Easily accessible from Orlando, the subtropical Florida Everglades offer a change of pace from the theme parks of Orlando. Combine an airboat safari through the wildlife-rich wilderness with other nearby sights for a full-day experience—here’s how.
Icon Orlando 360
Open daily from 10am-2am
8445 International DR, Orlando, Florida
In order to enjoy Icon Park’s main attractions—including the massive observation wheel—you can opt for a 3-attraction pass; which includes access to the Sea Life Orlando Aquarium, Madame Tussauds, and The Wheel. Separate tickets to the attractions are also available. Other notable sights include an arcade, the 7D Dark Ride Adventure, and Orlando StarFlyer—the world’s tallest swing ride. Plus, you'll find popular eateries like Shake Shack and Outback Steakhouse, as well as lively nightlife options such as nightly flamenco shows at Tapa Toro.
2 or 3-Attraction Pass: Wheel at ICON Park, Madame Tussauds & SeaLife Aquarium
$44.00 per adult
My Daughter and I went to Maddame Tussourds while the rest went to Sea Life. Se all had a great time.
Lois_D, May 2022
Things to know before you go
- A ride on The Wheel lasts about 23 minutes; each capsule holds up to 15 people.
- Wheelchairs less than 36 inches (91 centimeters) in width are permitted on The Wheel.
- There is no fee to get into the complex.
- Dogs and miniature horses that meet the requirements for service animals under the Americans with Disabilities Act are allowed at the park.
How to get there
By car, take I-4 to exit 74 (Sand Lake Road). Parking is free in the on-site covered parking garage; free valet parking is also available. The park is also accessible via Orlando’s I-Ride Trolley, which runs along International Drive; the nearest stops to The Wheel are #14 on the Red Line Northbound route and stop G9 on the Green Line Southbound route.
When to get there
Icon Park is open throughout the week—usually with later opening hours at the weekend. Hours for specific restaurants and attractions may vary. Sunset is a popular time to ride The Wheel, so prepare for long lines then, especially during peak tourist seasons in the summer and winter months.
Orlando’s International Drive
Known as I-Drive for short, this major thoroughfare in Orlando is lined with restaurants, hotels, shops, boutiques, and dinner shows—as well as many of the city’s popular theme parks. The convenient I-Ride Trolley service lets you ride up and down this main drag, with numerous stops and several routes along the way.
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