When you're driving down Highway 192 in Kissimmee, you're sure to spot the giant Ferris wheel, the iconic entrance to Old Town! Beyond this classic ride is a walking district containing a unique collection of shops, dining options and family-friendly amusements.
If you speak to a car enthusiast about a visit to Central Florida, they'll most likely direct you to visit Old Town to see the weekly classic car cruises. The brick streets come alive for the Saturday Nite Cruise, where people line the sidewalks to admire the parade of pre-1975 hot rods, street rods, and antiques. Live music sets a tone for the cruise down memory lane with oldies bands appearing on Old Town's main stage.
In addition, Friday nights are home to the All American Muscle Car Cruise featuring show-quality American "muscle cars" and classics from 1988 and older.
But the cruises aren't the only fun found here, as any day of the week is sure to please as you explore this slice of Americana, discovering kid-friendly rides, go-karts, a haunted house, themed restaurants, an arcade and a mix of shopping that is sure to deliver a variety of souvenirs to take back home.
For a thrill, take on Old Town's AMPventure Experience, a state-of-the-art adventure course with a four-story ropes challenge course, a zipline and a 35-foot rock climbing wall. Those truly brave can't miss out on the Old Town Slingshot, hurdling riders high into the sky above Kissimmee and Highway 192!
Looking for night life? Check out our 10 restaurants with a wide variety of cuisines, where friendly bartenders and fun music await.
In addition to the weekly cruises, Old Town also hosts a variety of themed, seasonal events throughout the year, celebrating the music of a bygone decade to holidays to Corvettes! Be sure and visit their website to see what is happening when you're experiencing Kissimmee.
As you search for fun places to go when you're not visiting Orlando's theme parks, Old Town is a can't miss, located near the many accommodation options in Kissimmee.
Join one mother as she relives her childhood through the eyes of her kids at Old Town.