Old Town was built in 1986 and celebrating over 30 years in the Orlando-Kissimmee area. It’s an open-air, walking district featuring shopping, restaurants, family-friendly rides including an 86-foot Ferris Wheel, and a huge array of weekly events
Old Town is situated on 12 acres with over 124,000 SF of leasable retail space. As a favorite Orlando attraction, Old Town offers its customers and retailers a complex filled with specialty stores, unique eateries, rides, and free weekly live entertainment, car shows and family-friendly events
Old Town is located one mile east of I-4 (exit 64) on Hwy 192, and just minutes from Disney, Universal, Seaworld, and International Drive
The Orlando / Kissimmee area welcomes more than 55 million visitors and remains the most visited destination in the U.S.
The tourism industry accounts for more than 370,000 direct industry jobs in Central Florida, making it the region’s largest employer and generates $28.6 billion annually in visitor spending for the Central Florida area
Visitors to Osceola County choose from among more than 50,000 total accommodations, including 24,000 hotel units among luxury resorts, comfortable hotels and motels, suites and villas, as well as 9,800 vacation rental homes, making Kissimmee the national leader in the vacation home rental industry
Orlando International Airport (MCO) and Orlando-Sanford International Airport report passenger traffic at approximately 37 million people per year
Osceola County welcomes approximately 6.5 million overnight guests throughout the year