Orlando Travel Guide

 

 
Orlando, Florida, is a magnet for families and thrill-seekers that flock to its many theme parks and attractions.

Orlando’s most famous theme park, and perhaps its most magical, is Walt Disney World. Another popular attraction is Legoland, where you can marvel at miniature replicas of local attractions, including The Kennedy Space Center. The real Space Center is to the east of the city on Merritt Island.

Wet’n’Wild is one of the oldest and most popular water parks in the country. SeaWorld offers more thrilling rides and the chance to spend time with dolphins, belugas and other sea life.

The upside-down building at WonderWorks tricks the senses, while at Universal Studios fans can discover The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. In the evening, the Universal Orlando Resort offers an array of live shows and dinner options.

With so many great attractions to choose from, it’s no wonder 50 million people come to sunny Orlando each year for an unforgettable, action-packed holiday.