What is open in Orlando FL during the coronavirus?

Unfortunately, not even the great weather in Orlando, Fl, could stop the coronavirus from descending upon the city. For much of the year, people have experienced different rules, or quarantines, or business closures depending on where they are living. Because it can feel a bit complicated at times, we have put together a list of a few businesses in the area, to help give you some idea as to what is open in Orlando, FL, during the coronavirus.

  1. DISNEY SPRINGS

It may come as a surprise but Disney Springs is still open to all! Disney Springs is an outdoor entertainment, shopping, and dining complex within the grounds of Walt Disney World, and while the opening of Walt Disney World has been muddled, to say the least during this time, it’s business as usual for Disney Springs. If you visit, remember you will need to wear a face mask at all times, social distance, and expect capacity limits.

  1. CHOCOLATE KINGDOM

This factory adventure tour takes you through an interactive journey of the beginnings of a chocolate bean right up through the chocolate-making process. Here you will learn about everything that is involved to make chocolate look and taste the way it does, as well as how they produce different colors and flavors. Tours need to be booked in advance at their website, and you need to wear masks, but you will still have a great chocolatey experience.

  1. TREETOP TREK

Zipline through the trees just like Tarzan! Because Orlando is a tourist city, a lot of the businesses open during this time are part of the tourist or entertainment industry, not that we’re complaining! Overcome the obstacles in the treetops and swing your way through to the end.

  1. MADAME TUSSAUDS ORLANDO

Hang out with some of the most famous celebrities in the world for the day (or at least a wax figure anyway), and have photos with all your favorites! Book tickets beforehand online, and be sure to check with them what specifics restrictions they have in place for the day you visit.

  1. RESTAURANTS

You have most probably found yourself cooking most nights during the last few months, with so many restaurants closing it became harder to be able to have a regular meal out, or even in some cases get delivery. Fortunately, a fair amount of restaurants in Orlando have been allowed to now open during the coronavirus, and offer dine-in, takeout, or delivery – you will have to call the restaurant to see what restrictions they have in place. Here are a few of the best restaurants in the area so you can have a night away from the kitchen.

  • Kadence
  • Kres Chophouse
  • Border Grill Fresh-Mex
  • Mrs Potato Restaurant
  • Fresco Cucina Italiana
  • Santiago’s Bodega
  • Domu
  • Black Rooster Taqueria
  • Sticky Rice
  • Café Tu Tu Tango

As you can see, there are still a number of businesses open in the city, and this is just a few of our top choices, there are plenty more on top of this. If you have any doubts about what rules or business regulations then head to your city’s website where you can get more information and contact numbers.

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