Saving money has become a norm in the world as everyone wants to get the best for what they can without spending a lot. This is where stretching money comes in. To “stretch money” means to carefully spend to ensure that nothing unnecessary is being purchased.

Orlando, Florida is a fun place to visit but can one go there on a budget and still have the time of their lives? Absolutely! This article will help visitors understand how to do it.

Visit Orlando, Florida On A Budget

USA Today ranked Orlando, Florida the number 1 cheapest vacation destination in the United States. There are various attractions to enjoy in Orlando including outdoor adventures, artwork, delicious cuisines, and many more. What’s even better is the fact that one can enjoy this experience for $50 or less. 50

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For less or equal to $25

Sea Life Orlando Aquarium

Aquatic wonders await the visitor at Sea Life Orlando Aquarium. In this aquarium, the visitor gets up closer to view sea creatures, a 360-degree ocean tunnel view of where they have various fish, sharks, sea turtles, stingrays and so much more. This place is children-friendly and they will be thrilled for just $19.96 per ticket for children and $23.96 per ticket for adults.

The Museum of Illusions

The Museum of Illusions is an exciting educational entertainment museum that has over 50 exhibits that can leave guests confused, thrilled, and eager for more! The admission fee begins from $20.95 however, there is a package that includes ‘The Wheel’ priced for $34.95 which reduces the price just below $18 per attraction.

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For less or equal to $20

The Wheel at Icon Park

As mentioned before, the wheel is one of the most beautiful and loved attractions at ICON Park. This Instagram-worthy ride offers air conditioning for 20 minutes as guests go from 0 to 400 feet in the air alongside costing only $19.99 for adults and $17.99 for kids.

Crayola Experience

This is a great experience for those who are creative by heart and love art. The double story, 70,000 square foot Crayola Experience offers the visitor an innovative yet colorful day filled with lots of proactive activities including drip art and many more. This is a great place to head to with family and friends or just a solo trip for $19.99 per ticket.

Kings Dining And Entertainment

Kings Dining and Entertainment is an entertainment area where visitors may bowl, dine and relax in the comfortable lounge they have to offer. This fun environment also offers foosball, billiards table, an outside bocce court, and much more! The rates start from as low as $16 per person per game.

Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens

This zoo offers more than 500 animals to see, including the rare and threatened species, as well as a beautiful lush garden. Tickets for adults begin at $19.50 and $15.95 for pensioners, $13.75 for kids between 3-12 years, and children under 3 enter for free.

Winter Park Scenic Boat Tour

Here the visitor gets to experience a boat tour ride which rates at $16 for adults and $8 for children aged 2 – 12 years. One can also save more as group prices are available. The tour is of waterfront mansions that are breathtakingly beautiful and definitely cost more than the Winter Park Scenic Boat Tour itself. The tour guide will explain the area’s history for free. The boat ride also covers the waterways, natural scenery, and Orlando’s wildlife for a reasonable price.

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For less or equal to $15

Lake Eola Park Swan Rentals

A visit to Orlando is not complete without taking the Swan Boats for a ride. This pedal-powered swan boat sits up to 5 people and tours the water to see the famous Linton E. Allen Memorial Fountain close-up. It costs $15 per boat which comes down to $3 per person when 5 people are splitting the cost. Rentals are available from the opening time (10 a.m. to 9 p.m. weekdays) up to 30 minutes prior to closing if the weather permits.

Orlando Star Flyer

The world’s tallest swing ride, the Orlando Star Flyer, offers visitors a daring ride as this soars at speeds of up to 60mph at the ICON Park. There are no age limitations for this ride as long as guests are at least 44 inches tall. Ticket prices go at the low rate of $12.21 at the gate and $10 when bought online alongside offering a same-day return of $7.51 each.

For less or equal to $10

Natural Springs

The Natural Springs is where guests need to be if they are looking for a wild time. These gorgeous crystal blue freshwater springs are not only great for swimming, hiking, diving, and exploring amazing flora and fauna but seeing sea animals. Standouts such as the Blue Spring State, Wekiwa Springs State Park, and many more are not more than an hour north of the core of Orlando and won’t cost more than $6 per vehicle to gain access to them.

Old Town

This amusement park is just minutes away from the Walt Disney World Resort and recreates the experience of 18 acres of tree-lined brick streets which are home to more than 70 affordable shops and restaurants. They offer events on a weekly basis such as classic car shows and live music with free admission! There are adjacent activities inside the old Town or Fun Spot America which is priced at $5 or less.

With that being said, it is possible to have a lot of fun despite being on a budget of $50 in Orlando, Florida. There are a lot more places and attractions in Orlando which are absolutely free of charge where the guest will enjoy their day for no cost.

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