When most people think about theme parks in Orlando, they thinks Disney World and Universal Studies. What about including other theme parks in your next visit to Orlando to have different experiences?
Here are our alternative picks:
1. Kennedy Space Center
The Kennedy Space Center is for putting you into orbit. The Center offers you, through a tour, the closest public viewing of launches from Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Force. To go to the moon and back, you have the chance to get to know the life of the astronauts and the space missions carried out through history.
Location: Merritt Island, Florida
2. Aquatica Park
Located at SeaWorld south of Downtown Orlando, this parks it’s for you if you are devoted to ocean life and like to have fun within the water. The theme of the park is the South Pacific and the Australian and New Zealand pets. Aquatica is open all year round combined with SeaWorld.
Location: Water Play Way Orlando
This park is a paradise for kids and a great place for adults to go back to their childhood. This is the is the second-largest of the many theme parks around the globe based in the popular toy.
Location: 1 Legoland Way, Winter Haven, Orlando
Do you or your kids love nature, animals and reptiles? Gatorland is a thematic park and 110-acre wild reserve with so much fun for the whole family. This park offers exhibitions of huge lizards and crocodiles, shows with reptiles, a miniature aquatic park, nature walk, and so on.
Location: Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando.
5. Fun Spot America
Fun Spot America has four multi-level tracks for go-karts, a wheel of fortune, thrill rides, mechanical games for children, video games and candy stores.
Location: Fun Spot Way, Orlando
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