Top amusement parks in Orlando to experience this year

Universal Studios is one of the top amusement parks in Orlando

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Of all the family holiday destinations in the world, pharm few possess the enduring popularity that Orlando has. It experiences warm weather year round, making it perfect for families seeking a break from the drudgery of their daily lives. The following top amusement parks in Orlando will help you plan the best family holiday yet…

1) Walt Disney World

Start your trip in Orlando by exploring Walt Disney World. The most popular vacation resort in the world with 52 million visits annually, this park is home to most of the characters that has appeared in Disney films over the years.

Another draw are the amount of different rides and experiences one can have here. The Magic Kingdom is home to classic rides such as Space Mountain, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad and the spinning teacups, while EPCOT is home to exhibitions that explore the differences that exist between countries around the world.

Disney Hollywood Studios is home to sound stages and live performances, The Animal Kingdom is home to a variety of zoological exhibits, and the twin water parks of Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach contain plenty of fun slides & rides that will help to keep you cool under the relentless Florida sun.

2) Universal Studios

If you thought Walt Disney World was fun, then you will love Universal Studios. Based on the characters that have been created by this film studio over the years, a visit to Universal Studios will exhilarate you from start to finish.

Composed of the original Universal Studios park and Islands of Adventure, this attraction consists of a variety of rides and amusements that are designed to allow you to experience the movies in real life.

Live actors walk among the visitors here, with the likes of Doc Brown & Marty McFly, The Simpsons, and Scooby Doo and his crew (among others) all representing their films, making for a fun day for visitors of all ages.

3) Discovery Cove

If marine animals interest you, make time to see Discovery Cove. A sister park to Sea World, Discovery Cove is an interactive park where guests can interact with dolphins and other aquatic creatures in an intimate setting. As such, reservations are required for all visitors, as only 1,200 people are permitted in the park at any given time.

If you are down here on honeymoon, be sure to sign up for the Twilight Discovery option, as it comes with a gourmet dinner and drinks after your time in the water has ended.

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