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Our Guide: Florida Theme Parks & Attractions

The Sunshine State is home to some of the world’s greatest theme parks – in fact, one of Orlando’s popular nicknames is “Theme Park Capital of the World”. This is because amongst the most famous of the Florida theme parks is Walt Disney World, which comprises four different and utterly unique parks; Universal Orlando, which boasts another four; plus a wealth of others including water parks, SeaWorld and Florida’s own Legoland.

But it’s worth remembering that many of Florida theme parks are massive, and will likely require more than one or two days to get around each one individually. Make sure you allow yourself plenty of time to discover the secrets and hidden gems of the different attractions – theme parks are big business here in Florida, and the passionate teams responsible for the running of the parks have been known to add their own small touches and secret treasures throughout!

We will take you through the many, many parks across the state. From Walt Disney World to Busch Gardens, as well as the smaller parks you may not have heard of. You’ll find information you need to get the most out of your visit, including tips on how to see the best park attractions, where to find the best food, and when you can take your favorite rides without having to stand in line. Take a look and find your perfect theme park trip!

Orlando Florida Theme Parks

Orlando is the perfect choice for families who love Florida theme parks. The most popular and famous is Walt Disney World.

There are dozens of other theme parks in Orlando, including Universal Studios and Universals Island of Adventures, Sea World, Aquatica and Legoland.

Walt Disney World Resort

Walt Disney World Resort in Florida is home to magnificent theme parks, a destination for families to meet their favourite characters, climb the 180 foot Space Mountain and ride the flumes of Splash Mountain. When it comes to parades, Disney offers the best in extravagant costumes, colourful floats and of course, music. Visitors can watch magical processions along Main Street with the fairy-tale fortress creating the perfect backdrop.

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Universal Studios Florida

Universal Studios is made up of 2 theme parks – the Universal Studios Florida and the Universal’s Island of Adventures. Enjoy the Incredible Hulk Coaster, Shrek and The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. With everything from state of the art rollercoasters to themed dining and shopping, there is something for everyone. But when visiting, be sure to plan in advance to take advantage of any special offers up for grabs.

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Sea World Florida Theme Parks

Sea World Orlando combines an educational experience with all the fun of theme parks. Be sure to visit the chilling Antarctica: Empire of the Penguins where you can meet the South Pole Penguins. Or if you fancy something a little toothier, visit the largest underwater viewing tunnel at Shark Encounter!

Enjoy the lagoon swimming pools and tropical hotel gardens at the Doubletree by Hilton Orlando at SeaWorld on your visit.

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