When people hear the name Orlando, they automatically associate the name of the city with the most outstanding amusement parks in the world. Although Disneyland is a classic, it does not compare to the sheer volume of theme parks that you will see in the city. It is because of how many there are that people that travel there become a bit confused as to where to go. They are not sure if they should start with Disney World, and once they do that, trying a second theme park might be a hard choice to make.
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Is It Hard To Choose Between All Of The Theme Parks?
The easiest way to answer this question has to do with how long your vacation is. For example, if you happen to be lucky enough to spend a few weeks in Orlando, you could probably go to one every day and not see them all. That’s why, if you are only going to be staying for a week, or perhaps just a few days, you need to make the right choices. Although there is so much to choose from, here are three that you should consider visiting if you want to do something other than see a Disney theme park.
The Island Of Adventures From Universal Studios
One of the main reasons that this has become one of the most popular is because of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. There are still many fans of this book and movie that wish more of them would be made. You can also go on a Jurassic Park River adventure which is absolutely outstanding, and there are characters from Dr. Seuss that have come alive.
If you have younger children, the next best place to go is called LEGOLAND. These amusement parks are extremely enjoyable, especially for smaller children. It is on 150 acres, making it one of the larger ones that you will visit while you are there. There are a total of about 50 rights, plus shows and attractions that are perfect for kids up to the age of 12.
Those that enjoy going to the ocean are absolutely going to love this attraction. Although the attendance is limited to 1300 a day, it is because you can see all the incredible animals up close. You will get to interact with dolphins, tropical fish, stingrays, exotic birds, and sea otters that are absolutely outstanding. Best of all, this theme park makes everything all-inclusive. That means if you decide to go in the water, you are not going to have to worry about snorkeling equipment, or even finding towels.
As you can probably imagine, there are going to be many others on your list. If you haven’t been to any of the parks in Orlando, these three will entertain you and your family. You may also want to head over to Disney’s Animal Kingdom, or Universal Studios Florida. Of course, you cannot travel to Disneyland unless you go to Disney’s Magic Kingdom. It is the counterpart to the one in Anaheim, and despite its smaller size, you will certainly enjoy your time there.
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