No matter what your reason is for traveling to Orlando, you’ll probably want to advantage of the year-round beautiful weather and explore this fun city. For some, exploring a city like Orlando can get pricey, that’s why we’ve put together a Fun On A Budget list of cheap things to do in Orlando. Another great way to save money during your stay to Orlando is to stay at our extended stay hotel. You can save by staying longer and enjoy all the comforts of home like an in-room kitchen, premium T.V. channels, free Wifi, & more!
Take in the Orlando countryside at Lakeridge Winery & Vineyards. Here you can enjoy the premium wines and views of the 127-acre estate with a complimentary wine tour and tasting! Tours and Tastings are offered Monday through Sunday, running every 30 minutes and lasting a total of 45 minutes (last tour offered at 3:45 PM). This breathtaking venue also holds festivals and events throughout the year. Be sure to check out their annual Harvest Grape Stomp in August where adults and children can take place in the grape stomping competition!
One of the best views of Downtown Orlando can be seen at Lake Eola Park. Free to visit, there are countless things to do in the park like have a picnic lunch, bird-watch, take advantage of the photo ops, or rent a Swan paddle boat. Lake Eola Park also features events and live music throughout the year. You can enjoy the Orlando Farmers Market here, enter to run a race, or just lounge and listen as music fills your ears from a nearby performance. Whatever you choose, this spot will be relaxing for you and your wallet!
Take a walk through Orlando’s history on Winter Park’s Historical Walking tour. This tour is self-guided with 20 stops that will take you from Winter Park Historical Museum to the north end of Park Avenue (grab your free brochure from the museum). Throughout the tour, you will stop at historical sites like Knowles Cottage, the Colony Plaza, and the Pioneer Building –taking in the magic of Orlando’s historical buildings.