Travelup Reviews Orlando, Florida has long been seen as the number one travel destination for vacations planned around theme parks. While Orlando does house some of the best theme parks in the world, there are many other reasons you might want to travel to this world-famous city.

If you are considering one or more of Orlando’s famous theme parks; research several and choose the best one. Each park alone is large enough to warrant a single vacation, so time management is a must on this type of vacation. Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Disney’s Blizzard Beach, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon, and various other locations are all situated in and around Orlando. Regardless of the park you’re visiting, you will find hotel accommodations to suit all tastes and needs, restaurants of nearly any cuisine nearby, and activities to pack your itinerary as full as it can be.

If you’re traveling to experience the arts or culture and history of Orlando there is a string of theatres and museums to visit. There is the Orlando Shakespeare Theatre, The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art, Orlando Museum of Art, CityArts Factory, and many other galleries and museums nearby.

However, if shopping is more your style there is no shortage of malls and shops to check out. The Florida Mall is located in Orlando and often draws people from all over the country. There are also various Premium Outlets and flagship stores that carry merchandise franchise locations do not. The Mall at Millennia is also a large shopping attraction you wouldn’t want to miss out on. Maybe you could get the kids off to a theme park with their father, and spend the day in an air conditioned mall instead.

If you’re lucky enough to get even more time to yourself, there are a number of top-rated salons and spas in Orlando that will leave you feeling very relaxed. Blue Harmony, Waldorf Astoria Spa, The Salon at Bay Hill, and Poseidon Spa all offer an incredibly luxurious visit. For something a little different, Shala Salon Spa and Turkish Bath is a must-see.

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Home to some of the most creatively designed theme parks in the world, it makes sense that Orlando also has an incredibly vibrant art and culture scene. There’s an endless amount of galleries, museums, historical sites and architecture to explore in this city. To help you choose which ones to see during your visit, Travelup has gathered a few of its ‘must-see art and culture attractions in Orlando.

Of the abundance of treasures that await visitors in Central Florida, none is quite so visually dazzling as an exploration of the rooms inside The C.H Morse Museum of American Art. According to Travelup reviews, this museum is home of one of the most comprehensive collections of artwork by Louis Tiffany in the world. Some of the highlights, according to Travelup reviews, include the Byzantine chapel which Tiffany created specifically for the Columbian Exposition in 1893, as well as the new wing which displays Tiffany’s collection of architectural and art objects which he kept in his own home during his lifetime.

The Regional History centre, housed inside of a stunning, five-storey courthouse built in 1927, can be found in the very heart of Downtown Orlando. Here visitors can explore the vast collection of artefacts from the Florida’s Historical Society. The museum has some highly interactive features and exhibits included in its three floors of permanent displays. You can journey through the history of Florida, Travelup says, from 12,000 years ago up to the present day; the exhibits perfectly depict the transition from the state’s Indian settlements, to cattle ranches, to today’s tourist centric, artsy community.

The Baterbys Art gallery is, Travelup says, a world class facility which is home to some of the greatest works of art in history; some of the artists whose pieces can be found here include Joan Miro, Henri Matisse, Marc Chagall and many others which can only be found in the USA’s top museums. Travelup In addition to these, the museum also houses an incredible array of work from some of today’s most well known contemporary artists, such as Pino, Gary Benfield, Alfred Gockel and Peter Max.