The Wheel at ICON Park reopens

Percentage of ticket proceeds will be donated to Florida hurricane relief efforts

WHEN: October 1, 2022

WHERE: ICON Park | 8375 International Dr, Orlando, FL 32819

WHAT: The Wheel at ICON Park, Orlando’s welcome to the world, reopened after Hurricane Ian. Throughout the weekend, a percentage of ticket proceeds will be donated to Florida hurricane relief efforts.

As the tallest observation wheel on the east coast, the ICON Park wheel is built to withstand the elements. According to company protocol, the entertainment destination is closing The Wheel before tropical storm winds are expected to reach Orlando. The wheel is locked and then anchored from the outer rim beam with two cables anchored to the north and two cables anchored to the south. Prior to reopening, The Wheel undergoes a thorough inspection process by the entertainment destination’s technical team.

ICON Park knows there are many tourists who have been trapped in an I-Drive hotel room for days and others who are simply out of place, so it is offering free carousel tickets on the boardwalk throughout over the weekend to make up for lost time.

The entertainment destination has withstood numerous hurricanes since opening in 2015 and continues to stand strong for the community.

About ICON Park

ICON Park is a 20-acre, gate-free outdoor entertainment destination with plenty of fun adventures for the whole family. The perfect place to ride, dine, drink and explore.

Located in the heart of Orlando’s entertainment district, ICON Park offers more than 50 incredible restaurants, trendy bars, shops and must-see attractions, all anchored by The Wheel, a breathtaking observation wheel that measures 400 feet – 40 stories – in the air.

Visit other attractions including SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium, Madame Tussauds Orlando, and Orlando Museum of Illusions. ICON Park also offers a diverse mix of restaurants for lunch, dinner, and late-night bites that satisfy a wide variety of flavors and cuisines. Discover a unique collection of shopping and dining kiosks and explore each location as you stroll under the fairy lights along the brick walkway.

Take advantage of free parking and admission to the park. Learn more at ICONParkOrlando.com.

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