While the world currently faces the COVID-19 crisis by staying home and theme parks around the globe are closed, we can all collectively dream about riding our next rollercoaster once this over. And, we have just the destination for theme park lovers: Orlando, Florida. Students have multiple options when visiting Orlando as it is home to more than 12 theme parks.
Here is a brief overview of all you can do on your next trip to Orlando.
Beach lovers can head to the beach before or after their trip to one of the many theme parks in Orlando. You can also choose to explore museums and mingle with the locals.
If you choose to do only theme park activities, here are some of the best theme parks in the area:
Walt Disney World Resort
This complex has themed resort hotels, golf courses, Disney-themed rides, water parks and the popular Magic Kingdom. Other parks include Animal Kingdom, Epcot and Disney Hollywood Studios.
Universal Orlando Resort
This theme park also comes with the option for patrons to book rooms at the location so they can have fun from early in the morning to the park’s closing time. There are a lot of adventure spots and rides for visitors that will keep your days jam-packed with activities. Universal Studios Florida is located in the Universal Orlando Resort and has rides and restaurants as well as a production studio. This is an ideal spot for movie and TV lovers who wish to show their appreciation for entertainment even more. There are more than 12 themed rides based on movies of the past.
This park has a big, 400-foot-tall observation wheel that towers over Orlando. There are a bunch of small boutiques for shopaholics, and many attractions for adrenaline junkies, including the world’s tallest swing ride.
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