Mother’s Day Around Orlando, FL
Orlando. This Floridian capital of entertainment brings millions from around the world to pack its amenities, between empires of amusement parks, charming neighborhoods, and rapid growth. And for all the efforts devoted to events, Orlando does not fail to deliver. If you will be in Central Florida whether as a visitor or as a local, there will be so much to do and see. Read on for some of our favorite ways to celebrate Mother’s day during your visit to Orlando.
From the eccentric interior and innovative menu of the Edison, to the beloved Wolfgang Puck Bar and Grill and Maria and Enzo’s Ristorante and more, Disney Springs is a great and easily accessible destination for not just brunch, tea or dinner, but entertainment for the whole family sure to stretch from the morning into the late night! Those staying in Orlando around the Disney campus will delight in the free transportation to this buzzing center of entertainment, while those staying elsewhere can easily enjoy a day’s worth of shopping, attractions and dining with the free parking. This is a great, accessible option for Mother’s Day sure to satisfy not just Mom, but the whole family.
Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival
For those who have the parks themselves on their travel itinerary while here in Orlando, Epcot should be at the top of the list, offering a stunning variety of restaurants and eateries alongside its beautiful flower beds and gardens. Whether traveling with children or just to treat Mom, visitors of all ages will enjoy the range of shopping, activities and shows at Epcot.
The hotels themselves around Southwestern Orlando are also of great merit when looking at their restaurants alone, boasting a range of cuisines and price ranges as well as their extensive grounds and amenities. We recommend the Grand Floridian for those who want to indulge Mom in Spa Treatments, a grandiose setting, tea and contemporary Southern cuisine.
Harry P Leu Gardens and Lake Eola Park
Downtown Orlando is another hidden gem of the city, farther away from the buzz and glamor of the southwest of the city. Here at Harry P Leu Gardens, families can enjoy the colors and sights of May and the sunshine, amid flower beds in full bloom, while the Lake Eola area is filled with charming streets, unique boutiques and cafes where Mom can shop to her heart’s content. This is also a great place to browse for a one-of-a-kind gift for Mom, and all in a relatively compact and navigable area of Orlando!
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