Spring Break in Orlando

Spring Break in Orlando is a popular destination choice for families and college-age adults alike.  It’s no surprise, with all the fun things to do in Orlando! Regardless of the ages in your family or group, there is something for everyone in Orlando during Spring Break.

Spring Break in Orlando Theme Parks

Disney World is celebrating 50 years and there is plenty to see and do at their theme parks. This year, families can enjoy the Epcot Flower and Garden Festival at Disney World.  This festival showcases some amazing topiary figures of Disney characters, as well as beautiful and colorful displays of flowers, live music, kids’ games, outdoor kitchens, and more.

Jurassic World VelociCoasterDepending upon when your Spring Break is, Universal Studios Orlando will most likely still be celebrating Mardi Gras. Street performers, free concerts, parades (on select nights), Cajun cuisine, and New Orleans bands in the French Quarter are just a few of the features to enjoy. Did you know? A limited number of spots on the parade floats are available for you to toss beads to the crowd! Depending upon your age, you will also enjoy the new VelociCoaster now open in Jurassic Park.

SeaWorld Orlando is always a great place to visit, and during Spring Break they have many special events to enjoy. These include the Seven Seas Food Festival, Mardi Gras, and a St. Patrick’s Day Celebration. You won’t want to miss out on riding one of the most anticipated rides of 2022 – the Ice Breaker roller coaster!

Other Spring Break Venues

Everyone is hopeful that the Spring Training games will begin soon. The Grapefruit League plays at several locations throughout Florida. A few are within a few hours’ drive from Orlando.

Orlando Science Center offers Spring Break camps for members and non-members with kids grades K-5. These camps are always great fun with loads of learning. The center will also be hosting a Kids Night at the Museum on Saturday, March 5, 2022.

Springs & State Parks such as Wekiwa Springs and Blue Spring State Park offer a full day of fun in the sun and water. Of course, you can always take a short trip to one of Central Florida’s beaches. Cocoa Beach, Daytona Beach, and Clearwater Beach are ideal for families or college-aged spring breakers.

Spring Break Events: If you are looking for some fun events to attend over spring break, check out My Area 407’s featured list of events. They list festivals, camps, concerts, bar specials and more.

Spring Break in Orlando

When you arrive at Capone’s be prepared! All of the cast is in character at all times. This can be a fun time for that rowdy bunch of yours to cut loose and have some fun. Those that tend to be a fuddy-duddy, well, leave them at home or in the hotel. This is a blast from the past for anyone looking to have FUN on Spring Break. You know the type, the wise guy that writes a message using sunscreen on a BFF that has passed-out in the sun.

Enjoy Orlando/Kissimmee

Take this time to enjoy the great primary theme parks, as well as many lesser-known attractions.  You can find a complete listing of all the attractions: primary, secondary, water parks, museums, animal attractions, natural attractions, etc. in our attractions guide.  Spring break is also a great time of year to take advantage of some of the great shows listed in our dinner show guide, including the fabulous Capone’s dinner and show. Use the following link to get 50% off your tickets!

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