Orlando Theme Parks

  • Disney

    Discover the four unique parks of Walt Disney World Resort from the fantasy of the Magic Kingdom to the movie magic of Disney’s Hollywood Studios, the wild savannahs of Disney’s Animal Kingdom to the wonders of EPCOT. Don’t forget to cool off at one of the Walt Disney World’s water parks, choose from Blizzard Beach or Typhoon Lagoon!

  • Universal Orlando

    Universal Orlando® Resort is more than a theme park. It’s an entire universe of action and thrills featuring TWO spectacular theme parks unlike anything else in the Orlando theme parks scene. At both Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure, every member of the family can share unforgettable experiences together. You can have the ultimate adventure, enjoy fun with your kids, rejuvenate yourself, have a romantic dinner, challenge yourself on incredible theme park rides, and relax by the pool in a beautiful Florida setting.

  • SeaWorld

    SeaWorld takes you on a one-of-a-kind journey to the wonders that exist beyond the ocean’s door. A place where up-close encounters connect you to the energy, excitement, and mystery of the sea and sea life. A world of fascinating days, captivating nights, and exhilarating adventure. Once you’ve been here, you’ll never look at the sea and its incredible inhabitants the same way again.

  • Aquatica

    Rising up in Orlando is a whimsical, brand new one-of-a-kind water park that only SeaWorld could create – Aquatica blends up-close animal experiences, waters from serene to extreme, high-speed thrills and wide, sandy beaches. One of the most unique Orlando theme parks !

  • Busch Gardens

    You’ll spend very little time standing still at Busch Gardens theme park, Florida. We’re mostly about movement, most of it several hundred feet up in the air, extremely fast, and upside down. But not all the attractions are roller coasters. There’s movement of a different kind in the African dances, and the off-road safari. And not forgetting Busch Garden’s residents. There are more than two thousand exotic animals to see.

  • Kennedy Space Center

    Where else in the world do history and the future, nature and technology, young and old meet for an unforgettable and inspirational journey through space and time? The Kennedy Space Center has hosted millions of guests from around the world for more than 30 years — telling the story of how the United States built a space program that launched men to the Moon, orbited satellites that have improved our lives, and sent probes into distant space to solve the mysteries of the cosmos.

  • Legoland Florida

    LEGOLAND® Florida Resort is built for kids. The 150-acre interactive theme park offers more than 50 rides, shows and attractions, restaurants, shopping, a breathtaking botanical garden and the LEGOLAND Water Park all geared to families with children ages 2 to 12. Located in Winter Haven – just 45 minutes from Orlando and Tampa.