The original Magic Kingdom is the classic Disney theme park built around the fairytale castle.
The all-ages attraction will allow guests to explore and engage with water as it travels from the skies to the oceans and back again.
Kids will love the Toy Story and Pixar themes too.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom celebrates the earth’s animals plus a few from Avatar’s Pandora.
This 66-acre water park is a great place to chill out. The theme of this park is a ski resort melted into warm and inviting waters.
Movie buffs will love Universal Studios with rides inspired by film and TV.
Universal Orlando Resort is a mix of theme park and working studio and you can also check out Harry Potter’s escape from Gringott’s bank.
Located 45 minutes outside of Orlando in Orange City, Blue Spring State Park is not to be missed.
Fun Spot America is located at International Drive and is fun for the whole family with go-kart tracks, a roller coaster, kids’ rides, and a splash park.
The Wheel at Icon Park is a 400 feet high observation wheel that takes 23 minutes to do a full rotation.
If you love escape rooms, Escape Game on International Drive was rated the #1 Escape Room in Orlando.
Most people don’t think of spending time downtown Orlando on their Florida vacations, but there are plenty of things to see and do.
Nearly every major city in the world has a science center and Orlando is no exception.
Just because you are visiting the theme park capital of the world doesn’t mean you don’t require a bit of culture.
One of the best ways to get up close and personal with Manatees is to take a tour.