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Free attractions in Orlando

With Orlando's warm and sunny conditions, an array of cultural and history museums and a system of lush gardens, it's no wonder the city is such a popular location for family vacations. This resort city may be known as an expensive destination - many people are drawn here for its proximity to Walt Disney World and other theme parks - but there are plenty of ways to save money on your getaway. Start by taking advantage of the affordable transportation options through Thrifty Car Rental's wide assortment of Orlando rental cars, many of which come with excellent Orlando deals. Then, save even more by engaging in these free activities:

Visit the Zora Neale Hurston National Museum of Fine Arts

Take an Orlando car rental to nearby Eatonville to find the state's national fine arts museum dedicated to area resident Zora Neale Hurston, an icon in 20th century African-American literature. You'll learn about the author's start as a black woman in a time of oppression and as a struggling writer, and you will also be able to view the works of other renowned African-American artists. The museum also showcases old photographs and artifacts highlighting the history of Eatonville, which was once a community intended specifically for African Americans in the late 1800s through the early 1900s. While admission is free, donations are encouraged.

Explore the Grand Bohemian Gallery

Park your Orlando car rental in the city's downtown area to discover the culturally rich contents of the Grand Bohemian Gallery. This institution, which offers free admission, houses one of the most diverse collections of art in the country. You'll come across contemporary jewelry, oil paintings, wood installations, bronze sculptures and a variety of other mediums. These works were created by artists of both international and local renown - you'll find pieces by famous painters such as Jean Claude Roy and Stefano Cecchini.