What’s open in Orlando: Everything you can visit amid the coronavirus pandemic

Small attractions begin to open

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ORLANDO, Fla. – Even with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic having an effect on Central Florida, some formerly bustling tourist attractions and hot spots are slowly beginning to reopen.

Granted, guests can expect added safety precautions and social distancing measures wherever they go, in addition to reduced capacity and, in some cases, shortened hours.

Disney Springs, City Walk and Icon Park are among a few of the places where residents can visit once again, but since the state as a whole is taking a phased approach, they won’t be operating like they were pre-pandemic.

Of course, not everything is open just yet, which is why we’ll update this story as more locations start to open their doors.

Check out the list below of things open in Central Florida:

Treetop Trek: The Brevard County zipline park is open with reduced hours. Guests will need to purchase a timed-entry ticket in advance and wear a mask when they arrive. Read more here.

Leu Gardens: Not only has this Audubon Park botanical gardens remained open, it’s also been free for the past few weeks. Guests can walk through the flowers and trees from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Read more here.

Topgolf Orlando: Topgolf is open with some new changes. Employees will wear masks, gloves and need to pass health screenings. Dividers have been installed between bays and the area will be disinfected after every group. Read more here.


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