5 Non Theme Park Attractions for Adults Near Orlando


The city of Orlando, Florida, is undoubtedly best known as the theme park capital of the world. Much of the city’s tourism revolves around the theme parks nearby, both major and minor. However, there is much else to do in and around the city. Here are five attractions in Orlando for adults to enjoy that are not theme parks.

The Dr Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

For adults who enjoy a theatrical performance, the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts might be worth checking out. The theater puts on popular musicals such as Les Misérables, stand up comedy shows, concerts, ballets and more. True to its slogan, Arts for Every Life, the center boasts an amazing variety of performing arts in its multiple venues.

The Tibet-Butler Preserve

The Tibet-Butler Preserve is a nature preserve situated in southwestern Orlando with miles of walking trails for you to explore. There is an environmental center on-site with displays and exhibits to help visitors better understand the ecology of the park. This is the place to go if you enjoy being outdoors and want to experience the wilds of Florida.

The Orlando Museum of Art

The Orlando Museum of Art might be worth a visit for adults who enjoy art exhibits. Like most art museums, it has a permanent collection as well as temporary exhibitions that come and go throughout the year. The museum’s permanent collection features African art, art of the ancient Americas, contemporary art and more.

Breweries

Orlando is home to several breweries of note if you want to experience the local brewing scene in an organized pub crawl or on your own. Some of the breweries you can visit include Orlando Brewing, Ocean Sun Brewing, the Dead Lizard Brewing Company, Orange County Brewers and others. Some venues have live entertainment and serve food as well.

Hunting and Fishing Expeditions

Hunters and fishermen will find plenty to do around Orlando. Activities such as Outdoor Fishing adventures and the blackbuck antelope hunting ranch allow visitors to go on fishing and hunting expeditions themselves. Alongside knowledgeable and experienced guides, you can learn tips and bring back some impressive trophies. Orlando is so much more than theme parks. There are plenty of attractions that appeal to adults rather than children or families. If you’re visiting the area, consider these attractions for an entirely different experience than most tourists bound for Orlando get. This is specially helpful if you come to the area for a work event and want to experience Orlando child-free.

Addy R
Addy Reeds is a freelance author from a small town in Oregon. She has a passion for journalism and makes her living as a writer. When not working away at her computer, she enjoys spending time with her cat, Finn, and her dog, Fry.
Leave a Reply