For those of who you actually have the energy after a day at the parks and simply can't call it quits, Orlando has plenty of after-dark venues suitable for a night out on the town. That said, even if you're Orlando veterans and not first-timers (the ones most likely to overdo it), if you try to go-go-go from morning until night, you will be completely exhausted after only a few days and will end up needing a vacation after your vacation.

The success of Universal's CityWalk, a district filled with a variety of clubs, shops, and themed restaurants, shows that many visitors have the pizzazz to withstand life after a day of schlepping around the House of Mouse. But don't think Disney Springs is hurting for business—its shops and restaurants are typically filled to capacity.

The Orlando Weekly is a free magazine found in red boxes throughout Central Florida. It highlights more offbeat performances. You can see it online at Another good source on the Internet is, operated by the Orlando/Orange County Convention & Visitors Bureau.

First-Run Films

Orlando has a number of movie multiplexes in the mainstream tourist areas. Most offer discounted tickets for children under 12 and discounted matinees; some also offer discounts to students and seniors (bring ID).

Some of the top draws include AMC DINE-IN Disney Springs 24, at Disney Springs' West Side (407/827-1308); Studio Movie Grill - Sunset Walk, on US 192 southwest of Disney (321/333-4450), Cinemark Orlando and XD, on North International Drive (407/352-1042;; Regal Pointe Orlando, at Pointe Orlando on International Drive (844/462-7342;, which also sports an IMAX screen; and Universal Cinemark at Universal CityWalk Orlando, at CityWalk (407/354-3374;

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.