Orlando offers a huge variety of attractions and tours to do. However, many Orlando attractions are expensive, especially when traveling as a family. Fortunately, Mickey’s Land also brings incredible experiences totally free! In this post we list some. Keep reading and enjoy all that Orlando has to offer.
See also: What to do in Orlando besides the parks
1 – Lake Eola Park
Lake Eola Park is in downtown Orlando, close to beautiful walkways that envelop the water, taking you through trees, shops and interesting art pieces. The bright red Chinese pavilion is one of those pieces. It was donated to the city in 1987 by Chinese-American philanthropist Dr. Nelson Ying to beautify the city center. Learn more about Lake Eola Park
Why you need to go: A movie under the stars is never a bad idea, and every second Thursday of the month, you can get together with friends at the community park in Winter Park and watch the movie at night. Bring snacks, blankets, chairs and even your furry friends, as long as they’re stuck.
2 – Popcorn Flicks in Winter Park – Free things to do
We have already talked about the city of Winter Park in the blog. The city looks more like an Orlando neighborhood, as it is very close to downtown Orlando. The place is charming and is known as “Little Europe”. How about picking up your blanket, a chair, some snacks and lots of popcorn and enjoying a movie while going free in the park? Watch the movie under the stars in the city’s community park. Popcorn Flicks takes place every month on the second Thursday of the month. & Nbsp; Learn more about Popcorn Flicks
3 – Art After Dark: Food Truck Edition – Free things to do in Orlando
In your list of free things to do in Orlando, don’t forget to include Art After Dark.
Art After Dark is an artistic event held in the Lake Nona community. There are exhibitions by different local artists, music and local foods. Organizers recently added the incredible edition of food trucks, which takes place every first Friday of the month. Admission is free! Find out more about Art After Dark on Lake Nona.
4 – The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art
Museums are a great place to visit, to get inspired or even to get a general look, and The Morse Museum in Winter Park has incredibly colorful exhibits and pieces of historic art and architecture that are completely free to enjoy.
5 – Greenwood Cemetery
On select nights throughout the year, you can take a frighteningly beautiful stroll through Orlando’s Greenwood Cemetery. The tour is approximately three kilometers per 100 acres and you will visit the city’s historic tombs. The tour is free, but requires advance reservation.
6 – Hike Spring Hammock Preserve
This oasis in the jungle is the perfect trail for beginners and experienced. The entire reserve is about 1,500 acres and there are several different trails to take – with one that leads to a beautiful view of Lake Jesup. Find out more