All-Day Orlando Adventures

family watching SeaWorld Orlando dolphin

Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando, SeaWorld and Legoland Florida are ideal for filling a whole day in Orlando, but water parks, major shopping districts and other all-day options are also waiting for you.

Theme Parks

Disney’s Animal Kingdom®: Thanks to Pandora, the new land devoted to James Cameron’s Avatar, there’s even more reason to roar for Disney’s homage to the majesty of nature.

Disney’s Hollywood Studios®: Hollywood’s today, tomorrow and yesterday are yours to explore, along with fun rides, special shows and the biggest Star Wars presence at any Disney park.

Epcot®: Travel into the future and around the world at Disney’s tribute to the endless possibilities of imagination. Come in spring or fall, respectively, for the Flower & Garden and Food & Wine festivals.

Legoland® Florida Resort: Designed for families with children ages 2 to 12, this is the world’s largest Legoland park. Rides, shows and interactive fun abound, as do dining and shopping opportunities.

Magic Kingdom®:The most magical place on Earth continues to live up to its reputation, and then some. Experience the rides, shows, fireworks and more that have made this the world’s most famous theme park.

SeaWorld® Orlando: Experience high-octane thrills on roller coaster rides like Kraken Unleashed, Mako and Manta, and come face-to-face with sea life at exhibits such as the heartwarming Dolphin Nursery, among other options.

Universal Studios® Florida: The Transformers, Harry Potter, The Simpsons and other entertainment icons are all part of the magic that makes Universal’s original Orlando park one of the area’s best.

Universal’s Islands of Adventure®: Rides and attractions based on top, pop-culture properties, including Spider-Man, Harry Potter, Jurassic Park, Dr. Seuss and more, can be found at Universal’s second park.

Water Parks

Aquatica, SeaWorld's Waterpark waterslide race

Aquatica®: Rivers, lagoons, thrilling water rides, 42 slides (including the multi-drop Breakaway Falls) and 84,000 square feet of white, sandy beaches can be found at SeaWorld® Orlando’s water park.

Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park: Presenting a vision of a ski resort that melted in the Florida sun, this park turns slalom courses, toboggan runs and ski lifts into an aquatic adventure.

Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park: At this park you can experience the aftermath of a typhoon’s wake, complete with nine waterslides and the world’s largest artificially created waves.

Legoland® Florida Water Park: Adjacent to the main Legoland theme park, the water park features a lazy river, tube slides, body slides and interactive water-play structures.

Universal’s Volcano Bay Water Park: Relax, indulge yourself and find adventure at this brand-new park, built around the looming presence of a tropical volcano.

Attractions

Kid on dad shoulders in Kennedy Space Center Orlando

Discovery Cove®: This all-inclusive SeaWorld resort provides the opportunity to swim with dolphins and tropical fish, enjoy relaxing lagoons and lush landscaping, and feast on fully prepared snacks and meals.

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex: See the spacecraft that carried humanity to the stars, just an hour from downtown Orlando. Depending on when you visit, you might even catch a live rocket launch.

Shopping, Dining & Entertainment

Family at Grand Court in The Mall at Millenia, Orlando, Florida

Disney Springs: Disney Springs is bigger and better than ever, with four fascinating neighborhoods to explore. You’ll find dining, shopping and entertainment options throughout to fit every budget.

The Florida Mall: Central Florida’s largest shopping center is close to the theme parks and Orlando International Airport. It offers top brands and amenities, including a 3,000-square-foot kids’ play zone.

The Mall at Millenia: Find 150 of the finest retailers and restaurants, including 40 market-exclusive shops, at this glamorous mall just a short distance from Universal Orlando.

Sports, Recreation & Outdoors

Orlando Wetlands Park: The world’s first, man-made wetland, complete with a dizzying array of flora and fauna, is located about 30 minutes east of downtown Orlando.

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