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Orlando is the ultimate playground for kids and anyone who is a kid at heart. Wish upon a star at the Magic Kingdom, then head to the heart-pumping rides at a water park. To top it all off, travel to the stars at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral.

Walt Disney World Resort

This mothership of entertainment landed in Florida in 1971 and has been luring the masses ever since. There are four theme parks, including the Magic Kingdom, and two water parks.

Magic Kingdom

It's the world's most visited theme park, welcoming over 19 million visitors a year to its six individual "lands." Liberty Square reflects small-town Colonial America in 1776.


Spaceship Earth, the iconic symbol of the park, is a virtual time machine that whisks visitors on a journey of human communication, spanning millennia in just 15 minutes.

Disney's Animal Kingdom

It's one of the world's largest animal theme parks. The Kilimanjaro Safari takes visitors in a vehicle through the open spaces, where elephants, antelope and others roam freely.

Disney's Hollywood Studios

The park features eight themed sections of Tinsletown, complete with a Hollywood Blvd. "The Great Movie Ride" at the Chinese Theater honors classic films, like the Wizard of Oz.

Islands of Adventure

This is the place to explore the "Wizarding World of Harry Potter" and "Hogsmeade." Discover the magic of Hogwarts and get a thrill from other wizarding moments.

Wet 'n Wild

Take it easy on the Lazy River, or experience a rush while plummeting six stories down a vertical slide. The park certainly lives up to its name with hair-raising rides.


The Dolphin Plunge at Sea World sends you barreling through a tube in the underwater world of Commerson's dolphins. These sprightly creatures will whiz right along with you, too.

Discovery Cove

The park offers the ultimate experience to swim with dolphins in a tranquil lagoon. Swimmers can also get up-close to frisky, freshwater otters and explore marine life in a reef.

Kennedy Space Center

What a place to learn about the US space program! A replica of the external tank and two rocket boosters towers 184 feet over the entrance to the Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibition.

Planning Your Orlando Visit

Walt Disney World Resort opening hours and tickets

Admission only to the Magic Kingdom costs $105, and $97 to either EPCOT, Disney's Animal Kingdom Park or Disney's Hollywood Studios. There are also multi-day passes, and it's possible to add a Park Hopper Option ($64) for same-day entry to all four theme parks. The Magic Kingdom is open from 9:00AM-12:00AM; EPCOT from 9:00AM-9:00PM; Disney's Hollywood Studios from 8:00AM-10:00PM; Disney's Animal Kingdom from 9:00AM-6:00PM.

Universal Orlando tickets and opening hours

A day-pass for single park admission for either Islands of Adventure or Universal Studios costs $102 (adult) and $97 (child). A one-day pass for both parks is $147 (adult) and $142 (child). A single ticket for Wet 'n Wild is $47, but it's also possible to add this park to a multi-day pass to combine all three ($242 adult) or two of the three ($197 adult). The park is open daily from 9:00AM, but evening closing times vary according to the season.

Discovery Cove and Aquatica tickets and opening hours

"The day resort price costs $249 and $399 for the dolphin experience. The price includes entry to Sea World and Aquatica and Sea World's Waterpark. You can book the day and package in advance online. Discovery Park is open daily from 8:00AM-5:30PM. A day-pass at Aquatica is $47 when you book in advance online and receive the 10% discount. The park opens at 9:00AM, but evening closing times vary according to the season."

Kennedy Space Center tickets and opening hours

"The KSC is open daily from 9:00AM-6:00PM. Admission costs $50 for adults and $40 for children. You can book your tickets in advance online and select the date and entry time. Location: Cape Canaveral is about an hour away by car from Orlando."

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    Summers are hot and humid, so if you can, delay your trip until October, when the weather is warm and the summer crowds are gone.

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What People Are Saying About Orlando

Wonderful experience that no one should miss.

I had a extremely great time that I have waited a lifetime for! I'm sorry I waited so long to do this! I have followed the entire space program my entire life and was heart broken when the Space Shuttle program was ended. Mainly because I had always wanted to be there when it launched. I will never put off such an important dream again.
Kennedy Space Center Admission Ticket Reviewed by Brian, 10/17/2016

Voucher process was confusing once we arrived!

Activity was great, but obtaining tickets via mobile vouchers was a nightmare. Just purchase tickets when you arrive. We spent 30 minutes trying to get our tickets after arriving at will call window! Not a smooth transaction!
Kennedy Space Center Admission Ticket Reviewed by Jay, 08/12/2016

Unforgetable visit to Kennedy Space Center

A perfect day at KSC. Great site-tour, interesting films about the space shuttle program and an unforgetable meeting with a real astronaut !
Kennedy Space Center Full-Day Tour Reviewed by Jaroslaw, 08/01/2016

Saved so much money visiting one of the most magical places on earth!

At the time we wanted to go to Disney theme parks the price would not have been feasible. I therefor did my bargain hunting and found this to be what we were looking for instead of buying direct from Disney's website or at the gates. **Disney prices may be subject to change at anytime. Disney did give emailed confirmation of the tickets which we gave to back to them in a printed out PDF attachment on first day at the Disney Ticketing and Transportation Center (TTC). From there, we used Disney's park physical pass card for entry each day. We were able to attend all parks as expected... one park per day with the Base ticket option!
Orlando: Walt Disney World 5-Day Pass Reviewed by Brendan, 04/26/2016

Great airboat ride, interesting wildlife=fun day out with the kiddos.

The people at the park were great, friendly, and helpful. Captain John was our guide and he did his best to get us to see some alligators, taking us not only out on the lake but down the canal to another area where yes, we say some small gators. The wildlife park was very interesting, but of course in the heat we all were tired, especially the animals. This place really is 'out in the middle of nowhere' which is exactly what we wanted for the wildlife tour. The Chomp House eatery could use some upgrading, in our opinion--the cashier didn't know the difference between a head of iceberg and leaf lettuce, so one of us ended up with a $9 box of iceberg lettuce and dressing. The 'corndog' is really little pigs in blankets, so for $55 for four of us we really didn't get much. I realize it is just a 'fun day out', but I still expect a little better value for money. The local sand hill cranes and peacocks were fun dinner partners, but will snatch your plates from you in a second.

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