Experience DTO During the Bowl Games

Last updated on December 17, 2020

The Cure Bowl, Cheez-It Bowl, and Vrbo Citrus Bowl are all headed to Camping World Stadium. Plan your safe and fun day ahead of time.  From swan boat rides, dining, and self-guided tours, there are plenty of ways to spend your day before the big game. Don't forget your face covering and hand sanitizer when visiting downtown. Here are 5 ways to experience downtown Orlando before or after the game:

  1. Eat your way through downtown
     The best way to experience downtown is through your taste buds. With soul food from Nikki's Place to New York Style pizza from Anthony's Thornton Park to artisanal ice cream from The Greenery Creamery, you will not leave downtown hungry.  Explore all 170 choices food options.

  2. Experience Lake Eola Park
    You haven't lived until you have taken the voyage across Lake Eola on a swan paddle boat. At night experience the magic of Lake Eola Park during the holidays. The Eola Wonderland Christmas Tree comes alive with synchronized lights and music every night at 5:45 pm, 6:45 pm, 7:45 pm, 8:45 pm, and 9:45 pm. 

  3. Step back in time
    Mixing architecture and history is a great way to spend the day. Learn more about downtown Orlando with the self-guided Historic Districts Walking Tour.

  4. Artful Walks
    Take a self-guided walking tour of the See Art Collection, six of them are located around Lake Eola Park.  

  5. Experience a new adventure
    Throw axes at BATL, experience a brain-busting scavenger hunt at The Great Escape Room.

When visiting downtown, you can park for free thanks to the Park DTO program.  Download the ParkMobile app and use the code ParkDTO for up to two hours of free parking at any on-street space. You can also get up to three hours of free parking with validation in certain City of Orlando parking garages when dining or shopping at participating businesses





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