Orlando's three big tourist attractions make summer timeshare holidays even more fun

Three new attractions – The Orlando Eye, Madame Tussauds and SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium – have opened at I-Drive 360, an exciting new dining and entertainment destination on International Drive in Orlando.

Timeshare owners taking the family for a week or two to Florida’s sunny shores can now enjoy the three totally different attractions, all at the very same destination.

First up is the spectacular, 400-feet high Orlando Eye – the tallest observation wheel on the east coast of America. Similar to London’s famous “Eye”, it’s breathtaking, with wide-open views from the air-conditioned glass capsules.

Once inside your “bubble”, you’ll get an eagle eye view of Orlando’s nearby theme parks and attractions, its downtown skyline, lakes and lush landscape, and on a very clear day you can see all the way across to Cape Canaveral on Florida’s East Coast.

Second on the list is Madame Tussauds Orlando. Florida’s version of London’s most famous wax museum is showcasing its own collection of brilliantly-crafted wax celebrities, from American comid Jimmy Fallon to pop princesses Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez, music star Ricky Martin and more.

Last but not least, Sea Life fans will love SEA LIFE Orlando’s aquarium where you can take yourself on a new wave of underwater adventures with beautiful displays of colorful fish, sharks, jellies, sea horses, rays, sea turtles and more.

There’s enough for a whole day of discovery, from winding tunnels to floor-to-ceiling aquariums and you’ll get to see around 5,000 sea animals from an array of global habitats representing the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans.

If you visit the Orlando aquarium you’ll also have the option of exploring Florida’s freshwater lakes and ponds, extending to the Everglades. Importantly, the aquarium has fascinating interactive and educational programmes in place so that youngsters can learn more about marine life and why it’s so important to conserve our oceans.

Find out more about these three special attractions at OfficialOrlandoEye.com, Madame Tussauds.com/Orlando or VisitSeaLife.com/Orlando 

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