Florida Theme Parks

The Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World Resort

The Magic Kingdom is home to Cinderella’s Castle and 6 magical lands for all the family to explore; Main Street USA – take a trip back in time as you wander around quaint shops, the town hall and don’t forget to stop for an ice-cream at the parlour! Tomorrowland – Fast forward to the future and blast through space at Space Mountain or take a spin with Buzz Lightyear shooting targets and Robots! Fantasyland – get lost in a fairytale experience featuring princesses, castles, and boys who won’t grow up! Liberty Square – experience the Hall of Presidents and step inside the Haunted Mansion. Frontierland – have fun on Big Thunder Mountain Railroad or prepare to get wet on Splash Mountain! Adventureland – so much to explore! Take a Jungle Cruise and ride with The Pirates of the Caribbean.

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Epcot Center at Walt Disney World Resort

Epcot’s iconic icon – the giant golf ball – is home to Spaceship Earth which welcomes you to the park that has something to offer everyone of all ages. Where else can you travel the world in one day? Epcot’s World Showcase provides visitors shops, attractions and restaurants that represent the culture and cuisine of 11 different countries. Future World provides attractions showcasing emerging technologies and innovation, and features popular attractions such as one of Disney’s fasted rides Test Track, Innoventions play studio and Mission Space. At the end of the day, be sure to gather round the World Showcase for the amazing firework display!

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Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World Resort

This Disney park is dedicated to entertainment, where all of the streets feel like one great big movie set! Live the dream with the American Idol experience or go backstage with the tour that features spectacular special effects! Are you brave enough to take a ride in the Tower of Terror elevator? Or perhaps experience a high-speed dash in Aerosmith’s Rock ‘n’ Rollercoaster? Be part of the wonderful 4D Toy Story Mania and experience the beautiful Voyage of the Little Mermaid. At Hollywood Studios, movie magic comes to life!

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Animal Kingdom at Walt Disney World Resort

Animal Kingdom is the largest animal-themed park in the world with a focus on animal care, education and research. It is divided into 7 areas where visitors can get close to a variety of exciting animals. Go back 65 million years to capture dinosaurs without getting caught. Escape the Yeti on Expedition Everest, a thrilling coaster and don your bug-eye glasses for the fantastic 3D showing of Its Tough to be a Bug. And of course don’t miss the wonderful Kilimanjaro Safari to see an array of animals such as giraffes, lions, antelope, rhinos, warthogs and zebras roam the land.

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Universal Orlando Resort

Two amazing theme parks – Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Live the movies at Universal Studios experience an Earthquake at “Disaster” or feel the forces at “Twister: Ride it Out”. Take a boat ride to Amity Island home of Jaws, or test your skills battling an alien invasion. At Islands of Adventure, get soaked to the skin on Popeye & Bluto’s Bilge-Rat Barges, Universal’s version of the white water rapids. Marvel at the dinosaurs as you venture into Jurassic Park, tremble with fear as you get closer than you want to the park’s resident T-Rex.

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Sea World Orlando

Sea World is a marine sea life theme park with entertaining shows and exhilarating rides. Home to the renowned killer whale Shamu, visitors can encounter sharks, penguins, dolphins, manatee and many more aquatic animals. Watch the sensational Shamu show and marvel at the relationships between killer whales and their trainers. Have fun at the interactive dolphin pools and explore the frozen Wild Arctic where you’ll get up close to walrus, beluga whales and polar bears! Take a Journey to Atlantis – but be prepared to get wet! Why not brave Kraken, Orlando’s tallest and fastest rollercoaster, ranked one of the world’s top 10 by ride enthusiasts or travel at speeds of nearly 60mph on Manta.

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Typhoon Lagoon at Walt Disney World Resort

Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon is a Water Park with attractions that ensure fun for all the family. Take a relaxing raft ride around the park or swim with sharks at the Shark Reef. If it’s something more exhilarating you’re after, hurtle 5 stories in seconds on Humunga Kowabunga or career down the mountain on an inner tube ride through rushing rapids at Mayday Falls. Ketchakiddee Creek at offers little ones their own watery play area and the Sandy White Beach lies in an area off the beaten path offering lounge chairs, hammocks, umbrellas and beautiful water views for a peaceful atmosphere to kick back and relax.

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Blizzard Beach at Walt Disney World Resort

Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park is an exhilarating water park with a ski theme. Enjoy a leisurely raft ride on Cross Country Creek or relax at the wave pool and beach at Melt Away bay. If its thrills you’re after try the Slush Gusher high speed water slide, the Snow Stormers slalom-style racing course waterslides, or Summit Plummet – a 12-story drop that speeds riders down the mountain at 50 to 60 MPH. The Ski Patrol Training Camp Ski Patrol Training Camp has a variety of fun, water activities designed for those who are too old for the little ones area but not quite ready for the bigger waterslides. In addition, Tykes Peak offers little ones their own watery play area in shallow water, featuring a snow-castle fountain, pop-up water jets and kid-sized slides.

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