Old Town (amusement Park)
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Old Town Amusement Park

Old Town is an amusement park and outdoor shopping mall located in Kissimmee, Osceola County, Florida, United States. Operating since 1986, the original purpose of what could now be known as an entertainment complex was to provide a unique shopping experience.[] The rides were added in the 2000s in order to boost attendance.

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Old Town has been known to harbor a small population of squirrels.[]


This entertainment complex is located within walking distance of several motels, including the Seralago Hotel & Suites Main Gate East, a property that has been under the ownership of former NASA astronaut John Glenn and Henri Landwirth, the founder of Give Kids The World Village.[1][2] Rides include the Windstorm Roller Coaster, Wave Swinger, Century Ferris Wheel, Happy Days Family Go-Kart Track, Super Shot, Merry-Go-Round, Tea Cups, Frog Hopper, and the Wacky Worm Kiddie Coaster. These rides are either in the front or back of the complex; causing some patrons to confuse Old Town with nearby Fun Spot USA.[]

Shopping is available, and restaurants range from fast food to fast casual. There is also a video arcade.[]

Every Wednesday night is the Little Darlins' Street Party while a cruise of classic cars are the free entertainment every Saturday night. A rock and roll band (specializing in tunes from the 1950s and the 1960s) plays prior to the classic car cruise; providing that there is no inclement weather.[]


  1. ^ The history of Seralago Hotel & Suites at SeralagoHotel.com
  2. ^ Landwirth, Henri. Gift of Life. 

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