LEGOLAND Florida Resort

LEGOLAND Florida Resort is a family-friendly, 150-acre theme park located in Winter Haven, Florida, approximately 48 miles northeast of Orlando. LEGOLAND Florida consists of its famous theme park with twelve unique lands, the LEGOLAND Florida Water Park, the LEGOLAND Hotel, the brand new Pirate Island Hotel, and the Beach Retreat hotel (located just 0.5 miles away). With more than 50 […]

SeaWorld Orlando

SeaWorld Orlando first opened in 1973 and is known for its one-of-a-kind interactive animal experiences and rides for the whole family. At SeaWorld Orlando, there’s a perfect mix of unique events, family shows, thrilling rides, and incredible views. The park is home to one of Orlando’s fastest roller coasters as well as exhilarating water rides. Make a memorable trip with […]

Universal’s Volcano Bay

As Univeral’s only waterpark, Volcano Bay is built for thrills and plunges. With so many dierent waterslides and raft rides, you’re sure to get an adrenaline rush. There’s also a lazy river, pools, restaurants, and kids play areas for children. Consider staying at a Universal Orlando Resort for early access and free transportation to Volcano Bay. This park is closed […]

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter is probably our favorite part of the Universal Studios Orlando theme parks. The Wizarding World comes in two parts: Hogsmeade at Islands of Adventure and Diagon Alley at Universal Studios. If you want the full Wizarding World Experience, you’ll have to visit both parks—and we do recommend doing so. You can travel between the […]

Universal Islands of Adventure

Universal’s Islands of Adventure is as close as you can get to stepping right into your favorite movies. All of the lands are based around popular movie franchises or pop culture figures: Jurassic Park, Harry Potter, King Kong, Marvel, Popeye, and Dr. Seuss. However, there are fewer motion simulations in Islands of Adventure than in other parks. If you’re visiting […]

Universal Studios Florida

Universal Studios is all about blockbuster movies. It’s filled with lands that are a vintage slice of Hollywood and New York and rides themed on franchises like Men in Black, Fast and Furious, the Mummy, and the Simpsons.  Universal Studios has plenty of thrills for tweens, teens, and parents looking for a fun time. There are also two play areas […]

Animal Kingdom

Disney’s Animal Kingdom is a zoologically themed park featuring traditional attractions while also showcasing hundreds of species of live animals. This park includes four lands: Discovery Island, Pandora—the World of Avatar, Africa, and Asia. Age Group: Young Kids, Tweens, Teens, Adults Park Characteristics: Dierent from any other park, Animal Kingdom embodies the down-to-earth vibe. The newest part of this park […]


Epcot originally stood for Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow. Walt Disney wanted to create a utopian city that would be a model for other cities to come. Although the vision for this park has changed several times since, today Epcot is a celebration of all cultures. Its World Showcase features 11 pavilions—each themed and representative of a specific country. The […]

Hollywood Studios

Step back into the wild, wild west in Frontierland. Frontierland opened as one of Disneyland’s original lands. It is themed after the old western United States and home to Walt Disney’s favorite ride: Big Thunder Mountain  ailroad. While walking around Frontierland, look at the ground beneath you. You’ll see horseshoe prints and a  ath mimicking the old West sewage system. […]

Magic Kingdom

Since opening in 1971, the Magic Kingdom park is easily the most popular of any park in Disney World and is the most attended theme park in the world. It is ocially dubbed as the “Most Magical Place on Earth”. Magic Kingdom is plit into 6 themed lands: Main Street U.S.A, Adventureland, Frontierland, Liberty Square, Fantasyland and omorrowla Age Group: […]