Boundless fun awaits you at Orlando North’s attractions. Take a wind-in-your-hair airboat ride. Visit a zoo set amid lovely botanical gardens. Go kayaking in search of manatees. Eat, drink and shop your way through Historic Downtown Sanford, and much, much more.
Our natural wonderland offers an active, uncrowded alternative to the theme parks nearby.
A natural and relaxing alternative to nearby theme parks, Orlando North’s attractions offer plenty of ways to have fun in the sun! And they won’t break the bank!
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Planet Obstacle is Central Florida’s largest indoor obstacle park. Located just north of Orlando in Lake Mary, the 45,000-square-foot facility provides a day full of fun and exercise for adults, kids, fitness fanatics, corporate groups and birthday parties. Created by two Cirque du Soleil veterans, Planet Obstacle’s safe, unique and challenging obstacle courses will inspire the inner ninja warrior within everyone! Earn bragging rights to an aerial rope course, an extreme zipline, a rock climbing wall, trampolines, bungees, ball pits and much, much more.1150 Emma Oaks Trl
The Museum of Seminole County History highlights Seminole County, the historical gateway to interior Central Florida. The area has gone through periods of great importance militarily and as the area’s transportation hub, A pole barn houses two tractors and other agricultural equipment and more recently as an agricultural leader. The main building is the original “Old Folks Home”. This one-of-a-kind building has become an endearing part of the history of Seminole County. It was constructed in 1926 when the county was only 12 years old to serve as living quarters for those people who were in need of a place to stay or had no one to care for them. In June of 1999, the Museum was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Exhibits, artifacts, maps, documents, photographs and special events all tell the stories of Seminole County’s inhabitants, their lives, lineages and local legends. Join us for an engaging tour through the past that includes: Native American Indian artifacts Early Forts and Settlements The development of railroads and steamship transportation Agriculture and industries of the region 19th and 20th Century Decorative Arts Life in Seminole County towns in the 1800s and 1900s The Old Folks Home (built in 1926) Research materials and maps Traveling Exhibits Seminole County Historical Society300 Eslinger Way