Whether you are an educator with a group of students or a business stakeholder with a potential client, the Downtown Orlando Information Center staff can help you plan your visit to Downtown Orlando. These informational tours can meet any group’s requirements while helping everyone connect with our Downtown Community. Tours offer anything from basic overviews of Downtown for visitors to comprehensive, detailed guides for downtown employees and residents. No matter what your needs, the Downtown Orlando Information Center staff would be happy to assist you.
American Ghost Adventures
In the shadows of the theme park castles lies American Ghost Adventures. The tour leads you through Downtown Orlando and its just not another walk in the dark. Join us on this interactive ghost tour where you will be entwined with unsolved mysteries, scandalous tales and ghost sightings. This tour that will send chills down your spine as you investigate a real haunted building with EMF detectors and become an amateur ghost hunter. This tour has been voted one of the top 10 ghost tours in the world and one of the top 5 ghost tours in the United States. For additional tour information and times, please visit the American Ghost Adventure website at americanghostadventures.com or call us at 407-256-6225. Reservations are required.
Crafty Cocktail Tour
The Crafty Cocktail Tour showcases some of Downtown Orlando’s finest establishments and hidden gems in the Central Business District! Guests will visit several establishment locations in Central Business District and sample a variety of eclectic beverages hand selected by local mixologists. To learn more, click here.
Dinner + Drinks + Downtown
This historic downtown Orlando tour is a journey for your taste buds. On this 3-hour walking tour, your Tour Guide will lead you through the historic section of downtown Orlando as you eat, drink, and learn the secret history of this town. For more information, click here.
Downtown Historic Tours
The Downtown Historic Tour gives guests the opportunity to experience Orlando history first hand. The walking tour begins at Discover Downtown (201 S. Orange Ave) and ends at the Orange County Regional History Center. Leading the tour is our local Historic Preservation Expert, Richard Forbes. Join the Historic Walking Tour to see an assortment of buildings that have survived the test of time and adapted to modern uses. Tours operate the first Friday of each month, October through May and begin at 9:30 AM. For more information visit the City of Orlando website or contact Rose Garlick at 407.246.3789. The tour is also available online or via mobile device here.
Mosquito County Tours also offers a historic walking tour. This tour goes from 10 am – noon on most Tuesdays. During this tour, you will stroll through the streets of historic downtown Orlando, where we will see the first railroad station, the oldest building in Orlando, the Orlando Regional History Center, and more. You will hear all kinds of stories along the way and learn the hidden history behind this city. For more information, click here.
Lake Eola Lunch Tour
Step back in time with your tour guide as you learn about history, see public art displays, and learn fun stories that you’d never know if you walked this path on your own. Your guide will spill the beans on fun facts that you never knew existed! You will stop for lunch at a lake-side restaurant with beautiful views of the iconic fountain. For more information, click here.
See Art Walking Tour
See Art Orlando is a collection of eight permanent contemporary public art sculptures inspired by various elements of Orlando and embodying the diverse fabric of the city. Supported by private philanthropy, pieces in the collection were created by eight internationally-renowned artists, including one from Central Florida, and vary in size and medium. See Art Orlando is a self-guided tour. The tour is also available online or via mobile device here.
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