What to do in Ocala
Of course, there’s more to do in Ocala than we’ve featured here, including great restaurants in Downtown Ocala on the Square, wine tastings, and nightly music. Check with the concierge at the WEC hotel for more information, or visit “Things to Do in Ocala”.
Enjoy a guided Insider’s Tour of Ocala’s working farms, and discover why Marion County is the “Horse Capital of the World”. Go behind the scenes of working farms, venues that get you up-close and personal with equine athletes and professionals.
One of America’s newest breeds, the Gypsy Vanner Horse foundation farm is right here in Ocala and is the #1 TripAdvisor thing to do in Ocala! Hear the history of its discovery and arrival on our shores and see and touch these unique horses on a walking tour.
Ever wanted to just escape? Here’s your chance! Ocala’s Premier Escape Room Experience! You have 60 minutes to escape from an immersive room where you’ll take part in the story of your choosing. Just let us know if you go so we can come break you out and get you back in time for your classes.
If you’ve always wanted to fly through the air with the greatest of ease, here’s your chance! Canyons Zip Line & Canopy Tours offers Florida’s only true canopy tour, with two spectacular canyons and four lakes. An amazing zip line adventure!
On Monday, October 25th, Deborah Butler is hosting a “Welcome Dinner Party” at CF Vintage Farm. The dinner will be held from 6PM to 8PM, barn casual attire, and will be catered by Blue Water Bay. CF Vintage Farm is located at 4020 SE 3rd Avenue, Ocala, Florida 34480.
The Appleton Museum’s permanent collections of approximately 18,000 objects include European, American, Asian, African, Contemporary and pre-Columbian art and artifacts, and a series of temporary traveling exhibitions are presented throughout the year. The museum is also building a collection of works of Florida artists which relates directly to the history and cultural heritage of the Central Florida community.
Did you know that the original Tarzan movies were filmed right here in Ocala at Silver Springs State Park? One of Ocala’s best known gems, this is truly “old Florida” in it’s natural beauty. Walk it, kayak it, canoe it—see where they filmed Sea Hunt and take a ride on the historic glass bottom boats!
Why settle for ordinary when you can do something Axe-traordinary? How about a little axe throwing? No experience is needed, and they say that they will help you bring out your inner Bad-Axe.