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10 Cheap Things To Do In Florida

Florida vacation 1960A trip to Florida is an opportunity for the holiday of a lifetime. With unrivaled opportunities to soak up sea, sun, scenery and local culture, there are things to do in Florida for every type of vacationer.

Trips abroad often have a large price tag – but it’s important to remember that cost is not as important as value.

Here are ten of the best cheap attractions in Florida to help you make the most of your trip, don’t forget that you can usually find Orlando theme park tickets for a discount online or buy them when you are at the gate:

Orlando Science Center
Science and technology take centre stage at this experience-based museum.
Price: Adults $17; seniors aged 55 or over $16; children 3-11 £12.

Titanic: The Experience
Take a walk through the infamous liner in the world’s first permanent Titanic exhibition, which offers a one-hour guided tour.
Price: Adults $19.95; seniors $17.95; children 3-11 $12.95; under 3s free.

Harry P. Leu Gardens
The garden collections on show at this scenic Orlando attraction are some of the most beautiful and extensive in the US and the world.
Price: Adults $7; children up to 12th grade $2; Monday 9am to noon – free entry.

Princeton Park and College Park Pool
If you’re looking for something a little more active, this site offers a basketball court, swimming pool and fitness equipment, as well as stunning scenery.
Price: Free

Cocoa Beach
What would a trip to Florida be without spending some time on its famed beaches? Renowned for its beautiful sand and amazing surf, Cocoa Beach is a good place to start and it’s located in close proximity to a range of family villas at Davenport Lakes, meaning added convenience for holiday-goers.
Price: Free

Kissimmee Manufacturers’ Mall
If discounted fashions and gadgets are up on your agenda, or you just want to cast your eye over the offerings, this outlet shopping centre will be your dream.
Price: free (apart from your purchases of course!)

Dr. James R. Smith Neighborhood Center
Among the 22 acres of this visitor attraction are shade, trees, spray pool, as well as atmospheric lighting and picnic tables for you to relax among.
Price: free

Clear Lake Park
Fancy a bit of fishing in the great outdoors? Even if you’re not a fan of heading out from the dock, there’s plenty to keep you busy.
Price: free

Orange County Historical Museum
Gain an insight into the history of the sunshine state through this amazing museum, which brings the lives of past central Florida residents to life.
Price: free – donations welcome

Club Firestone
Looking for some action after dark? Club Firestone is housed in a 1920s-built venue and renowned for being one of Florida’s largest dance arenas.
Price: covers from $5 – plus cocktails!

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Vago Damitio

Damitio  (@vagodamitio) is the Editor-in-Chief for Vagobond. Life is good. You can also find him on Google+ and at Facebook

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