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Other Theme Parks

The theme parks in Florida are year-round attractions and there are quite a lot to choose from. Each offers a different type of adventure.

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SeaWorld Orlando

Sea World

Will be of interest especially to those of you that love ocean creatures such as Animal Encounters, and Whale and Dolphin shows. Sea World has four roller coasters including: Kraken, a floorless coaster, Mantu, and  Mako,
Other shows include Empire of the Penguin, Clyde & Seamore’s Sea Lion High show. and the 3D 360 TurtleTrek.

Legoland

in Winter Haven to the south of us. Is a favorite of young children (designed for children 2-12). Logoland is particularly attractive to children who love Lego Building blocks and of course the Lego Movies, as its rides and other activities celebrate the iconic building blocks. We took our 6 year old granddaughter here and she loved it, especially the rides where children drive their own cars. (Her father still remembers his car driving from a different Lego park when he was 8!) As adults we enjoyed the many buildings made of thousands of Legos. We also appreciated the less frenzy atmosphere here. It is more laid back with less crowds than the bigger parks and

Discovery Cove Orlando

A sister park of Sea World. Its natural environments allows you to interact with the wildlife. The Dolphin Lagoon gives guests 30 minutes to touch, play, swim, and even learn to communicate with a dolphin and ride its dorsal fin. In the Grand Reef – a recreation of a coral reef, home to thousands of fish and rays, where you can swim and snorkel among most of them. You can observe the reef sharks through safety glass. There is also a tropical river environment with freshwater animals like otters and marmosets, and a free flight aviary, with over 250 tropical birds. I’m looking forward to checking out this park!

If you haven’t had enough time at theme parks in The Orlando area you might like to consider

Bush Gardens

an African Themed animal park in Tampa with 9 themed areas. It combines world-class thrill rides, live entertainment, and more than 12,000 animals. Popular rides include: SheiKra a floor-less dive roller coaster, Stanley Falls Flume a log flume ride, Kumba a steel roller coaster with seven inversions. Congo River Rapids (water ride), Falcon’s Fury a drop tower, and Cheetah Hunt another roller coaster. A narrow gauge railway runs along the back of the park. Busch Gardens’ newest attraction, Cobra’s Curse, is a spinning roller coaster. Lots of roller coasters here.