ICON Park Orlando is a 417 acre entertainment complex located in the heart of central Florida. The park has been opened since April 2002 and has more than 67 rides and attractions including nine roller coasters. In July of 2006, an additional 45 acres were added to the park. In addition, you’ll now find a waterpark and hotel. There are also other hotels within a 5 mile radius of the ICON Park.
Restaurants at ICON Park Orlando
Icon Park is home to some of the best restaurants in Orlando and includes. There is Ole Red Orlando, Yard House, Gordon Ramsay Fish and Chips, Sloppy Joes Orlando and Tapa Toro Spanish Restaurant. You also find the Tin Roof, Shake Shack and the famous Sugar Factory (Opened by Kylie Jenner).
- Icafe de Paris
- Outback Steakhouse
- Carraba’s Italian Grill
- Uncle Juilo’s Mexican Restaurant
- Buffalo Wild WIngs
- ILounge Istanbul
- The Wheel at Icon Park (One of Florida’s most identifiable landmarks)
- Madame Tussauds Wax Museum
- Sealife Aquarium
- Orlando Starflyer
- Museum of Illusions
- In the game/ 7D Motion Theater
- Pearl Express Train
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The Wheel Orlando
This giant wheel is very much a landmark in Orlando, towering above the area with stunning views of Universal Studios and the amazing Volcano Bay Orlando. This is certainly no ordinary Ferris wheel as it is over 400 feet tall. From the very top you will have excellent views of Seaworld, Discovery Cove and in the distance you will of course see Walt Disney World.
There are some fabulous deals on offer at the moment but generally, expect to pay around $45 for a double play pass (good for two main attractions) and $55 for a triple play (three attactions).
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