free! For additional information, click here.
3) Millenia Mall
If you are looking for an upscale, modern, indoor shopping experience, The Mall at Millenia has everything you need. Offering 150 of the most top-notch stores. Along with services and eateries providing an exceptional experience. Millenia Mall is the place to find game day attire, outfits for rush, and flashy looks for a night on the town. For more information, click here.
4) Ole Miss Band Performs at Walt Disney World
You don’t want to miss our very own Pride Of The South band performing down Main Street of the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World on Monday at 2:30 p.m. Orlando won’t know what to do when the tradition of excellence since 1928 walks down the street. For more information, click here.
5) Airboat Tours
There’s something about riding on an airboat through the Florida Everglades. If you want to get up close and personal with over 200 wildlife animals, Wild Florida is the spot for you. From driving a ranch buggy, to getting on a wild boat or watching the alligators entertain, you do not want to miss this experience at Wild Florida along with your very own encounters with these cool animals. For more information, click here.
6) The Islands of Adventure
Are you ready for an adrenaline rush of the most innovative rides, shows, and attractions ever made? At Islands of Adventure, you will find the best explosive thrills of excitement and your favorite childhood stories, cartoons and legends. So, challenge all your sensations and plan your trip now. For more information, click here.
7) Brad Paisley “Country Nation College Tour” Concert
That’s right. Brad Paisley is having a concert the day before the big game! The concert will be held on the Seneff Arts Plaza at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Orlando. Fans can access the concert venue at South Street and Anderson Street.he all-ages concert starts at 8 p.m. California native and singer/songwriter Brett Young will open the show. Young recently released his self-titled EP with the lead single “Sleep Without You.” For more information, click here.
8) Ole Miss FSU Game Block Party at The Cheyenne Saloon
This one is not so much for the family. All you 21 and up, this is the place to be. This will be ALL for Ole Miss. AC, private bathrooms, private bars, VIP Section with pool table. An Alumni Band will be playing featuring Rob Reedy and another band from Oxford. Working with Rebel Rags to open up a shop inside. Cheyenne Saloon will look nice in Red and Blue. Remember this is NOT the alumni tailgate event. This is hosted during the day from 1030 a.m. to 2 a.m. Shuttles transporting people to the game. For more information, click here.
9) Drinking Around The World at Epcot’s World Showcase at Walt Disney World
This one is not for the faint of heart. Since most of us probably won’t be able to haphazardly spend thousands of dollars to fly to Paris at a moment’s notice anytime soon, Epcot’s World Showcase offers the next best option: sampling many alcoholic beverages and decadent desserts of the world in authentic-looking environments all while on vacation at Walt Disney World. The premise is simple: start out at one end of World Showcase, and continue through the countries, sampling a drink and/or dessert in each country. For more information, check out Guide to the Epcot Food & Wine Festival for additional tips and info.
10) Star Wars: A Galactic Spectacular Dessert Party at Disney’s Hollywood StudiosWho doesn’t like dessert? And this Star Wars adventure may be the sweetest thing you ever get to taste! Watch the fireworks from a reserved viewing area with Star Wars-themed desserts and drinks—plus receive a souvenir stein! For more information, click here.
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