Orlando is one of the most popular Spring Break vacation destinations for families, and vacationers will find lots of cool, new amusements to enjoy at Central Florida’s 4 monster theme parks. If you want the deluxe Orlando experience, veterans recommend 3 days at Disney World, 3 days at Universal Studios, 1 day at SeaWorld and 1 day at Legoland; although you’ll want to tailor your amusement park schedule to fit the ages and interests of your children.
Here are some of the exciting new amusements Orlando vacationers can look forward to this year:
- Disney World. Act out timeless fairy tales with your favorite Disney Princesses at Princess Parties. Epcot’s Test Track ride just got a high-tech update. Using computers, visitors design and then ride in their own Sim Cars. Waiting your turn for Fantasyland’s popular Dumbo ride just got easier. Kids can now play in an air-conditioned playground while waiting. Parents are given a restaurant-style buzzer that alerts them when it’s their turn to ride.
- Universal Studios. Join Gru and the Despicable Me minions on a hilarious new 3-D adventure, Minion Mayhem. Don’t miss the evening tribute show 100 Years of Movie Memories which brings your favorite movie scenes to life.
- Legoland Florida. Scenes from the popular film series and Clone Wars animated television series take center stage in a new, interactive Star Wars area.
- SeaWorld Orlando. TurtleTrek 3D lets visitors join a sea turtle’s incredible undersea journey via the world’s first 3-dimensional, 360-degree theater. Another must see is the Blue Horizon show where dolphins, tropical birds and acrobats perform together.
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