Walt Disney World is one of the most visited places on earth, and no trip to Florida is complete without experiencing Magic Kingdom Park.
St. Augustine is the oldest city in the nation—considering its age, it’s no surprise that it's also one of the most haunted places in Florida.
EPCOT is in the midst of a multi-year transformation that will bring more Disney characters into the park.
A small, charming town filled with a lot of significant sights, Williston houses the world-famous prehistoric springs and diving sites.
The Florida Everglades is a unique environment where you can see a plethora of native wildlife like panthers, alligators, and snakes.
Round out your Walt Disney World adventure at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park.
The city of Jacksonville is a hub for craft breweries, and one way to experience the best of them is the Jax Ale Trail.
Universal Studios Florida is home to Diagon Alley, part of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
The complex takes visitors past some of the launchpads where space shuttles are lifted off into space.
Adults and those traveling with kids of all ages will enjoy Universal’s Islands of Adventure theme park.
If you’re looking for a day filled with adventure and aquatic animals, head to SeaWorld Orlando.
After taking a swim with the magnificent creatures, grab a float and take a trip (or two) around a lazy river, or go snorkeling with giant rays.
There are ample spaces to do this in Key West, but none are more famous than Mallory Square.
If you’re traveling to Tampa and looking for something the entire family can do together, look no further than The Florida Aquarium.
Before heading out to the gardens, visit the museum and immerse yourself in the culture of Japan.