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400 E Church St #200, Orlando
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From its signature spire and modern architecture to its public spaces and comfortable amenities, the Amway Center is an iconic destination to Central Florida and beyond. With an ultimate capacity of more than 20,000 seats, the arena was designed to respond to its distinct urban setting while revealing the activities occurring within. The Amway Center features a modern mix of metal and glass exterior materials and the spire serves as a beacon amid Orlando’s vibrant downtown.
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401 W Livingston St, Orlando
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This fully functional theatre/concert hall features continental style seating for 2518. It's excellent acoustics and sound capabilities make it ideal for concerts, Broadway presentations, the Symphony, Ballet and Opera as well as a business conference or general session. Located in the heart of the Orlando Venues in downtown Orlando.
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1 Citrus Bowl Pl, Orlando
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As the largest of the Orlando Venues, the Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium has always been a great asset to the citizens of Orlando. Not only does it seat over 70,000 patrons, but it also attracts the national spotlight due to the caliber of bowl games and legendary performers who have played there.
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445 S Magnolia Ave, Orlando
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The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts is a performing arts center in Downtown Orlando, Florida, United States. It replaced the Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre, originally opened as the Orlando Municipal Auditorium in 1927.
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1920 N Forest Ave, Orlando
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Explore an amazing 50-acre botanical oasis minutes from downtown Orlando. Each garden is designed specifically to further our mission: inspire visitors to appreciate and understand plants. The Leu House Museum located in the heart of the gardens reveals turn-of-the century living for the families who once called this home.
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445 N Park Ave, Winter Park
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The Morse Museum houses the world’s most comprehensive collection of works by Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848–1933), including the artist and designer’s jewelry, pottery, paintings, art glass, leaded-glass lamps and windows; his chapel interior from the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago; and art and architectural objects from his Long Island country estate, Laurelton Hall. The Museum’s holdings also include American art pottery, late 19th and early 20th century American painting, graphics, decorative art.
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655 W Church St, Orlando
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Orlando City's downtown stadium is a 100% privately funded project and home to Orlando City, Orlando Pride, and OCB. The site is two blocks from the Amway Center, within walking distance of the downtown bar district, one of the best locations of any soccer stadium in the country! The stadium has been designed with the intention of creating the loudest and most intimidating atmosphere in Major League Soccer, with North America's only safe-standing supporter section and a low slanted roofline to amplify crowd noise
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9800 International Dr, Orlando
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Owned and operated by Orange County Government and located in the heart of the area's tourism district, the Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) serves as the perfect event destination. Whether you are visiting us as a planner, an exhibitor, an attendee or a member of the community, the OCCC is committed to making your experience with us a success. Come and find out for yourself why we are known as "The Center of Hospitality"!!
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9400 Universal Blvd, Orlando
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65 E Central Blvd, Orlando
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The current Orange County Regional History Center showcases the vast collections of the Historical Society of Central Florida, Inc. The museum features three floors of permanent exhibitions and also presents nationally important limited-run exhibitions. In 2006, the museum was accepted as an Affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution and was accredited by the American Association of Museums, the highest honor a museum can receive.
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2416 N Mills Ave, Orlando
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Founded in 1924, the Orlando Museum of Art is a 501(c)(3) educational institution whose mission reflects the continued growth of Florida, ardent community support for the arts and the OMA’s role as a leading cultural institution in the region. The Museum has dedicated itself to collecting, preserving and interpreting notable works of art; to presenting exhibitions of local, regional, national and international significance; to developing first-rate educational programs; and to presenting creative and inclusive programs to reach every segment of a diverse community.
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777 E Princeton St, Orlando
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Orlando Science Center is a must for your “things to do in Orlando” list. With four floors of exciting exhibits, amazing giant screen movies and engaging live programming, the Science Center is the perfect family destination. We're also the ideal rainy day activity - fun for your entire family and completely indoors!
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287 S Tampa Ave, Orlando
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Originally constructed in 1923, Tinker Field is the most historic of all the Orlando Venues entertainment and sports venues. Tinker Field has seen a lot of baseball played on its turf, including stints as home field for minor league teams. Tinker Field serves as a testament to Orlando’s rich and illustrious sports and entertainment history.
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400 W Livingston St, Orlando
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The University of Central Florida Center for Emerging Media (CEM) is located in downtown Orlando and is home to a diverse group of teachers, learners and industry professionals collaborating in a creative environment that emphasizes high-production values, cutting-edge technologies and time-tested production techniques.