There are lots of people in both America and around the world who have been to Disney World as kids. But people actually forget that Disney World can also be a great destination for adults too.
Disney without kids? You bet.
Between Disney World, Universal Studios, and Sea World, There’s surely no shortage of attractions in the Orlando, Florida area. However, one that you may not have heard of yet is Gatorland, a 110-acre wildlife preserve and theme park dedicated to those iconic Floridian creatures, including four rare “white” leucistic alligators. The park opened its doors in 1949, and has remained family-owned ever since.
Is there a better way to spend a day than at a theme park? The rush of the roller coasters, the splash of the log flume, the crunch of a plate of fried dough, it’s all hard to beat. There are hundreds of amazing theme parks all across this country, in fact, it would take you years to be able to tackle them all!
Maybe that’s a challenge you’d love to accept?
In the meantime, with the summer in full swing, we figured we’d give you a list of some of the very best theme parks for families across the US. On your next vacation, you might want to make one (or all) of these theme parks your main destination, you won’t regret it!
While ghouls, ghosts and goblins lurk behind every door in most of the haunted houses across Central Florida, you won’t find any spooky surprises at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Walt Disney World Resort®.
With Halloween just around the corner, there are so many activities for children and parents to enjoy together throughout the month of October. Nothing beats getting into the spirit of the spooky holiday, especially when theme parks get involved in the festivities. For those who live near a Legoland, you are in luck! From the moment you step into the Halloween realm at Legoland, you’ll immediately be intrigued by the awe-inspiring masterpieces made out of, none other than Legos!