The Orlando Science Center is also quite popular among tourists who prefer educational activities. An exposition of this center is dedicated to the unique nature of Florida. The large-scale center accommodates a modern meteorological station. Visitors here are offered a lot of interesting entertainment: they can assess the accuracy of ultramodern telescopes, learn the basic principles of the work of meteorologists, and also try out various interactive exhibits in action.
"Ripley's Believe It or Not" is deservedly called the weirdest cultural center of Orlando. It houses a lot of unusual exhibits and expositions, which are hard to understand and believe. The skeleton of a mermaid, a fish model with a wool cover instead of scales, a swimsuit made of hair - there are both real and fictional exhibits. Visitors to the museum should decide for themselves whether a particular exhibit is true or not.
The main street of Orlando is International Drive, its length is 19 km. This street is a continuous series of numerous entertainment venues, hotels, and restaurants. Here you will find hundreds of shops - walking along this street remains some of the favorite entertainments for tourists.