5 Tips to enjoy I-Drive 360
May 1, 2015
1- Buy combined tickets! If you plan on going to more than one attraction at I-Drive 360, buy the combination tickets that end up being much cheaper than buying separate tickets. The ticket for each attraction is $25 for each adult, so you would spend $75 to go to The Orlando Eye, Madame Tussauds and Sea Life Aquarium if bought separately. But with the combination tickets you can buy all three tickets online for just $35! Can you say HUGE savings? You’re welcome.
2- If you are trying to decide which pick-two ticket to get, here are a few things to consider:
- The Orlando Eye only lasts about 20 minutes and the whole experience will depend on the weather. I would only suggest going if the day is clear and sunny! If it’s raining, pick the other two attractions!
- The Sea Life Aquarium is great for kids, but if you have been, or plan to visit Sea World, you probably won’t find it to be anything too spectacular. Now, if you are a sea life enthusiast and can spend hours admiring an aquarium, you will love this place!
- Madame Tussauds has plenty of picture opportunities and you can truly spend quite some time in the museum if you want to take pictures with all the wax figures. If it’s a rainy day for example, you can really kill some time hanging out with your favorite celebrities!
3- Try to time your visit to the Orlando Eye with the sunset. Phone apps or a simple Google search will tell you the exact time for sunset, so just ask the attraction attendant for the estimated time for the line to ride, and do the math! The ride is about 20 minutes, so if you’re lucky you’ll even get to see the city light up! It’s pretty amazing if you ask me!
4- At Madame Tussauds you can’t miss taking a picture riding the bike with E.T. in the basket! They even have the red jacket for you to put on and get into character! It was by far the coolest picture set.
5- At Sea Life Aquarium there’s a small petting area at the end that you might overlook if the aquarium if too packed. You can touch starfishes, crabs and a few other small sea creatures. The only rule is to use only one or two fingers while petting them and avoid using flash when taking pictures!