Florida Theme Parks

    No matter how young, old or devastatingly terrified some of the scarier rides make you, each theme park in Florida has something for all. Check out FloridaHolidays.co.uk’s rundown of what’s on offer at the heart of the Sunshine State, and click on each destination for more information.

    Theme Parks

    Walt Disney World – Here you’ll encounter four magical theme parks, two water-parks, bars, restaurants, wine tours and lush golf courses! There’s a thrill for all ages in the world of Disney.

    Universal Studios – Be amazed by Universal’s two magnificent theme parks – the Studios as well as Islands of Adventure – and unwind by night at Universal’s CityWalk.

    Legoland – This 150-acre theme park is only 45 minutes away from downtown Tampa and located in plush Winter Haven. The ultimate family friendly theme park provides family rides, interactive engagement, restaurants, shows, lots of shopping opportunities and a spectacular landscape for the enjoyment of your family and kids between the ages of two to twelve.

    Water Parks

    Discovery Cove – Here you and the family can swim with dolphins, glide with rays and see shoals of tropical fish float above you during your SeaVenture. Feed birds in the aviary and lounge below the sun on white sandy beaches. There’s so much nature-filled fun to be had at the famous Cove of Discovery.

    SeaWorld – Dive deep below the surface to realise something beyond your own expectations. Venture over to the greatest marine life based zoological park and theme park in the world at SeaWorld.

    Aquatica –This aquatic water park is certainly like no other. See a world of sea life as you glide through underwater tubes or crash through rapids in your Aquatic adventures. You’ll also find white sandy beaches and playful Dolphins too. But the underwater tubes truly set this water park apart! Wet n Wild – Why not get down, wet ‘n wild at Orlando’s premier thrill-based water park, with a host of multi passenger rides to get the pulse racing.

     

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