PRIMARY Theme Parks

Busch Gardens, Tampa Bay

Experience up-close encounters with amazing animals, check out live entertainment, take an unforgettable safari across the Serengeti Plains, test your courage on pulse-pounding roller coasters. Busch Gardens has something for everyone and is only approximately 80 miles from the Orlando area.
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Kennedy Space Center

Complete your Orlando vacation with a visit to the Kennedy Space Center’s visitors complex.  This unique experience will bring you out of this world!  See giant rockets, meet veteran astronauts, even train in a space flight simulator!  Fun and educational for the whole family, just under 60 miles from the International Drive area of Orlando.
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The SeaWorld parks are LOADS of fun for all ages!  SeaWorld Orlando has many awe-inspiring and entertaining shows, including ‘Clyde and Seamore take Pirate Island’, ‘Believe’, ‘Shamu Rocks’, ‘Pets Ahoy’, and many more.  They also have educational, but fun exhibits where you can get up close to some animals you might not ever see otherwise.  Don’t forget the roller coasters for you thrill-seekers!
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Universal Islands of Adventure

At Islands of Adventure, live the adventure of a lifetime!  They bring your favorite stories to life with interactive attractions and shows and the newest state-of-the-art rides.  Only one more month to go until the June 18th Grand opening of the much-anticipated Wizarding World of Harry Potter!
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Universal Studios

A movie-themed park, Universal Studios Orlando boasts award-winning rides and attractions, including The Revenge of the Mummy, Men in Black and E.T. Adventure.  Here, you can jump into the action of your favorite movie or TV Show, even the new Simpsons Ride through Krustyland.
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Heading to Disney World? Disney strives to provide a memorable experience for every child, and has been consistently ranked as the most accommodating theme park in the U.S. for families of children with special needs. View the following link to a guide that provides information on the types of accommodations and services Disney provides for each type of disability. Planning a Trip to Disney for a Child with Disabilities or Medical Needs


Walt Disney World’s Animal Kingdom

Disney’s Animal Kingdom is the largest animal-themed park in the world!  It is home to more than 1,700 animals from 250 species and is full of attractions and entertainment.  There are 7 different areas to visit over 500 acres.
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Walt Disney World’s Epcot

Epcot is easily recognized by their signature “giant golf ball” icon, Spaceship Earth.  Epcot is divided into two sections:  Future World and World Showcase.  World Showcase is a collection of pavilions that showcase 11 different countries.  Future World’s attractions focus on technological advancements, innovation, and wonder.
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Walt Disney World’s Hollywood Studios

This Park, dedicated to entertainment, lets you be part of the action.  The streets of this 4-sectioned park blend together like a bustling movie set.  Live out your desire for stardom by participating in parades, being part of a rock ‘n’ roll fantasy and experiencing spectacular attractions based on blockbuster movies and top TV shows—all at Disney’s Hollywood Studios theme park where movie magic comes to life!
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Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom

The Magic Kingdom Park is fun for all ages and captures the enchantment of fairy tales, with classic attractions and beloved Disney characters.  Visit all 7 “lands” and discover the magic for yourself.  Don’t miss the elaborate fireworks displays and impressive parades.
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Last Updated on February 21, 2024