Comfort Inn & Suites Maingate South
4095 Hotel Drive
Davenport, FL 33897
Phone: (863) 353-4510
Fax: (863) 353-4511
4095 Hotel Drive , Davenport, FL, US, 33897
- Phone: (863) 353-4510
- Fax: (863) 353-4511
Arts & Museums
Join a handsome prince and his pet dragon on their journey through Chocolate Kingdom. Bring your kids to experience this extremely fun and educational tour that includes a trip through a Cacao Tree Greenhouse, a Chocolate Museum and a Chocolate river and factory. The youngsters will surely be delighted by the interactive tour and they'll even be able to create their own chocolate bar!
Dedicated to preserving and exhibiting the history of Osceola County, this museum contains numerous pioneer artifacts, as well as a pristine eight acre nature preserve and a large picnic pavilion. You'll also find an 1898 "Cracker House," a 1900 general store, and a sugar cane mill on site.
Come witness some of the most thrilling military aircrafts in history which are sure to give you an experience of a lifetime. The Kissimmee Air Museum, set up in the year 2007 in Kissimmee Gateway Airport in Florida, houses aircrafts from the era of World War II to that of the Vietnam War. The museum is where restoration of vintage models took place after the year 2004 when Hurricane Charley happened. It has an impressive fleet owned by the Warbird Adventures, Inc. which are also acquired by loan from individuals and organisations. So if you want an aerobatic adventure, go visit the Kissimmee Air Museum where experienced instructors will teach you the art of flying these vintage pieces of history.
A unique display of war time & veteran memorabilia dating from the Civil War including uniforms, unit badges, scale models, equipment, photos and memorials.
One of the best state facilities in the nation, this hall of fame and museum features over 40 exhibits relating to Florida sports history on virtually every aspect of sports available in Florida. Memorabilia from members such as Arnold Palmer, Chris Evert, Steve Spurrier, and Ted Williams are also on display and the museum features a large gift shop and a 50 seat theater. Guided tours are available.
The Old Dundee ACL Railroad Depot is a historic landmark housing a museum that showcases the heritage of the local railroad. It displays original memorabilia and historical artifacts that offer a glimpse of the local history. The museum is free of cost, but is open for limited hours. Built in 1912, the building is featured on the National Register of Historic Places.
WonderWorks bills itself as a museum “where science has gone crazy.” This attraction will amuse both children and adults and they can pick up some quirky scientific information along the way. This bright, upside-down establishment offers more than 100 hands-on exhibits, including the Bridge of Fire walk-through (which simulates the power of 250,000 watts of electricity), a Mystery Lab and the Earthquake Experience simulation room. Visit for a quirky and educational experience.
Ripley's operates 35 oddity museums worldwide, and the experience of visiting one is a bit like devouring a pint of ice cream; you know it's not really good for you, but boy is it fun! The Orlando collection is housed in a Bavarian-style building, deliberately dis-proportioned to look like part of it has disappeared into one of Florida's infamous sinkholes. Inside, you'll find such oddities as a statue of a 1,069-pound man, torture devices from the Spanish Inquisition and a replica of a 1907 Rolls Royce built from more than a million matchsticks. Check website for further details.
Titanic The Experience is located in the heart of the city on International Drive and offers its visitors a look back at the famous doomed ship. It has the only “full-scale” Titanic room recreations found anywhere, including the Grand Staircase, First Class Parlor Suite, Boilers and Promenade Deck, offering visitors the same cold temperatures felt so many years ago that fateful evening. Titanic The Experience also features more than 200 artifacts, an underwater display, and significant items from both the ship as well as the epic movie about it. You can explore the exhibit thoroughly on an hour-long tour that is available every hour that includes period costumed performers, who represent the well-known passengers.