ICON Park (formerly known as I 360 Drive) is Orlando’s newest entertainment destination.
ICON Park is home to the ” The Wheel (formerly known as the Orlando Eye), Madame Tussauds, SEA LIFE Aquarium, Starflyer and the Skeletons: Animals Unveiled Museum. Partake in shopping, dining, and bars from the many restaurants and retail shops that are centered in an open courtyard atmosphere. Free parking is available.
The Wheel is a 400 ft observatory wheel with grand views to 360 degrees. On a clear day, you will be able to see the Kennedy Space Center Complex located about 50 miles away. view all the major theme parks as well as downtown Orlando.
This world famous celebrity-themed wax museum is well worth the price to visit. Take pictures of your family with President Lincoln, Michael Jackson or Sheldon (Jim Parsons). It is a fun place to visit.
SEA LIFE Aquarium
SEA LIFE Aquarium has a large variety of aquatic species from all over the world. The unassuming entrance belies the scope of the amazing exhibits inside, including the 360 ocean tunnel. Go see for yourself.
Orlando’s newest and tallest ride is now open. Tim Tracker chronicles his ride on the new thrill ride. Not for the faint of heart!!
This museum is a favorite for our family. This privately owned collection of animal skeletons is a must see and it is educational to boot. See our full blog post on the left for more details.
Restaurants, Clubs, and Shopping
The area has a large variety of restaurants, clubs, and shopping to round out your day.
- Outback Steakhouse,
- Carrabbas’ Italian Grill
- Yard House
- Buffalo Wild Wings
- Shake Shack
- Tapa Toro
- Lisbon Portuguese Restaurant
- Paramount Mediterranean Cuisine
- Kotai Sushi
- Sugar Factory
- Ben & Jerry’s
- ICafe de Paris
- Food Court in Terminal Building
- Tin Roof
- Cowgirls Rockbar
- Flip Flop shop
- Caleoni Sunglasses
- 360 Gifts
In May of 2019, it was announced that two new rides will open in 2020. The first is The Orlando Slingshot will be the tallest slingshot in the world at 300 ft. The second attraction is the Orlando Gyro Drop Tower. This ride will have an intense climb up 400 ft before free-falling back to Earth at speeds up to 75 mph.
For more information visit the ICON Park Website