As of May 2015, Orlando has a number of museums and parks that have free admission. Other free activities include free wine tastings, a giant flea market and annual festivals and events.Continue Reading
Museums with free admission include the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art, the Zora Neale Hurston National Museum of Fine Arts and the Winter Park Historical Museum. The Cornell Fine Arts Museum offers free admission with a student ID. Free art galleries include the CityArts Factory and the Grand Bohemian Gallery. Donations may be requested, and free admission hours may be limited at some locations.
Parks that always have free admission include the Kraft Azalea Gardens, the University of Central Florida's Arboretum, Lake Eola Park and Fort Christmas Historical Park. Harry P. Leu Gardens has free admission on the first Monday of every month.
Disney has two free events in the area. The Fort Wilderness Resort holds a free campfire sing-a-long and movie screening nightly. The Disney Boardwalk also has free entertainment in the evenings, including comedians and music. The LEGO Imagination Center at the Disney Marketplace is also free and has a large play area for kids.
The largest flea market in the United States, FleaWorld, is just north of Orlando and has free admission.Learn more about The South