If you are looking for a challenge, and don’t mind a little excitement, this Friday, May 22 will be the last night for the official Ihu’s Breakaway Falls challenge night. Since its debut, Ihu’s Breakaway Falls has been the focus of many challenges between friends and family. After all, it isn’t every day that you can drop from the tallest, steepest, longest tower slide in the southern United States! Trust me, it takes some nerve to go through with it.
Aquatica is open daily, however, this time of year it typically closes at 5:00 p.m. . That gives you plenty of time to attend Capone’s Dinner & Show (hint, hint) after experiencing this Orlando water park. Regular admission ticket price to Aquatica is $57. Not bad for an entire day, however, what if you’d like to pay less than half price to experience this new attraction? Make your reservation for Capone’s on Saturday (Save 50% on those tickets too!), and use Friday night to do the challenge at Aquatica. For only $25 you get to enter the water park at 4:00 and have access to all of the rides until 5:00. From 5:00 to 6:15 you’ll be treated to a picnic meal at Banana Beach Cookout, then at 6:15 the big challenge begins. Ihu’s Breakaway Falls and some of the other popular rides will be open until 8:00 p.m.
For more information about Challenge Night, go to aquaticabyseaworld.com.
As for your Saturday night plans, you can experience Capone’s for half price and get the entire experience! Half price tickets are only $31.99 for adults and $19.99 for kids (4-12). Since you’ll be saving so much money on your discount tickets to the Orlando water park, why not upgrade your ticket to Capone’s? For an additional $11/adult and $8/child, you’ll be treated like a V.I.P. Get the best seats in the house!
For more information about Capone’s visit alcapones.com.
Sunday: Orlando Fringe Festival
Now that you have Friday and Saturday nights planned, what will you do on Sunday? The wise guys and gals recommend you check out the Orlando Fringe Festival. Most of the Fringe’s venues are located in or near the City of Orlando’s Loch Haven Park. The festival runs through May 25. If you haven’t experienced this type of theater, we challenge you to!
Read more about this unique theater experience on an updated post. Now if your week isn’t challenging enough, you’ll have plenty lined up for the weekend!