1. Breakfast With Micky Mouse.
2. Journey To Atlantis At SeaWorld Orlando.
3.Dinner For Two At Hemingway's.
4. Finding The Perfect Gift.
6. Discovering New Favorite.
7. Loose Yourself on The Green.
8. Get Cultured At Orlando Ballet.
9. Get Animated At Universal Studios Florida.
10. Reconnect With The Ones You Love.
The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art: This Museum is open for the public for free of cost except on certain holidays and Friday's from 4-8 P.M.
CityArts Factory: This is the place of unique art galleries located in the heart of the Orlando.
Grand Bohemian Gallery: This gallery is a place where we can see the art galleries from the local contemporary to the Jewelry of European paintings from 19th to 20th centuries.
Millenia Fine Art: This museum is a collection of basket work, photography, lentulars and glass work, sculptures etc.
Zora Neale Hurston National Museum of Fine Arts: Here, we can see the artist works of Africa decent and it is name for the fame of Florida novelists.
Black Hammock Adventures: This place offers free live alligator plus bird exhibits. Watch trainers feed the 12-foot, 650-pound (295 kilograms) resident gator, Hammy, on Sunday afternoons. At the Lazy Gator Bar, the visitors can join the party to listen to the wonderful music.
Harry P. Leu Gardens: This garden will provide storytelling for free to the children and free entry on every third Monday of each month. This garden includes butterfly garden, tropical stream garden, bamboo and palm gardens.
Kraft Azalea Gardens: This is a good place for the picnic which is situated on Lake Maitland. This garden also offers a small fishing dock.
The University of Central Florida Arboretum: This University contains 600 plant species and eighty acres of property.
Winter Park Farmers Market: This is the place where the farmers come and sell their homemade products which includes fruits, vegetables, organic produce, baked goods etc.
Lake Eola Park: It is recreational park which occupies forty three acres of land.
Winter Park Popcorn Flicks: This is for free movie presentations at Cebtral park and Shady Park on evenry second Thursday of each month.
Winter Park Historical Museum: This Museum is situsted on the Farmers Market Building. It provides a walking tour of the city which includes 20 beautiful sites in the city.
Disney’s Boardwalk: This is a recreational park since 1930.
Lakeridge Winery & Vineyards: This is the largest winery in the Florida where visitors can take a free tour of winery and tasting the complimentary wines daily.
Orlando Brewing Company: It is one of the top 10 bewery and taproom in the southeast which is located in the downtown of Orlando.
LEGO Imagination Center: This is a place where kids can play and explore their imaginity to build the bricks for no cost to the parents. It is located in the downtown of Disney Marketplace.