Frugal Much? Things Orlando Vacationers Can Do For Free
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Frugal Much? Things Orlando Vacationers Can Do For Free

Added: Jan 27, 2017
Category: Blog

Orlando has so much to offer to both tourists and residents alike, with the city’s ever evolving slate of attractions and fun things to do. Been to LEGOLAND’s DUPLO Valley, anyone? The captivating and magical Disney World amusement parks?  As far as most people are concerned, the theme park capital of the world has only pricy entertainment on offer which is far from true!

Even if you’re a budget traveler, Orlando has a lot to offer. We highlight some amazing hotspots and off-the beaten paths that you won’t have to spend a dime at!

Explore Orlando’s Art

Housing seven entirely separate and diverse art galleries, the downtown CityArts Factory showcases local and international art within its walls. Exhibitions showcased in all galleries rotate on a monthly basis, which ensures different showings on different months.

Visitors can attend art show openings at multiple venues on the third Thursday of every month. In addition, the gallery hop that’s sponsored by the Downtown Arts District starts at CityArts.

Explore Orlando’s Attractions

You won’t have to spend anything for this. Stroll along Disney’s Boardwalk (re-creation of a 1930’s style village along the Atlantic coast) on a moonlit sky. Known for its nightclubs and entertainment hotspots, all visitors can freely enjoy the many street musicians, magicians and performers at the quarter mile promenade situated alongside Crescent Lake.

The entire family can even wall he picture perfect streets of the picture perfect town of Celebration. Conceived by Disney, this community has a blend of modern technology and historic themed architecture which is both enjoyable to view and be awed at. The farmers market at Lakeside Park is also a great pit stop to make.

Explore Orlando With The Family!

Black Hammock Adventures on Lake Jesup showcases live alligator and bird exhibits that are also free for viewing. Here you can see trainers as they feed the 12 foot and 650 pound resident gator ‘Hammy’ on Sunday afternoons. You can also listen to free live music every Friday and Saturday night as you and
your significant other happily tuck in your meal at the restaurant.

The Chamberlin's Market & Cafe which opened in 1935 is another place to visit. Much more than an organic
grocery store, the market and café features free classes as well as guest speaking sessions all year round.

With so much to offer and more, why not take the entire family to Orlando? The best part is you won’t have to face issues with securing good accommodation in Orlando, even in peak visiting season! Blue Travels offers the best vacation homes in Orlando that are absolutely perfect – not to mention budget friendly - for you and your family!






 



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