The rainy season, along with summer-time oppressive heat will be here soon, but luckily for us, there are plenty of indoor attractions in Orlando to keep us entertained. Possibly, the best part about these inside happy spots is the free air conditioning and no sunscreen required. So add these must-see Orlando attractions to your to-do list.


The new family entertainment center GameTime Ocoee offers indoor amusements with a full-service dining experience. The new attraction in Orlando offers a full day of entertainment and fun for the entire family.  


Andretti Indoor Karting & Games Orlando

Try your hand at race car driving on the world's longest indoor go-cart track with the most elevation changes. There's also arcade games, bowling, laser tag and a lot more that will keep you entertained for hours. Work up an appetite? No problem, there's a full restaurant and bar. Plus, you can party late into the night. Open until midnight, except for Friday and Saturday it's open until 1 a.m. 

Ripley's Believe It Or Not | Orlando

This 10,000 square foot location is even cool from the outside. The building looks like it's falling into a sinkhole. Inside, you'll discover some incredibly weird objects in the rightfully-named odditorium. Objects like a shrunken head, authentic vampire killing kit, and a wild spinning vortex tunnel. There are 16 themed exhibits with more than 600 artifacts in the entire place. That's a lot to look at! It takes about an hour to tour the facility. 

Main Event | Orlando

Challenge your friends to a friendly game of bowling in Orlando, then fight for bragging rights on the shuffleboard court. This indoor gaming center at Pointe Orlando has fun for everyone, including billiards, laser tag, and more than 110 video games. It also has V Play Virtual Reality, the first U.S. free-roam, multi-player virtual reality game. How cool is that? All games are half price from 10 p.m. to close Sunday - Thursday. 

iFLY Indoor Skydiving | Orlando

This indoor attraction in Orlando is for the thrill-seekers. iFLY Orlando gives you the allure of skydiving without actually having to jump out of a plane. The wind tunnel simulates the experience of a free fall so you feel like you're diving through the sky, but instead, you're only a few feet from the ground.  

Madame Tussauds Orlando

Step inside one of the air-conditioned attractions on International Drive and take a selfie with Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez, and Anne Hathaway. So what if they're just wax figures? Use your imagination and pretend you're talking politics with Barack Obama because it just might be the closest you'll ever get to him! The museum has hundreds of wax figures from historical figures to famous athletes and musicians. It's a great place to teach the kids some cool facts about our history-makers. 

Escapology Escape Rooms | Orlando

Escape rooms in Orlando are uber trendy these days, and we can understand why! In search of unique indoor attractions in Orlando? Work on your problem-solving skills to unlatch the keys to the real-life puzzle. Up to six players must find clues, solve puzzles and pick locks in order to escape the room in less than 60 minutes. 

SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium

Located next to Madame Tussauds Orlando at I-Drive 360, this aquarium will transport you into a magical underwater world filled with a dazzling array of creatures! Come face-to-face with sharks in a 360-degree ocean tunnel or get hands-on with turtles at the touch pool. 


This indoor attraction at Pointe Orlando is an amusement park for the mind, featuring more than 100 interactive exhibits on topics like space discovery, natural disasters and light, and sound. The second floor of this topsy tervy indoor attraction in Orlando features laser tag, a ropes course, and a 4D motion theatre. Even from the outside, the place is cool. Just look at that upside down building! 

 Let's all throw the sunscreen aside and check out these Orlando attractions for some fun with family and friends indoors. 

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