This week, indoor amusement spots all over Orlando received the green light to reopen their doors. These attractions, which have been closed for two months, are just a few fun things to do in Orlando that don't include the theme parks. These activities are perfect if you're looking for something to do this weekend, but don't want to shell out the big bucks.\nOne trend that these Orlando attractions have in common is that you can still enjoy yourself while maintaining social distance. One day, that phrase will be obsolete from everyday life; until then, it is a stipulation for these activities to reopen.\nHowever, that doesn’t mean that you can’t have fun or enjoy the trappings of life in the process. With numerous establishments implementing social distancing and sanitation protocols, these venues provide an escape from the living room couch.\nSo, if you’re tired of being stuck in the house and looking for some fun this weekend, these seven spots in Orlando are open and ready for you to return.\nTopGolf\nPrice:$30-$50 per bay\nAddress: 9295 Universal Blvd., Orlando, FL 32819\nWhy you should go: It seems as if TopGolf was built for this moment. The putting bays are perfectly blocked off so that other parties won't invade your space. Also, who doesn't like an upscale putting cage?\nView this post on Instagram Will I see you at the Waste Management Phoenix Open? ♻️🗑 A post shared by Taylor Cusack (@taylorcusack) on Jan 26, 2020 at 2:55pm PST\nWebsite\nK1 Speed\nPrice: $20 per race\nAddress: 9550 Parksouth Ct. #400, Orlando, FL 32837\nWhy you should go: K1 provides endless hours of fun for those with a need for speed. This go-kart park is only available by reservation, and the crew rigorously cleans the karts between races. You can enjoy a day here with your crew while keeping your mind at ease.\nView this post on Instagram Earth Day was created in 1970 to raise awareness about pollution. Technology and society have both come a long way since the 1970s. We are happy to be able to be a part of the movement by providing fun, environmentally friendly, go karting experiences. Come share the experience with us and celebrate Earth Day! Post your picture with the hashtag #k1speedearthday #everydayisearthdayatk1speed A post shared by 🏁#K1Speed (@k1speed) on Apr 22, 2020 at 4:31pm PDT\nWebsite\nArcade City\nPrice: $25 Play Card\nAddress 8371 International Dr. #50, Orlando, FL 32819\nWhy you should go: There is nothing more fun than a classic arcade, and Arcade City is just the place to achieve maximum enjoyment. This place is big enough so that social distancing can be achieved, while you hit that new high score.\nView this post on Instagram Just call me Lady Luck 🍀 ______ My comfortable romper is $68 in grey and $58 in navy. I have to tell you it feels like I am wearing pajamas. Yessss please! Hurry because it’s almost sold out in grey. ✨ ____ 🛍 To shop my entire outfit click the link in my @mrsstephaniehill bio or follow me on @liketoknow.it #liketkit #LTKunder50 #LTKunder100 #LTKshoecrush http://liketk.it/2wgy4 A post shared by Stephanie Hill (@mrsstephaniehill) on Jun 23, 2018 at 4:56pm PDT\nWebsite\nSEA LIFE Aquarium\nPrice: $20 per adult\nAddress: 8449 International Dr., Orlando, FL 32819\nWhy you should go: Sea Life Orlando has restricted its capacity to allow for a safe distance of all groups who want to see life in the deep sea up-close-and-personal.\nView this post on Instagram We got no troubles. Life is the bubbles. Under the sea! 🐠 Trying to keep positive during these times of change. How are you holding up? #quaratineDay13 . . . #travel #Florida #Orlando #wanderlust #instatravel #ohtheplaceswego #igtravel #aquarium #360tunnel #SeaLifeAquarium #VisitFlorida #VisitOrlando #underthesea #travelRiz #filipinoblogger #pinaystyle #njblogger #njfashionblogger #princessofplaid @sealifeusa @sealife_orlando A post shared by Marissa | Princess Of Plaid (@kittyriz) on Mar 31, 2020 at 2:15pm PDT\nWebsite\nThe Escape Room\nPrice: $35 per person\nAddress: 8145 International Dr. #511, Orlando, FL 32819\nWhy should you go: You and your crew locked in a room with only 60 minutes to escape? Will you do it? This destination is now accepting private reservations for those looking to have a good time while exercising their escape skills.\nView this post on Instagram Who hasn’t gotten their “I Escaped” sticker yet? #MondayMotivation A post shared by The Escape Game (@theescapegame) on Jan 27, 2020 at 2:28pm PST\nWebsite\nVR Territory\nPrice: $38 per hour\nAddress: 7219 International Dr., Orlando, FL 32819\nWhy you should go: VR Territory is officially welcoming back guests, and this interactive fun zone provides guests with a trip through an interactive world that feels amazingly realistic.\nView this post on Instagram What's a VR arcade? Your own station, 30+ games available and helpful staff to make sure you have a great time. Don't just play the game, live it. Orlando.vrterritory.zone #vrorlando #orlandofun #virtualteality A post shared by VR Territory Orlando (@vrterritoryorlando) on Aug 11, 2018 at 10:30am PDT\nWebsite\nAnger Management Rage Room\nPrice: $40 to $110 depending on the room\nAddress: 4065 LB McLeod Rd. Suite G, Orlando, FL 32811\nWhy you should go: If you have a lot of pent-up rage from being quarantined for two months, this might be the perfect activity for you. Let that anger go at this unique indoor spot, where you can wreck the room to your heart's content.\nView this post on Instagram ChinaRican Smash! 💪🤘 . . #travelingchinarican #themanyadventuresofchinarican #themanytravelsofchinarican #rageroomorlando #rageroom #chinaricansmash #birthday #bff #covidedition #covid19 #fun #releasetheanger #smash #break #throw #ahhh A post shared by 🛫Traveling ChinaRican💜 (@chinarican84) on May 22, 2020 at 3:24pm PDT\nWebsite\nMaintaining social distancing rules doesn't have to be a drag with these exciting activities in Orlando reopening.