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Pointe Orlando, International Drive
Orlando

With tropically landscaped promenades, open air seating and unforgettable architecture Pointe Orlando features a unique mix of shops, eateries and entertainment venues. Check out over 50 different retail stores, full-service restaurants, 20-screen movie theater + IMAX and the upside down attraction, WonderWorks. Pointe Orlando is located across from the Convention Center and is open daily.

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