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Best known as the home of the Citrus Bowl of college football, Camping World Stadium is one of the oldest facilities in the Orlando Centroplex complex. Renovated in the 90s to the tune of close to $40 million, the facility has a holding capacity of 65194, including several luxury boxes, and state-of-the-art amenities and equipment that make it a prime location for sporting events and huge rock super-shows.
The Plaza Live is considered as a premier venue for concert performances. Musical performances, theatrical presentations, educational programs are held here. This place claims to be a total entertainment venue with programs that are family oriented. Catch the latest in theater at this sophisticated downtown venue, freshly decorated and with ample parking space for the guests.
All the artwork on display at Boom-Art by Rogers Studio is created by the studio's owners--two former circus clowns. Much of the colorful, whimsical, and often bizarre artwork is available for purchase, and pieces range in price from just a few dollars all the way up to several hundred. The beauty and creativity behind each piece on display in this quirky store makes Boom-Art worthy of a visit, even if you aren't in the market for a new piece of artwork. Â
Opened on 9th October, 2003, the Orlando Repertory Theatre is meant for the young crowd as well as families. It holds many plays, classes, camps, and offers performance opportunities for young artists. ThisLearn place promotes reading, literacy, and verbal skills through the use of books and plays as literature.
Orlando Science Center is a glistening structure that looks like the product of a meeting between Greek-Roman architects and Star Trek engineers. The analogy applies to the activities inside as well. The museum strives to teach kids (and adults) about classical science using modern, hands-on, sometimes high-tech activities. The museum houses themed exhibit halls where patrons can explore the human body, modern technology, the solar system and other topics. The exhibits often change, so you can always learn something new. Its eight-story CineDome is billed as one of the world's largest movie theaters where they show large-format nature/technology films.
This piece of 1950s architecture is believed to be one of the best art museums in the South. Founded in 1924, the museum now consists of three permanent exhibits - the American Collection, housing nearly 900 paintings, prints, photographs and sculptures from the 19th century onward; the Art of Ancient Americans Collection, boasting 500 artifacts of jade, gold and clay from Mexican, Costa Rican and Peruvian cultures; and an African collection of more than 70 artifacts, including masks, from various West African countries. OMA also hosts rotating exhibits. Residents of Orange, Seminole, Lake and Osceola counties receive free admission.