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Theme Parks

  • Walt Disney World

    • Magic Kingdom

    • Animal Kingdom

    • Hollywood Studios

    • Epcot Center

    • Typhoon Lagoon (Waterpark)

    • Disney Springs (Dining & Shopping)

  • Universal Studios

    • Universal Studios

    • Islands of Adventure

    • Volcano Bay (Waterpark)

    • CityWalk (Dining & Shopping)

  • SeaWorld

    • Sea World Park

    • Discovery Cove

    • Aquatica (Waterpark)

  • LegoLand

  • Busch Gardens

  • Kennedy Space Center

  • I-Drive Entertainment District 

     Theme parks and attractions are the core reason for Orlando’s status as a major global destination. The Walt Disney World and Universal Studios provide the largest appeal to Orlando vacationers with Walt Disney World reported 56 million combined visitors between their four parks in 2017, an increase of 3.7% over 2016, and Universal Studios Orlando reported 19.6 visitors between 3 parks in 2017, an increase of 2% over 2016.

     But that’s not all! There’s also SeaWorld offering up 3 parks including SeaWorld, Aquatica waterpark, and the chance to swim with dolphins at Discovery Cove. Within short driving distance the family can escape to LegoLand, feel the ultimate roller coaster rush of Busch Gardens, or have quite the out of this world experience at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral. In addition to theme parks, offers multiple entertainment options including Disney Springs, Universal CityWalk, TopGolf, and the I-Drive Entertainment District.




Universal Studios

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Kennedy Space Center

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