Looking for somewhere to take the kids for them to run around and burn off some energy, but it’s too cold, rainy, windy (insert whatever adjective works here) outside. Well, worry no more. We have put together a list of indoor play places that you can take the kiddos. Shoes are a no-no at most of these places, so make sure you bring socks. Younger Kids Amaya Papaya Amaya Papaya is open play place for your little ones ages 0-5. They have open drop-in to from Monday to Friday. Kids can explore and get creative in the 7 themed...Read More
Author: Orlando Mom
What was life like in 1775? How did people react to the Declaration of Independence? How did medicine, blacksmithing, and clothes-making look in the 18th Century? Want to take a fun family holiday and get the answers to these questions at the same time? Then take a trip to Colonial Williamsburg. Buildings and Trades One of the best parts – in my mind – of Colonial Williamsburg is the ability to see eighteenth century trades being practiced. Which are the best for children? The blacksmith and silversmith are two of them. For kids who like medicine, the apotheocary is...Read More
While there are no leaves to watch change, and there are no brisk autumn winds to cool us down, we do still have a vibrant fall. And throughout the country, fall is celebrated with pumpkins, apples, football, and festivals. So grab your favorite cider cup, and check out these fall happenings around Orlando this season. Scott’s Maze Adventures Open Saturdays and Sundays, Scott’s Maze Adventures features two corn mazes for the kids to get lost in, as well as a tree maze, a rope maze, a mist maze, and a labyrinth … which is just a fancy name for...Read More
Hi and welcome to Orlando Parents. My name is Mikaela and I am the Editor and Founder of the site. When my first child was born, I was looking all over for things to do with her. Quite frankly, it took a lot of time. I wanted to create a site to make it easier for other parents to find things to do with their kids and thus I created Orlando Parents.