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John's Pass has recently undergone a major multi-million dollar face lift, and it looks pretty nice.™ - Orlando (on International Drive) and Kissimmee (on 192) - (407)396-4800 - They claim to have one of the longest go-cart tracks in America "almost 1 mile long". They state that you should "Hang out & enjoy the famous Saturday Night Cruise..." with "..to 800 classic cars as they cruise the street of Old Town".
We were able to ride for free by getting a coupon (luckily from a tourist info store only 2 doors away from them) from the commonly available tourist coupon books in many of the hotel lobbies, tourist info stores and restaurants in the area. We've been by there a few times and if you are a car buff, you'll see some excellent vehicles.
Also kiddie rides: Cadet Track, Swings, Panda Ride, Tea Cups and the Kiddie Train.
There is an arcade with video games, air hockey, skee ball, and more. Master Card, Visa and American Express cards accepted.
While we were there the zoo employees entertained us with a falconry show, permitted us to touch an alligator, and there was a walking/speaking tour describing the various types of cats being fed.The employees gladly entertained questions from the public. every day except Thanksgiving (the fourth Thursday in November and Christmas (Dec. From the Orlando/Kissimmee attractions area take I-4 East to Exit 52, then follow the signs to the zoo. - there are some other notable attractions of the Daytona area and it has many places to stay (for any budget) with greater than 300 establishments such as hotels, motels, RV parks and camping areas.It's about an hours drive north of the main attractions area. - Winter Park, near downtown Orlando- (407)645-5311- The museum has recently completed (after 2 years) re-assembling an original exhibit from the Chicago Exhibition of 1893 which is a neo-byzantine style Tiffany art glass chapel. See Daytona International Speedway where the famous Daytona 500 and the Pepsi 400 stock car races are held annually and the which includes a planetarium.The admission fee also covers the lighthouse museum, a micro-theater historical film, historical grounds, nature-walk and the gift shop. Cloud - (407)892-6905 - The names says it all; they feature snakes and reptiles including venomous snakes from around the world, gila monsters, alligators and more. From the main attractions area take I-4 to Exit 45, right on Fairbanks Ave. " (someone who works for them stated that it's 300 ft. We've seen this ride in person and it is incredibly high; don't confuse this one with smaller versions in the area. Take 408 to I-95 North to Exit 80, then go East for 1.3 miles, then left on N. - Orange & Seminole Counties - (407) 884-2008 - A 7000 acre park with natural springs pumping out 42 million gallons of 72 degree water per day. The water in the lake surrounding the springs seemed a little too inhabited by organisms for my taste (and the "no-see-ums", a spring/summer, biting, flying nuisance insect, weren't so nice either) so we went for a walk nearby into a surprisingly wonderful primeval forest on an elevated wooden walkway.
This is a definite must-do if you are in the Daytona area. Take I-4 to East Hwy 192, 20 miles, when the road narrows to two lanes start looking because they will be 1/2 mile from there on the left.- Sarasota - (941)359-5700 or (941) 351-1660 - This museum has a collection spanning 500 years of European art initiated and donated by the famous circus owner/partner of Ringling Bros., Barnum & Bailey Circus. The minimum height requirement to ride is 42 inches. Believe it or not, this is one of Floridas top attractions. I've been to other Florida parks, but I've never seen such an ancient looking spot.There is also a house museum dating from the 1880's.