Call them before you go to see if they are open (they are closed during rocket launches.) If you are going to - Hot air balloon flights.
Typically they offer: sunrise flights, champagne breakfasts, hotel pickups, first flight certificates, FAA certified pilots, insurance, and photo opportunities. - Orange City - (904)775-3663 - See endangered manatees (November to March, when it's cold outside [call them to see if the manatees are there]) which can be literally at arms length from you near some beautiful springs (the water remains 72 degrees year-round).
There is an exhibit hall and next to it is a real launch control block house with giant blast doors.
Florida cops don't give tickets; they give warnings.location - Travel at speeds up to 45 mph after idling down a natural canal in search of birds, turtles and alligators. - Lake Wales - (863)676-1408 - A 157 acre garden/park on the highest point found on the Florida peninsula, which includes a 57 bell carillon. This zoo is not a super-zoo like the San Diego or Bronx Zoos, but as zoos go, it holds its own.Live performances on the carillon are performed occassionally (check their schedule). We took notice of how close the primate cages were to the public.The idea of indulging after a job well done works for all ages.At Kumon, kids get “money” to spend on prizes if they answer practice questions correctly.