While Walt Disney World may have put Orlando on the map as a family travel destination, this tropical destination in Florida has become known as the capital of theme parks. There’s so much more to explore here than just Disney…
● Universal Studios Florida
Universal Studios Florida brings your favorite movies to life with interactive rides and experiences such as Despicable Me Minion Mayhem, an E.T. Adventure, The Revenge of the Mummy Ride, Fast and the Furious – Supercharged, The Simpsons Ride, Men in Black – Alien Attack and Transformers The Ride – 3D.
JK Rowling books magic into existence at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. here fans can explore Diagon Alley, enjoy a glass of Butterbeer in Hogsmeade Village, ride the Hogwarts Express and fly through the grounds of Hogwarts Castle on thrilling roller-coaster rides.
Connect with dolphins, snorkel with fish and rays, explore the magnificent aquariums and hand-feed exotic birds at SeaWorld Discovery Cove in Orlando. The park is famous for its live shows and presentations including orca, dolphin and sea lion encounters. There are also dozens of roller coaster rides to enjoy and don’t miss SeaWorld’s water park, Aquatica, which offers thrilling slides, fun play areas and two wave pools to enjoy.
● Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
Here budding astronauts can get a close-up view of Atlantis, explore Nasa’s space shuttle program, learn about the space pioneers and discover current and upcoming space exploration projects.
● LEGOLAND Florida Resort
LEGOLAND Florida resort includes an interactive theme park with more than 50 shows and attractions inspired by LEGO brands and characters. There is also a LEGOLAND water park where little ones can have fun at the Duplo Splash Safari and bigger kids can build and race their own LEGO boats. The 5 gazillion star LEGOLAND hotel and the brand new LEGOLAND Pirate Island Hotel offer fun accommodation options for families.