1. Go up, up, up for the time of your life
Orlando Balloon Rides depart every day, when the weather is cooperating, of course. Depending on the conditions on the particular day you decide to book your balloon ride, it’ll last between 45 minutes and an hour and a half. They can cruise just above the trees or soar thousands of feet! No matter how high they go, or how long you’re up there, you can expect to get a truly unique, romantic view of the theme parks, beautiful Florida wilderness, orange groves, and more!
2. Truffles & Trifles
This is a true foodie dream come true. Truffles & Trifles has been operating for more than 30 years and offers unique, romantic cooking classes with themes including Caribbean, gluten-free, and desserts and wines. Just remember that these classes fill up fast! You’ll pay $135 for both of you, which includes your food. You can bring your own wine for a delicious treat.
3. The Orlando Eye
One of Orlando’s newest attractions, the Orlando Eye, is taller than the statue of liberty. Located in the I-4 corridor, you’ll enjoy a trip up in a climate-controlled capsule where you can see the entirety of Florida’s Atlantic coast. Each capsule can hold up to 15 people and the entire ride takes about a half an hour. However, you can also book a private capsule for your special anniversary date.
4. Step back in time at The Courtesy
For couples who love nothing more than a good cocktail, The Courtesy has much to offer. There you can enjoy a night themed around Prohibition. With incredible hand-crafted cocktails, homespun punch, and tons of draft beers, well drinks, and wine, there’s something here for everyone. They also have cocktail classes twice a month that give couples the chance to learn the history of various drinks while they learn the art of creating them.
5. Disney fireworks
Don’t overlook one of the most time-honored romantic traditions in Orlando – the Disney World fireworks. There are incredible fireworks displays every night of the year – weather permitting. Be sure to snag a spot early as it can get quite crowded during peak times. It’s well worth the wait though – you won’t see better fireworks anywhere in the world.