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The total driving distance from Atlanta, GA to Orlando, FL is 438 miles or 705 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Atlanta, Georgia. It ends in Orlando, Florida.
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Going from Atlanta to Orlando? Besides Disney World theme parks, Universal Studios ranks among the top 10 theme parks in Orlando.
Universal Studios Orlando is divided into two theme parks – Universal Studios and Universal’s Islands of Adventure. You’ll need a full day to enjoy each of these parks.
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter has the largest crowds at the theme park. The park recommends a visit early in the day to avoid long lines. Some of the other attractions include Men in Black Alien Attack, The Simpson Ride, Transformers: The 3D Ride, Terminator 2: 3-D, E.T. Adventure, Lucy- A Tribute and Curious George Goes to Town.
If you are looking for free things to do in Orlando, head over to Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort for a camp out and roast marshmallows with Disney’s Chip n’ Dale at 7:30 p.m. Activities for the night include a sing-a-long around campfire and viewing of a Disney movie. Enjoy live music, dining and shopping at Disney Downtown and Disney’s Boardwalk.
Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art, Cornell Fine Arts Museum and Grand Bohemian Gallery are some of the places you can visit for free.
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