Walt Disney World Resort :
The Walt Disney World Resort, informally known as Walt Disney World or simply Disney World, is an entertainment complex in Bay Lake, Florida, near Kissimmee and Orlando and is the flagship of Disney’s worldwide corporate empire.
Universal Studios Orlando :
The Universal Orlando Resort, commonly known as Universal Orlando, is a theme park resort in Orlando, Florida. It is wholly owned by NBC Universal and its affiliates. Universal Orlando is the largest property operated by Universal Parks & Resorts, is the largest resort in Orlando, Florida, and is the second-largest resort in Greater Orlando after Walt Disney World.
Universal Orlando consists of two theme parks (Universal Studios Florida and Islands of Adventure), a night-time entertainment complex (Universal CityWalk Orlando), and four Loews Hotels (Loews Portofino Bay Hotel, Hard Rock Hotel, Loews Royal Pacific Resort, Cabana Bay Beach Resort).
SeaWorld Adventure Park :
The game puts the player in the position of managing SeaWorld parks from a 2.5D (isometric) perspective. (The San Diego, San Antonio, and Orlando parks.) It features two different modes of play. One is a mode where the player must complete certain tasks in the park (often pre-built) before moving on. The second is a sandbox mode where the player starts building their own park out of the given barren land and a certain budget. In this mode, there are no limitations to what a player can and cannot do within the park grounds.
Orange County Convention Center :
The Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) is the primary public convention center for the Central Florida region. The center currently ranks as the second largest convention center in the United States (the first is McCormick Place in Chicago). The OCCC offers 7,000,000 ft2(650,000 m2) of total space 2,100,000 ft2 (200,000 m2) of which is exhibit space. The large complex is located on the south end of International Drive, a major tourist area in Orlando, Florida. Solar panels on the roof of the South Concourse provide 1 MW of power. On April 18, 2012 the American Institute of Architects’s Florida Chapter placed the building on its list of Florida Architecture.