Home to 13 world-class theme parks and water adventure parks, Orlando is king when it comes to offering family-fun adventures. With diverse attractions throughout the destination – from dinner shows to interactive museums – Orlando brings diverse fun for everyone.
New Attractions And Theme Parks In Orlando (2018)
Walt Disney World Resort
Toy Story Land
a colorful world in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, will open in summer 2018 and feature two new themed attractions, “Slinky Dog Dash” and “Alien Swirling Saucers.”
Pandora – The World of AVATAR
a new Avatar-inspired land, opened May 2017. The expansion, the largest in Animal Kingdom’s history, features floating mountains, bioluminescent rainforests and a Banshee flying attraction, as well as new after-dark entertainment.
Rivers of Light
an innovative experience unlike anything ever seen in a Disney park, opened February 2017. Combining live performances, floating lanterns, water screens and swirling animal imagery, “Rivers of Light” magically comes to life on the natural stage of Discovery River, delighting guests and truly capping off a full day of adventures at Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park.
Happily Ever After
a new nighttime spectacular that combines the magic of Disney storytelling, beloved Disney characters, fireworks and so much more, debuted at Magic Kingdom Park May 2017 More Disney characters than ever before are featured in the show, including moments from “Moana,” “Brave,” “Big Hero 6,” “Zootopia,” “The Princess & The Frog,” “Aladdin” and many others.
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Miss Adventure Falls
a new family-style raft attraction at Typhoon Lagoon, opened in spring 2017. The ride takes guests on a splashing journey through the fabled Captain Mary Oceaneer’s past. With a ride time of two minutes, Miss Fortune Falls is among the lengthiest attractions at both Disney water parks.
Star Wars Guided Tour
a new add-on seven-hour VIP experience at Hollywood Studios, includes two stage shows, “Star Wars: A Galaxy Far, Far Away” and “March of the First Order,” as well as the nighttime spectacular, themed dining experiences, character meet-and-greets and more. Regular park admission is required, with tours being an additional ticketed experience.
Universal Orlando Resort
Fast & Furious – Supercharged
will bring guests on a thrilling experience alongside their favorite characters from the franchise as they try to escape danger with exhilarating car chases. This new experience will open at Universal Studios Florida in spring 2018.
Universal Orlando’s brand new water theme park, opened May 2017. The water park offers innovative, thrilling attractions like the Ko’kiri Body Plunge, which sends guests down a 70-degree fall through a drop door. This dizzying 125-foot decent ends with a watery tribute from the volcano god, Vol. The park also offers peaceful moments of relaxation, like the Kopiko Wai Winding River, where guests take a slow ride through Volcano Bay’s tropical landscape and beneath the lava rocks, while Stargazer’s Cavern reveals the magical night sky above.
Race Through New York Starring Jimmy Fallon
which opened April 2017 invites guests to join the Tonight Show’s studio audience on the ultimate race through the streets—and skies—of New York City. The new ride at Universal Studios takes guests on a journey from the deepest subway tunnels to the tallest skyscrapers, with colorful characters, famous landmarks and more from the mind of Jimmy Fallon.
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment
a new ride coming to SeaWorld Orlando, is set to debut summer 2018. Thrilling rapids will roar through the brand new rainforest river experience, while adventure-seeking guests plunge down the world’s tallest river rapid drop. Infinity Falls will be the centerpiece of a newly themed surrounding area, fully immersing guests in a rainforest canopy.
is SeaWorld’s first digitally enhanced ride experience. The legendary ride was transformed into a virtual reality (VR) roller coaster in June 2017. Using new technology, this thrill ride takes guests on a deep sea mission alongside sea creatures inspired by extinct and legendary animals of the past, including the mighty Kraken.
a popular must-see for all ages, is now more interactive than before. In 2017, the attraction reopened its doors to give guests the opportunity to get up close to mother and baby dolphins in all new ways. Large-scale acrylic windows offer unobstructed viewing, and multiple levels give kids a face-to-face perspective with dolphin calves.
a new end-of-day spectacle summer event at SeaWorld, debuted in 2017. As the sun goes down, the lights and energy go up, offering guests a different kind of fun after dark. During this event offered throughout the summer months, the ocean comes to life with bioluminescent lighting, music and pathway entertainment, immersing guests in a glowing sea of wonder.
will be waving in a new family raft slide in spring 2018. Ray Rush will take guests on three exciting thrills as they slide, splash and soar like never before. The new attraction will replace HooRoo Run, which closed in 2017.
The Great Lego Race VR Coaster
is a new thrill ride experience that will replace the existing Project X roller coaster. The story of the redesigned ride features Lego minifigures and includes a rocket-powered surfboard and an espresso-fueled scooter. The reimagined coaster is expected to open later this year.
LEGO® NINJAGO® – Master of the 4th Dimension
started January 2018, at the LEGO® Showplace Theater. The short film combines dazzling 3D computer animation with 4D real-world effects offering guests the chance to go on an amazing new adventure with their favorite ninjas: Kai, Jay, Cole, Zane, Lloyd, Nya and Master Wu.
LEGO NINJAGO World
opened in LEGOLAND Florida Resort in January 2017. The new immersive land is a training ground for future ninjas that includes an interactive ride where guests blast fire, lightning and ice with their hands.
New Orlando Attractions
Andretti Indoor Karting & Games
a new $30 million indoor go-kart attraction located on Universal Boulevard near the convention center, features electronic go-karting, zip lines, bowling, racing simulators, a ‘sky bar,’ rock climbing, laser tag and a full-service restaurant. Andretti opened its doors in fall 2017 and includes 7,000 sq. ft. of meeting space.
Fun Spot America
in Kissimmee debuted Mine Blower, a new wooden coaster, in summer 2017. The $6 million new ride is 82 feet tall, and runs nearly 50 mph. The lead car is adorned with large sticks of dynamite, and the train enters darkened tunnels themed as mine shafts. Mine Blower includes a barrel roll inversion, a rare element for a wooden coaster.
iFLY Indoor Skydiving
opened in a new facility next to WonderWorks on International Drive in May 2017. Equipped with two all-glass wind tunnels in an open single-story floor plan, the facility is conveniently located where I-Drive passersby can see tourists in action. The new location replaced the original further north on I-Drive.
Main Event Entertainment Orlando
opened in Pointe Orlando in 2017. The 45,000 square-foot (4181 square-meter) dining and entertainment complex offers everything from American fare and handcrafted cocktails, to more than 100 virtual and interactive games, state-of-the-art bowling and the first free roam multi-player virtual reality game in the U.S.
Nona Adventure Park
a new water-sports park featuring an inflatable, floating obstacle course and wakeboarders pulled along by cable, is scheduled to open summer 2018 in Lake Nona. Visitors will be able to buy passes for the whole park or for individual attractions.
Topgolf Entertainment Group
is one of the top golfing entertainment complexes in the world. The brand new Orlando facility opened in fall 2017. The 65,000-square-foot venue includes 230 high-definition flat-screen TVs, 102 climate-controlled hitting bays that can host up to six players at one time, and advanced technology to track the accuracy and distance of players’ shots.
THEME PARKS OVERVIEW
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment
features sea-themed rides including Manta, Kraken Unleashed, Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin, TurtleTrek and Shamu’s Happy Harbor. The theme park features whale and dolphin shows and other animal exhibits.
is where guests can swim with dolphins, snorkel with tropical fish and rays and hand-feed exotic birds. It is an all-inclusive, reservations-only adventure that includes a full day of activities, swim and snorkel gear, breakfast and lunch, plus a 14-consecutive-day pass to SeaWorld Orlando and Aquatica, SeaWorld’s Waterpark.
Universal Orlando Resort
Universal’s Islands of Adventure
features different lands where guests are immerged in the worlds of wizards, beasts, heroes and toons. Guests can explore The Wizarding World of Harry Potter – Hogsmeade, Marvel Super Hero Island, Toon Lagoon, Skull Island, Jurassic Park, The Lost Continent, Seuss Landing and Port of Entry.
Universal Studios Florida
is where guests can experience The Wizarding World of Harry Potter – Diagon Alley, TRANSFORMERS: The Ride – 3-D, Revenge of the Mummy, Shrek 4-D and The Simpsons Ride in the Simpsons-themed area, Springfield. There’s also thrill coaster Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit, the 3-D experience Despicable Me Minion Mayhem and The Superstar Parade.
Walt Disney World Resort
Disney’s Animal Kingdom
offers encounters with exotic animals, fictional animals and giant dinosaurs from the prehistoric world. Not-to-miss attractions include Expedition Everest, “Finding Nemo – The Musical,” TriceraTop Spin, Primeval Whirl!, DINOSAUR, Kilimanjaro Safaris and Festival of the Lion King.
Disney’s Hollywood Studios
is a theme park with a complete motion picture and television studio. Feature attractions include Toy Story Mania!; Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show; Disney Junior – Live on Stage!; Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith, The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, Star Tours – The Adventures Continue, MuppetVision 3-D and Voyage of The Little Mermaid. Guests can step into Star Wars experiences with exciting live entertainment, out-of-this-world encounters with favorite Star Wars characters, special displays inside Star Wars Launch Bay that take guests behind the scenes of the epic saga, and a first-ever themed tour.
is where guests visit 11 nations at World Showcase and fast-forward to tomorrow in Future World. World Showcase offers a kaleidoscope of nations – The American Adventure, Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Morocco, Norway and the United Kingdom. Rides include Test Track Presented by Chevrolet, Mission: SPACE, simulating a real space shuttle blastoff; Soarin’ Around the World, which lifts guests 40 feet (12 meters) inside a giant projection screen dome; and The Seas with Nemo & Friends, a whimsical and visually stunning attraction that has the stars of “Finding Nemo” swimming amid the live marine life of the huge aquarium in The Living Seas pavilion. Plus, there’s Spaceship Earth, the iconic “golf ball,” which explores the history of communications beginning centuries ago.
Magic Kingdom Park
the quintessential Disney theme park — features six magical lands with attractions, restaurants and shops based on favorite Disney themes of fantasy, yesterday and tomorrow. The New Fantasyland expansion includes the Storybook Circus area with Barnstormer Coaster featuring the Great Goofini family-style ride; Dumbo, the Flying Elephant; Casey Jr. Splash ‘N’ Soak Station; Enchanted Tales with Belle; Under the Sea ~ Journey of the Little Mermaid, Be Our Guest Restaurant within Beast’s Castle, and Princess Fairytale Hall for memory-making encounters with the Disney princesses. The 2014 completion of Seven Dwarfs Mine Train completed New Fantasyland — the largest expansion in Magic Kingdom history. Other popular attractions around the park include Splash Mountain, Big Thunder Mountain, Space Mountain, Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin and The Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor.
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Nearby Theme Parks
Busch Gardens Tampa
has nearly 300 acres (121 hectares) of fascinating attractions based on exotic explorations around the world. This theme park offers thrilling rides, one of the country’s premier zoos (with more than 12,000 animals), Broadway-style shows, one-of-a-kind animal interactions, restaurants, shops and games. Busch Gardens has taken thrills to new heights, literally, with Falcon’s Fury, North America’s tallest freestanding drop tower, which takes riders soaring facedown at 60 mph. Cobra’s Curse, a unique spin coaster experience, sends guest at 40 mph down 2,100 feet of serpent-like track, spinning randomly.
LEGOLAND Florida Resort
Located in Winter Haven, 45 minutes southwest of Orlando attractions, this 150-acre (61-hectare) interactive theme park offers more than 50 rides, shows and attractions designed for families with children ages 2-12. The resort features themed rollercoasters, family rides, hands-on building activities, oversized LEGO creations, an all-new toddler attractions area and an adjoining water park. The LEGOLAND Hotel, steps away from the theme park entrance, has brightly colored and highly themed rooms and suites, thousands of LEGO models and interactive play areas. All-new beach-themed accommodations at LEGOLAND Beach Retreat combine the fun of surf and sand with the creativity of LEGO building sets.
WATER PARKS OVERVIEW
Aquatica, SeaWorld’s Waterpark
is home to some of the world’s most thrilling water rides, featuring 42 slides, rivers and lagoons and 84,000 square feet of sparkling white, sandy beaches. Ihu’s Breakaway Falls, a water thrill slide, is eight-stories high. Dolphin Plunge, Aquatica’s signature attraction, whisks guests through acrylic flumes amid a lagoon of jumping Commerson’s dolphins.
Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park
features one of the world’s tallest, fastest free-fall speed slides in a whimsical “winter” setting. It is the largest of Disney’s water parks, with 22 water slides and “icy” bobsled runs that stay comfortably warm and thrillingly fast.
Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park
offers guests twisting tides, roaring rapids and relaxing rivers. Whether navigating the seven water slides, swimming with sharks and tropical fish or conquering waves in the largest wave pool in the U.S., this exotic paradise promises to be the wettest water adventure ever.
LEGOLAND Water Park
located inside LEGOLAND Florida Resort, caters to families with children, ages 2-12. Among the attractions, families can imagine and build a unique LEGO vessel and set afloat around the 1000-foot-long (304.8-meter-long) lazy river, slide down toddler-sized or 60-foot (106.6-meter) water slides or relax at the LEGO Wave Pool, featuring gentle waves big enough for all members of the family to enjoy.
Universal’s Volcano Bay
Universal Orlando’s brand new water park, opened May 2017. The water park offers innovative, thrilling attractions, peaceful moments of relaxation and an entirely new guest experience, including TapuTapu wearable technology, allowing guests to wait in line virtually, and head to the ride when the device alerts them. The highly-themed, completely immersive environment is inspired by postcard-perfect tropical islands. The water theme park is located within Universal Orlando Resort, just south of the Cabana Bay Beach Resort.
America’s Escape Game
located in the heart of International Drive, uses a vast range of genres, settings, characters and stories and incorporates them with challenging puzzles to create an immersive experience. Guests will have to use a high level of innovation, problem solving and strategy to escape the room successfully.
Bok Tower Gardens
has offered some of Florida’s most remarkable experiences to more than 23 million visitors since 1929. Through its historic landscape gardens, unique Singing Tower carillon, 1930s Mediterranean-style mansion and three acres of nature inspired play Children’s Garden, the Bok Tower Gardens has something for every guest.
Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens
showcases hundreds of rare or endangered animals, including cheetahs, Indian rhinoceros, giraffes and some of the most venomous snakes in the world. Guests can also choose to enjoy the ZOOm Air Adventures zipline experience.
Coca-Cola Orlando Eye
has become one of Orlando’s newest icons. Standing at 400 feet tall (122 meters), it is the tallest observation wheel on the east coast of the U.S. Guests riding the Coca-Cola Orlando Eye enjoy the sights of downtown Orlando’s skyline, nearby theme parks, beautiful lakes and lush landscapes, with views all the way to Cape Canaveral on Florida’s east coast.
Congo River Golf
with multiple Central Florida locations, sends guests on an 18-hole miniature golf adventure through tranquil waterfalls, mysterious caves and tropical rainforests that mimic the Congo adventure taken by Stanley and Livingstone.
Chocolate Kingdom Factory Adventure Tour
is an interactive journey that uncovers how chocolate transforms from the bean into the dreamy chocolate bar. A personal Chocolate Tour Guide joins forces with a handsome prince and his dragon sidekick to take guests through a Cacao Tree Greenhouse, a one-of-a-kind Chocolate Museum, a mystical River of Chocolate and a Bean-to-the-Bar Factory.
invites guests to embark on an adventure where color, chemistry and digital technology combine. With 26 hands-on attractions, from naming crayons to bringing drawings to life, there’s fun for the entire family.
Disney’s Fantasia Gardens and Fairways Miniature Golf
features two unique 18-hole miniature golf courses. Fantasia Gardens is a family-friendly adventure inspired by Disney’s classic animated film, “Fantasia.” The Fantasia Fairways is a challenge course designed with strategically placed bunkers and hazards.
Disney’s Winter Summerland Miniature Golf
is an interactive miniature golf experience with two 18-hole wacky, elf-sized golf courses. One course carries the zany, snow-covered Florida theme found at Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park, while the other takes a more tropical, holiday theme, with ornaments hanging from palm trees.
The Escape Game Orlando
located in the heart of International Drive, is a real life adventure game designed for small groups of two to eight people with a single goal of escaping from a locked room. Getting through the locked door will require finding clues, solving puzzles, and working together as a team.
Escape Room Entertainment
located Lake Buena Vista, offers exciting, fully immersive games set in a physical location designed to test your intellect and ability to work efficiently as a team.
challenges guests to be their own heroes in a thrilling game of adventure and mystery. Teams of up to six players are locked in a themed room with just 60 minutes to combine clues, solve puzzles and discover the key to escape.
ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex
is the host to more than 350 events a year. This is the leading multi-sport venue for amateur and professional sports in the nation, accommodating 70 different sports and athletes from more than 70 countries. Designed to take youth sports to the next level, the 230-acre (93-hectare) facility features multiple competition venues. It is the spring training home of the Atlanta Braves.
Forever Florida Ziplines & Adventures in the Wild
gives guests the chance to choose their own fully-guided adventure through untamed wilderness. Experience the Coach Safari, take a wild ride on Horseback Safari or soar over it all on Florida’s first Zipline Safari. Guests who want a more relaxed view from above can experience the Cypress Canopy Cycle, a reclined bicycle safely suspended from steel cables, while more adventurous guests might like the Rattlesnake Zipline Roller Coaster, launching riders through the treetops along a rigid zip-rail system.
Fun Spot America Theme Parks
offer extreme go-kart racing and tons of family thrill rides. The Orlando location features the Freedom Flyer, an intense steel coaster, while the Kissimmee location features Florida’s only upside down wooden rollercoaster, the Mind Blower Coaster.
one of Central Florida’s first attractions, is home to thousands of alligators and crocodiles, a petting zoo, bird sanctuary, mini water park, eco-tour and action-packed outdoor entertainment, including daily alligator wrestlin’ shows. The park’s new Stompin’ Gator Off-Road Adventure takes guests on a bumpy ride – aboard a 12-foot-high monster vehicle – through the swampy lands for a rugged and wacky exploration.
The Great Escape Room
located in the heart of downtown Orlando, is an exciting, Sherlock-themed escape adventure with rooms that are part scavenger hunt and part puzzle-solving.
Green Meadows Petting Farm
features a two-hour guided tour to see more than 300 farm animals. Visitors are encouraged to have a first-hand experience by petting the animals, taking train and hay rides, milking a cow and riding a pony. Picnic areas are available.
located in Pointe Orlando on I-Drive, is a combat entertainment venue that features multiple urban-themed arenas and many realistic weapon models. Hard Knocks also boasts over 85 different Combat Missions that will challenge Combatants to rescue hostages, defuse bombs and eradicate the enemy.
Hollywood Drive-In Golf
located at Universal CityWalk, offers two 18-hole mini golf courses inspired by the 1950’s horror flicks and “little green men” science fiction films. Cutting-edge interactive elements and special effects immerse guests further into the “double feature,” and LED neon edge-lighting allows play during the day, night and late night.
The Holy Land Experience
re-creates the ancient world of the Bible through landscape and architecture and features amazing live dramas throughout the day in the 2,000-seat Church of All Nations. Genuine artifacts, holy sites and peaceful prayer gardens inform and inspire, while young ones enjoy rock-wall climbing or bouncy houses in the Children’s Adventureland.
Hukoo’s Family Fun
has 25,000 square feet of indoor activities, like laser tag, bumper cars, mini bowling and much more to suit guests of all ages. Admission is free, with prices per activity.
features a half-mile (0.8-kilometer) of indoor track and electric karts that can go up to 45 mph (72.4 kph). In addition to kart racing, the venue offers a four-lane bowling alley, gaming arcade and restaurant.
is a revolution in indoor karting, with its European-styled racing and professionally designed race tracks, with emission-free electric karts that reach speeds of 45 mph. The Orlando location racing tracks feature a challenging combination of long straight-always and hairpin turns, providing racers with a variety of opportunities to test their fortitude.
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
lets guests get nose-to-nose with a historic spacecraft in the $100-million Space Shuttle Atlantis attraction. Guests will “be the astronaut” with never-before-seen multimedia presentations and more than 60 interactive, touch-screen experiences and high-tech simulators. Visitors feel what it’s like to blast into space in the Shuttle Launch Experience. The Apollo/Saturn V Center provides an inspirational look into America’s quest for the moon and features an actual Saturn V moon rocket, one of only three in the world.
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Kings Bowl Orlando
is a 30,000-square-foot (2,787-square-meter) entertainment venue featuring 22 ten-pin bowling lanes, four billiards tables, shuffleboard table, as well as a full-service restaurant and two premium bars.
Madame Tussauds Orlando
is the world’s most famous celebrity figure wax attraction which showcases incredibly detailed and lifelike wax figures that lovingly pay tribute to the celebrities and historical figures, including Selena Gomez, Ryan Gosling, Ricky Martin, Justin Bieber and more.
is home to International Drive’s most elevated go-kart tracks, intense thrill rides, midway rides and a huge video arcade. StarFlyer, the only ride of its kind in the United States, seats guests in swing chairs suspended 256 feet (78 meters) above ground.
Orlando Science Center
offers opportunities to explore, experiment and discover with its sky watching observatory, giant screen and 3-D theaters, live programs and hundreds of hands-on exhibits on four floors. The newly expanded KidsTown is a family-favorite exhibit designed for children ages 7 and under, and now features 11,000 square feet of skill-based activities.
in Kissimmee features 75 unique specialty shops and eight restaurants. This free-admission attraction offers the look and feel of a Florida town at the beginning of the 20th century. Visitors can experience unique shopping, dining and entertainment, including weekly car shows and bike nights.
Putting Edge Glow-in-the-Dark Mini Golf
provides an exciting twist on the traditional game of miniature golf. Set in a glow-in-the-dark environment, the 18-hole, indoor course proves to be both challenging and exciting.
Revolution Off Road
is home to many off-road experiences including ATVs, Dune Buggies, and ARGO amphibious Mucky Ducks. Expert riders help guide guests through more than 200 acres of tracks and trails that provide a challenge to both novice and seasoned riders.
Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditorium
is housed in a building that appears to be sinking. Guests can explore artifacts, collections, strange art/hobbies and interactive exhibits in 16 galleries of the odd and unusual from around the world.
SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium
offers underwater adventures with beautiful displays of colorful fish, sharks, jellies, sea horses and more. Floor-to-ceiling displays, bubble aquariums and underwater tunnels provide an immersive experience.
Showcase of Citrus
offers visitors the opportunity to pick up to 60 seasonal varieties right off the tree at a “u-pick citrus grove.” Other activities include visiting the “Old Time Country Farm Store,” eco-safari tours of 2,500 acres (1,012 hectares) on a 4×4 monster truck and a free self-guided waterfront walking tour through the grounds, playground and picnic areas, as well as local, hand-crafted juices, jams, sauces and unique treats.
SKELETONS: Museum of Osteology
exhibits over 400 skeletons in clever never-before-seen poses and dioramas, gifting visitors a whole new respect for the animal kingdom.
Splitsville Luxury Lanes
is a two-story, 50,000-square-foot (4,645-square-meter) upscale entertainment center. Located in Disney Springs, Splitsville combines bowling with billiards, dining, music and nightlife.
Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition
a 17-gallery tour inspired by the historic event, features full-scale room recreations where authentic artifacts and interactive storytellers in period costume allow visitors to experience the unforgettable sights, sounds and emotions of the most famous ship ever to set sail.
introduces visitors to the world’s first totally mechanized team sport of WhirlyBall, which is a combination of bumper cars, lacrosse and basketball. The facility is also home to Bloodhound Brew, which has a wide variety of craft beer and tasty food options. Additionally, WhirlyDome has a laser tag arena, formula one race car simulator, bowling and arcade games.
an airboat and wildlife park, sends guests into the protected swamps, marshes and rivers of the Florida Everglades. The airboat ride gives guests an in-depth look at gators, birds, eagles, cows, trees and plants as they glide through 100,000 acres of federally protected wetlands. Guests can get up close with more than 200 animals at the Gator and Wildlife Park.
Orlando’s only upside-down attraction, feature more than 100 hands-on interactive exhibits. Guests can experience a three-story ropes challenge, design and ride their own roller coaster or watch a magic/comedy dinner show.
provides a unique opportunity to experience true weightlessness. On the specially modified Boeing 727, parabolic arcs are performed to create a weightless environment allowing guests to float, flip and soar as if they were in space. Flights depart from Cape Canaveral on select dates.
is a live action zombie experience that sends teams to clear a military base full of walking dead. In this totally immersive experience, guests use real-life replicas of weapons to shoot zombies wearing cutting-edge targets.
The Orlando Destination
Home to seven of the world’s top theme parks, Orlando – Theme Park Capital of the World® is the No. 1 family vacation destination and most visited destination in the United States. An unparalleled mix of unique experiences create cherished memories for visitors, including legendary theme parks from Disney, Universal and SeaWorld, an array of world-class water parks, entertainment venues, an award-winning food scene, shopping, sports and nightlife. And, with 450 hotels, Orlando offers more lodging options than nearly any other destination in the world, from expansive resorts to uniquely themed hotels.
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