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ART APPRECIATIONFall 21/Winter 22
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and all you have to do is look around. From the colorful to the strange, there is always something to appreciate!
The colorful adventures of Crayola Experience help kids and adults alike explore art and technology, express their creativity and experience color in a whole new way. Create unique works of art and colorful keepsakes throughout the attraction. Let your imagination take flight with their "cut, color and paste" themed projects in the activity studio, paint with watercolors, sculpt colorful creations using Crayola's Model Magic compound, create melted wax spin-art and more.
Experience art like you never have before as you get up close and personal with your favorite celebs at Madame Tussauds. From Marie Tussaud herself, who started Madame Tussauds over 200 years ago, to studio artists who work every day to keep the celebs photo-ready, art is brought to life. Each hand-crafted figure takes a team of 20 skilled artists about 3-6 months to complete! Come visit Madame Tussauds Orlando located in ICON Park and see why they are truly the world’s greatest wax museum.
If you appreciate the arts with a side of weird and unusual, then visit Ripley’s Believe It or Not! where the impossible is possible. Let curiosity be your guide as you explore this amazingly unique attraction.
Get hands on with entertaining interactives and marvel at some of the strangest art in the world. You won’t want to miss the newest galleries: Weird Florida, Ripley’s Travels and The Warehouse. Then make your way back to the Dance Party and meet some of the most interesting “people” from around the world. Stop at the Wax Hands exhibit to create the most unique art-worthy keepsake to take home with you. There is truly something for everyone.
With a strong appreciation of creative art and illusions and over 50 exhibits, Museum of Illusions offers more mind-twisting, eye-tricking fun under one roof than any other edutainment destination in Central Florida. Be sure to roam the mind-blowing expanse of the Infinity Room. Defy the laws of gravity in the Reverse Room. And shrink to miniature size in the Ames Room. Only at, Museum of Illusions.
At the Morse Museum, visitors can find an abundance of artistic beauty. Exhibitions and galleries display many kinds of art whether glass or paintings, metalwork or jewelry. Prolific American designer Louis Comfort Tiffany, widely known for his leaded-glass lamps, sought to explore all art forms and tap into each one for the beauty it respectively offers. Globally renown for housing the world’s most comprehensive collection of Tiffany works, it is in this very tradition that the Morse celebrates and appreciates them all too.