VENUE + LODGING
Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts has become a hub for the best international, national and local artists, for community outreach and for arts education. Since opening the arts center in 2014, it has been named one of Travel + Leisure magazine’s “25 New Tourist Attractions Worth Adding to Your Bucket List” and one of Southern Living magazine’s “50 Best Places in the South Now.”
Alexis & Jim Pugh Theater bursts with starry light features, amazing acoustics, and 32 ceiling-mounted abstract pieces by artist Tom McGrath.
Whether you’re a theme park enthusiast, bird watcher, foodie, water sports fanatic, sun worshipper, arts patron, serious shopper or anything in between, you’re always welcome here. The possibilities are endless. And wonder is always within reach. It’s the getaway you deserve — and you’ll only find it in ORLANDO, FL.
Orlando may be the theme park capital of the world, but there's more to the Floridian city than just Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando®. The city itself has a party atmosphere and the sort of shopping opportunities that are worth traveling here specifically to take advantage of. Helpfully, Orlando also has great weather all year round, so there's never a bad time to visit.
When it comes to getting into and around Orlando, you'll find that the city has a fairly good public transportation network and a very good airport (or 2). You'll also find plenty of information about these below, along with all the other useful things it helps to know when traveling to Orlando.