Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, is most often associated with the Magic Kingdom. That theme park was the first, but now there are several others and the number of hotels has expanded many times over. Walt Disney World has other entertainment options and activities that make it a popular destination for people of all ages.
Walt Disney World covers approximately 40 square miles of property in Florida's Orange and Osceola counties and is comprised of the following Disney parks:
| Magic Kingdom | Epcot | Disney’s Animal Kingdom | Disney’s Hollywood Studios | Typhoon Lagoon | Blizzard Beach |
At SeaWorld you can experience the awe-inspiring power and beauty of the sea and marine life. Get up-close to all of its mesmerizing creatures – gentle manatees, graceful dolphins, playful penguins, fascinating sharks and so much more. From the tiniest starfish to the ocean’s biggest star, Shamu the Whale.
SeaWorld is alive with the ocean’s wonders. Connect with the sea underwater and connect with the air on roller coaster adventures where you’ll brave watery beasts and feel like a flying ray.
The sea is a stage, where dolphins dance on water, whales swim in the sky, and spectacle and color are around every turn. Here, borders are erased and the possibilities are boundless.
Universal Orlando Resort is more than just a theme park. It’s an entire universe of action and thrills featuring not one, but two spectacular parks side-by-side with non-stop nightlife at Universal CityWalk.
At Universal Studios your family can step right into the greatest stories ever created and some of the most popular TV shows of all time!
You can also experience The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, explore Hogsmeade at Islands of Adventure, step inside Diagon Alley at Universal Studios and take a ride aboard the Hogwarts Express to travel between these two magical parks.
Visit Universal Studios and Universal's Islands of Adventure to give every member of the family an unforgettable experience.
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is a must see destination in Central Florida. Less than an hour east of Orlando, It provides a mixture of the past and the future, with rich historical references in each of the exhibits, coupled with a clear vision into the future, bolstered by the amazing images from both the International Space Station and the Hubble telescope.
Admission to ‘Kennedy’ includes all of the exhibits, attractions, the iMAX theatre tickets and a very comprehensive bus tour to the Saturn V Complex and also to the International Space Station facility.