Touring the Angell & Phelps factory, wine tasting at Lakeridge Winery & Vineyards, and visiting Old Town are some of the free things to do in central Florida. These attractions do not require admission fees and are open to the public several days a week.
Angell & Phelps offers free tours inside the candy factory several times a day from Monday to Saturday. Located on Downtown Daytona Beach, the factory conducts guided tours that last for about 20 minutes. Free candies and chocolate samples are given after the tour. Parking is free behind the building, and visitors can bring in strollers and wheelchairs.
Lakeridge Winery & Vineyards in Clermont, Florida, offers complimentary wine tasting and tours to the public seven days a week from morning until noon. The tours run every 30 minutes and feature a 15-minute video presentation that shows the process of wine making, from growing of the grapes and bottling and labeling of the wine bottles. Both the winery tour and wine tasting take about 45 minutes.
Old Town in Orlando, Florida, is a family-friendly walking district that contains dining and shopping options and amusement rides. Ideal for car enthusiasts, the district holds weekly car shows, live bands and parades on select days of the week and features about 75 specialty shops and eight restaurants. Admission and parking at Old Town Kissimmee are free year-round.