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FREE Wine tasting and tour - Lakeridge Winery  - Vineyard tour and taste testing! Only a 50 minute ride, We found
Lakeridge Winery informative and liked that you could
sample before you buy . Visit their wonderful gift shop.    Click here
for more information   
Free Beer Tour. If you're a fan of local brews, don't miss out on the brewery tours available at Orlando Brewing
Company.  It's the only organic brewery in the entire State, and offers free tours every night.  Try their Monk In the
Trunk Amber Ale or Young's Double Chocolate Stout as you take advantage of their free wifi and gift shop. These
hand-crafted organic ales and lagers are already available in select bars and restaurants across Central Florida.   
End your tour in the Tap Room and enjoy free entertainment.
*Free Admission. Free Parking. Free $300 Coupon Book. Minutes away on Rt. 192 to Old Town!  Home of the
largest Weekly Car Cruise.  Click here for more information Thursday night is Bike Night.  Friday night newer,
customs and exotics.  Saturday features over 300 classics starting at 1pm.  
FREE On Wednesday, Friday,
Saturday nights
a free rock-n-roll concert (rides & bars open later). Shopping, dining and rides - purchase a
wristband Sunday 12 - 6 for $15, buy one and get one free on Wednesday.  Old time pictures to old fashion ice
cream parlour.
Downtown Disney's Lego Imagination Center.  Compete in a "beat-the-clock" building contest, or see
a 12-foot (3.6-meter) T. rex and 30-foot (9-meter) sea serpent, both made of thousands of pieces of one of America's
favorite toys.  Time out for the kids to play FREE with legos.
 Downtown Disney
Free on Friday's.  Let it rain! The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum Of American Art.  Largest collection of Louis Comfort
Tiffany including jewelery, pottery, art glass, leaded glass windows, paintings, lamps and more.    Special Summer Family
Programs.  For more information call The Education Department at 407-645-5311 ext. 117.
Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Central Florida: An informative center
dedicated to remembering the millions if people that were lost during the rule of Nazi Germany.  
  FREE - Adult only (must be 21 or over with valid photo ID)- Casino Cruise Ship ... Sterling Casino Lines
cruises twice daily from Cape Canaveral, seven days a week, at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.   Sail absolutely FREE including all port
charges and parking. Transportation is available from many points in Central and North Central Florida, including Orlando
and Daytona Beach.
Click here for more information  Throughout your cruise, enjoy a complimentary deli buffet, free
cocktail and beverage service (for all gaming participants). Adding to your choice of activities are a photo gallery, massage
therapy, and live entertainment featuring the particularly entertaining "Legends in Concert", an award-winning musical
extravaganza presenting live re-creations of legendary superstars. These are talented performers who not only look like
the stars, they sound like them too!
FREE Things To See And Do

*FREE - Historic St. Cloud is called "The Friendly Soldier City" for the thousands of Civil War veterans who relocated here
in the early 1900s.  Antique stores, eclectic shops, expansive waterfront parks and unique restaurants. These small-town
cityscapes of folks shopping, sitting, and enjoying each other's company bring to life an era of days gone by. Slow down
and enjoy the day.

*FREE - Explore Cow Town, Historic Downtown Kissimmee  Lakefront Park entertains families with a fountain splash pool
and a caboose selling snacks and ice cream.  The Monument of States, delivers a free and easy geography lesson, made of
minerals from every state and many nations. The Monument of States offers every visitor a chance to find a piece of home
while on vacation.   Constructed of 1,500 stones brought from each of the 50 states and 22 foreign countries. The
monument was built in 1943 and was paid for by local citizens.  From there you can walk to the stores and eateries of pretty
downtown, decorated with murals depicting Kissimmee's cow-town heritage.
Click here for more information.  The Farmer’s
Market is held each Thursday from 7:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. in Toho Square (corner of Pleasant Street and Darlington Avenue)
Osceola County's oldest and largest shopping area, this downtown area offers a wide array of charming shops where you
can buy collectibles, antiques, clothing, travel services, and much more, all in a quaint, old-fashioned Florida atmosphere.
Kissimmee is home to the oldest courthouse in continual use in the State of Florida (don't forget to check out the hanging
tree, and
Goold's Western Wear was one of the first outlets to sell Levi Jeans in the country.

*FREE -  St. Cloud Heritage Museum  1012 Massachusetts Avenue, St. Cloud opened February 19, 2005.  Open Thursday-
Friday 10 am - 2 pm, and Sunday 1-4.  No admission fee. Donations accepted.   The mission of the new St. Cloud Heritage
Museum is to preserve historic records and artifacts of
organizations and individuals involved in the history of St. Cloud.  The museum currently features photographs, historic
records and a variety of artifacts from veterans of the St. Cloud area, the Woman’s Club of St. Cloud, the St. Cloud Garden
Club, the New York/New Jersey Club, and other groups and individuals involved in St. Cloud and its history.  A growing
collection of documents and artifacts on the early history of St. Cloud includes copies of the Robert A. Fisk collection of
postcards and photographs and the Pat McMullen collection of postcards of early St. Cloud.  The series of articles by
Robert A. Fisk on the history of St. Cloud which have appeared in St. Cloud In the News are also included in the museum
collection.  The museum is housed in the historic Veterans Memorial Library  amed to honor the Civil War veterans who
founded St. Cloud.  The building previously served as the town’s library which was operated by the Woman’s Club for over
50 years.  
Click here for more information
Free admission on Monday from 9am to noon - Leu Gardens 1920 N.Forest Avenue,Orlando, FL 407-246-2620 The 50 acre  
luxurious gardens were the creation of the late Harry P. Leu and his wife Mary Jane, who acquired the property and home
in 1936. A tour of the home explain how  they transformed the 1898 farmhouse into a rich man's estate.  In the heart of the
gardens is the Leu House Museum, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Click here for more information. A typical tour of the grounds takes about an hour and a half.  
There are lots of state parks in Florida and many are free.    Big Tree Park in Longwood,  15 minutes north of downtown
Orlando, is home to  the oldest Cypress Tree on record at over 2,000 years old, standing at 138 feet.  
Explore Church Street Market
Outdoor entertainment and free musical acts populate the streets of Church Street Market in downtown Orlando. The area
has recently been renovated with attractive courtyards and contemporary décor; it's a local favorite, and is a great reason
to get away from Disney for a while. You'll find the market at 55 W. Church Street.
Watch the Electrical Water Pageant
It takes place each night on Seven Seas Lagoon and Bay Lake - times vary. A long line of barges are transformed
into a magical light show. It is short - just a few minutes long but is one of the overlooked treasures of Walt Disney
World. It can be seen from the beaches of the Grand Floridian and Polynesian and the Fort Wilderness Marina and
Witness your car going uphill in neutral!  One of Florida's best-known free attractions
Spook Hill, in Lake Wales. Located on North Wales Drive (Fifth Street)
Take the free garden tour at the Yacht & Beach Club Resort.
Call guest services for times
Take the free lobby tour at Animal Kingdom Lodge.  
Kissimmee's Brinson -  one of the city's best spots for relaxing. Feeling energetic?  Enjoy the
walking and riding trails at Split Oak Forest Mitigation Park.
House in the Horseshoe State Historic Site
16th century home of North Carolina Governor Benjamin Williams. Furnished with period furniture near Sanford
North Carolina
Disney's Boardwalk
Head out to the Walt Disney World Resort anytime of year for the entertainment highlights on Disney's Boardwalk. Jellyrolls
are a populare feature here, and the ESPN Club also stages a variety of shows and presentations at no cost.  Enjoy a FREE
water shuttle around the lake!
Lake Eola Park: This downtown Orlando centerpiece offers 43 acres for exploration and recreation, including fountains, a
walking path, playgrounds, swans to feed and swan shaped paddle boats and gondolas (for a slight fee.)   
Free admission all day from Friday through Sunday, and you and the family can enjoy the circus atmosphere at Fleaworld's
Funworld with its acrobatic performances, animals and nightly shows.  Fleaworld just a short drive north of Orlando, and
the locale features over 1,500 vendors from around the State.
Watch it snow! Every year around Christmas you can watch "the snow fall", take a train ride or a
horse drawn carriage ride through Celebration.  Watch
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