Pop music artist Austin Mahone has been immortalized in wax for Madame Tussauds Orlando at I-Drive 360.
The singer-songwriter met with Madame Tussauds artists earlier this year, where they took more than 300 measurements of his head and body to create his figure. Mahone worked closely with artists to finalize the figure’s pose that best reflected his look. The figure is even wearing a replica of the silver bracelet Mahone’s mother made him.
Shake Shack will open its second Central Florida location on Wednesday, August 19th at Orlando’s I-Drive 360 complex. Mayor Teresa Jacobs will be on hand for the ribbon cutting at 11am.
In addition to all of the classic Shake Shack menu items, like burgers (100% all-natural, antibiotic-free), hot dogs, fries, and frozen custard, the I-Drive Shake Shack will feature two-location specific frozen custard concretes for customers to enjoy:
If you’ve always wanted a photo with the Beatles, then you’ll want to get to Madame Tussauds Orlando.
Starting July 30, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison will be in residence…or at least their wax figures will be. The figures of the Fab Four are set in a pose that pays tribute to the 1969 Abbey Road album cover, which captured all four members walking on a zebra crossing outside of Abbey Road Studios.
The Orlando Eye and I-Drive 360 are hosting their first annual Independence Day celebration with special free events on the courtyard of the new dining and entertainment complex July 3-5, 2015.
Starting at 10am each day , enjoy live entertainment and family-friendly activities throughout the courtyard. Then at 9pm each evening, enjoy a 20-minute patriotic lighting show on The Orlando Eye, where more than 64,000 LEDs will be illuminated in red, white and blue.
We have word the much-anticipated Tapa Toro restaurant will open at I-Drive 360 to serve authentic Spanish cuisine to Orlando on Monday, June 29.
Tapa Toro will pay tribute to classic and contemporary Spanish cuisine with a tapas menu, which will make use of imported signatures like chorizo and sherry, as well as local produce and organic proteins.
Music, film and television star Ross Lynch was in town on Thursday, May 21, to unveil his new wax figure at Madame Tussauds Orlando at I-Drive 360.
Lynch made his acting debut on the Disney Channel’s Austin & Ally, and plays Brady in the network’s Teen Beach Movie and it’s upcoming sequel. If that’s not enough, he’s a member of pop rock band R5, which includes three of his siblings.
Everybody likes hanging out with celebrities and snapping selfies, and at the newly opened Madame Tussauds Orlando, it’s almost like the real thing.
Madame Tussauds features detailed and lifelike wax figures of major celebrities, sports stars, musicians, historical figures, and more. But these figures aren’t trapped behind glass, they’re out in the open for you to get up-close with for all the photos you want.
In a city full of attractions and theme parks, one thing Orlando has been lacking is a quality aquarium. With the opening this week of SEA LIFE Aquarium, that is no longer the case.
We had the chance to check it out during a recent media preview, and we thoroughly enjoyed it.
Upon entering SEA LIFE, you pass a photo op area. Photos taken here will later be digitized into CGI settings like being underwater with fish, then ready for purchase at the end of the attraction. You then enter a cute round theater, with a video running on the ceiling.