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New Experiences Beyond Orlando’s Theme Parks in 2022

Added: Jan 25, 2022
Category: Things to Do

Have you heard the news? Orlando is set to welcome an amazing array of wondrous experiences in 2022, including a brand-new theme park, an acoustically perfect theater, fresh dining options, and a hotly anticipated theme park hotel property that will transport you to a galaxy far, far away — among other wonders you won’t want to miss. Check out our guide to the newest reasons to visit Orlando and make plans now to experience it all for yourself!

Steinmetz Hall
This long-awaited aural wonder is set to open at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in the heart of downtown Orlando on Jan. 14, 2022. The facility has earned an N1 sound rating — the lowest level at which humans can detect sound — which means you’ll be able to hear performances like never before … literally! Steinmetz Hall is opening with a two-week Grand Celebration featuring performances by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, superstars such as Jennifer Hudson and Lyle Lovett, and the best Orlando’s performing arts scene has to offer, with much more on tap for 2022 and beyond.

Orlando Slingshot & Orlando Free Fall
These sister attractions set world records when they debuted at ICON Park® on International Drive in December 2021. First, the dual-tower Orlando Slingshot will launch you and another rider out of an “exploding volcano” straight up into the sky, where you’ll reach speeds of 100 mph. It also stands at 300 feet, making it the world’s tallest slingshot attraction. Similarly, the Orlando Free Fall is the world’s tallest free-standing drop tower at 430 feet.

Cirque du Soleil — Drawn to Life
New at Disney Springs® at Walt Disney World® Resort, Cirque du Soleil — Drawn to Life presents a combination of Disney animation and awe-inspiring performances, including 10 unique acrobatic acts. What’s more, it’s the first-ever collaboration between Cirque du Soleil and Disney!

Gateway: The Deep Space Launch Complex
Coming to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in March 2022, this 50,000-square-foot, multi-level attraction will feature a showcase of NASA and commercial spacecraft hardware with immersive displays, as well as a “journey” through space, unique launch viewing opportunities and more. Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is on Florida’s east coast, about an hour from our main tourism districts.

Also known as “Art Squared,” this urban park is coming to downtown Orlando in spring 2022. Utilizing a 2-story shipping container structure, the park will incorporate a cafe, art gallery, stage, seating, digital video walls and a gift shop, as well as an artificial turf courtyard, a concrete patio, picnic tables, hammocks, and two food truck spaces.

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