10 Orlando Vacation Day Trip Ideas | Adult Vacation
Orlando offers some amazing ideas for an adult vacation. Often overlooked spots are perfect for an anniversary or a special event. Without kids in tow, enjoy some of the sites on your adult vacation.
Winter Park is a great place to start your adult vacation. It is full of high-end shopping, farmer’s markets, and gourmet dining. On Saturdays, the farmer’s market is held in the restored train depot. Pick up some fresh fruit and vegetables at a great price. Stop for lunch at some of the amazing restaurants, there are so many to choose from. It’s also full of trendy boutiques, so take some time to shop for the latest styles.
Four Seasons Pool
No adult vacation is complete without some pool time. The Four Seasons in Orlando is the only pool of its kind in the area. It’s only available to 21 and over guests. It’s a 92-foot infinity pool and jacuzzi are completely relaxing. There is even a poolside service that includes healthy snacks.
Dr. Phillips Center
The amazing Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts has a wide range of shows for your adult vacation. There are multiple theaters that house different types of concerts and shows. Catch a ballet or enjoy a rock concert all at the same venue.
Spa at the Grand Floridian
Stop at the Grand Floridian for a well-deserved spa day. The Victorian era building is a great backdrop for a manicure and pedicure. Don’t miss the Signature Age Defying Lavender facial. It’s not only relaxing but will also take years off of your skin.
Orlando is actually home to the Golf Channel. With more than 170 golf courses, enjoy your adult vacation by teeing off! You can spend half a day or multiple days on the extensive greens. Be sure to visit the Bay Hill Club, Waldorf Astoria Club, and Grand Cypress Resort.
The Everglades is a beautiful spot to go on a kayak eco-tour. Shingle Creek offers two-hour guided tours through the cypress-lined waters. You can spot alligators and exotic birds while getting a great workout.
For those sports enthusiasts, the Orlando Magic has a seat for you at the 20,000 seat Amway Center. Cheer your local team, who have been in Orlando for over 25 years. You may even spot a celebrity at a game.
Harry P. Leu Gardens
Because this isn’t a huge tourist attraction, it’s the perfect place to enjoy Florida’s beautiful botanical gardens. Its more than 50 acres and houses more than 1,000 rose bushes. Be sure to also visit the butterfly garden and citrus grove before the day is over.
Orlando Brewing Company
With more than 20 different types of ales, lagers and seasonal microbrews on tap, there are tons of beers to try. All of the beers are USDA-certified organic. They offer free brewery tours Monday to Saturday and live music on Friday and Saturday nights.
Surprisingly, the largest collection of Tiffany glass is located in Orlando. At the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art, you can this legendary collection of lamps, art glass and more. Don’t miss the $5 million dollars Tiffany wing.