Orlando Attractions

Walt Disney World

Since 1971, Walt Disney World has been the leading family-vacation destination in the world. With four massive parks full of rides, shows and attractions, visitors can spend days experiencing it all. Add in an array of fine restaurants and shopping venues, and you'll see that there's plenty to keep you busy on a trip to Walt Disney World, located in Orlando, Florida. Simply a must for any Orlando Florida Vacation.

Magic Kingdom

The Magic Kingdom was the first Disney theme park opened in Orlando, Florida, and it's also the most well-known. For more than 30 years, visitors have been flocking to the park to ride classic rides, see ageless shows and experience Disney magic in ways only imagined. With seven lands of fantasy and fun, Disney's Magic Kingdom features more than 50 Disney attractions in addition to the daily Magical Moments Parade. Don't miss Mickey's Toon Town Fair for a chance to meet the Disney characters. 311 World Drive
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830, 407-W-DISNEY


A trip to Epcot is a journey into the world of tomorrow. The revolutionary attractions are fun and educational, and the dining options in the World Showcase area of the park are second-to-none. Epcot showcases the power of human imagination with The Circle Of Life, Ellen’s Energy Adventure and the Making of Me. Kids’ favorites include Cranium Command and Food Rocks! By night, IllumiNations is a kaleidoscope of sky artistry with more than 1,100 pyrotechnic bursts, accompanied by music. Interstate 4, Exit 25. (407) W-DISNEY

Hollywood Studios

If you drive through the web of Disney World roads long enough in Orlando, Florida, you'll see a vintage hotel on the side of the road. The Hollywood Tower Hotel may look comfortable from the outside, but don't plan on staying there, as the hotel face hides a scary secret ? The Tower of Terror. A theme park within a motion picture and television studio, attractions include Who Wants To Be A Millionaire - Play It!, Playhouse Disney - Live on Stage!, Rock 'n' Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith and The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror.
Epcot-Downtown Disney Exit (exit 26) from Interstate 4. (407) 824-4321

Animal Kingdom

The latest addition to the Disney World theme park family is Disney's Animal Kingdom. This Orlando theme park combines the classic rides, shows and attractions that Disney is known for with a completely new Disney animal experience. It's certainly more than your typical zoo! Opened in April 98, Disney's newest park is themed around encounters with animals- real, imaginary or extinct. At 500 acres, this is Disney's largest park and it is home to 1,000 animals and 3,000 species of plants and trees. 2901 Osceola Parkway
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830, 407-824-4321

Downtown Disney

When you're done with the theme parks for the day, head towards Downtown Disney with restaurants, shops and more, there's something for everybody at Disney's gigantic entertainment complex in Orlando, Florida.

Universal Orlando Resort

Universal Orlando Resort is a world all it's own, with two spectacular theme parks, a wealth of exciting nightlife venues, lavish resort hotels and plenty of superb shopping and dining.

Universal Studios Florida

It's always been the place where you can "ride the movies," but Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida is also much, much more. In addition to the thrilling rides, you can learn the secrets of movie-making when you go behind-the-scenes at a number of educational attractions.

Islands of Adventure

Have an entire day full of action and stimulation at Islands of Adventure. gripping roller coasters and wild rides make Universal's newest theme park in Orlando, Florida an unbelievable place to visit.

Universal CityWalk

Shopping, dining and nightlife are the themes at Universal CityWalk in Orlando, Florida. After you park your car in the Universal garages and head toward the parks, you'll have to pass through this lively area, filled with restaurants, fine shops and nightclubs. Take note of where you want to visit, and when you're done with whatever theme park you're going to, head back and enjoy CityWalk.

SeaWorld Adventure Park

The world-famous aquatic Orlando theme park is a great place to spend the day. You can ride thrilling rides and attend magnificent shows featuring some of the smartest and most amazing animals you'll ever see. Home to the Kraken, Orlando’s longest, tallest, fastest floor less roller coaster.


Welcome to Aquatica, a whimsical, one-of-a-kind waterpark unlike any you've ever experienced, one only SeaWorld could create. Float through an undersea world of exotic fish, thunder through rolling rapids, relax on our white sand beaches, or take a tube slide through an underwater world where black-and-white Commerson Dolphin’s play and race alongside you.

Discovery Cove

Located right next door to SeaWorld Adventure Park, Discovery Cove is not your commonplace Orlando theme park. There are no tickets, no rides of which to speak, and no larger-than-life characters signing autographs and posing for pictures.
Vans Skate Park
5220 International Drive Orlando, Florida 32819
407 351 3881,


14501 South Orange Blossom Trail
Orlando, FL 32837
Phone: 407.855.5496
Welcome to Gatorland, Orlando's Best Half Day Attraction located in sunny Central Florida! Known internationally as the Alligator Capital of the World, Gatorland is a 110-acre alligator theme park and wildlife preserve, located just minutes away from Sea World, Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, and the Orlando International Airport on US 441 near the Orlando - Kissimmee border.

Busch Gardens Tampa

Post Office Box 9158
Tampa, FL 33674,
Toll Free 1-888-800-5447
Busch Gardens It may be an hour or so away, but it's well worth it. Busch Gardens is one of the best spots for roller coaster enthusiasts in all of Florida ? and beyond. Sporting some of the biggest, fastest coasters around, Busch Gardens is a high-impact place for a day trip. Among the choices: Shiekra, the largest, fastest coaster in the Southeast U.S., Kumba, a 110 feet plunge into a diving loop making for a "roar" of a ride and Montu, an egyptian themed coaster with an inverse diving loop and a 60-foot vertical loop.

Wet n’ Wild

6200 International Drive
Orlando, FL 32819
Tel: (407) 351-1800 or (800) 992-WILD
Wet 'n Wild - Orlando, voted by Amusement Business magazine as America's number one water park, features a full-day of fun for the entire family. Also honored by Aquatic's International as the first true water park, Wet 'n Wild's world-class signature thrill rides and quality service offer something for fun-lovers of all ages.

Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park

(407) 560-9283
Big among locals, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park, open year around, offers twisting tides, roaring rapids and relaxing rivers. Whether navigating the nine water slides, swimming with sharks and tropical fish or conquering waves in the nation’s largest wave pool, this exotic paradise promises maximum adventure in water heated to a pleasant 75-80 degrees year around.

Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park

1801 West Buena Vista Drive
Lake Buena Vista, FL
(407) 560-9283
Disney’s Blizzard Beach water park features one of the world’s tallest, fastest free-fall speed slides, smack in the middle of sunny Florida. As the largest of Disney’s water parks, it has 22 water slides and fast "icy" bobsled runs that stay comfortably warm.

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