Orlandos Theme Parks from S to Z
ithe world's most
popular marine life adventure park, features 200-acres (80-hectares) of sea-themed shows,
attractions and rides, including Kraken, Orlando’s longest, tallest
and fastest floorless roller coaster. The recently opened Waterfront
is a 5-acre (2-hectare) village infused with the sights, sounds, flavor
and festivity of the most vibrant cities by the sea. Shows and animal
exhibits include polar bears, killer and beluga whales, manatees, sea
lions, penguins, dolphins and more.
the park famous for its Glass Bottom Boat ride and Fort King River Cruise,
encompasses the largest artesian limestone spring in the world. Other highlights
include bear, panther and crocodile exhibits; a children’s petting zoo; animal shows; a historical museum; and headline concerts.
is a two-story castle full of fright and fun. During the day, the show features
enchanted fun for all ages. At night, the show is full of scary entertainment with
live monsters, special effects, animatronics and unexpected encounters around every turn.
Orlando’s high-energy vertical wind tunnel, offers indoor skydiving where
visitors float on a column of air. No parachute, no jumping and no experience is necessary.
Titanic ~ The Exhibition
invites visitors to take a journey back in time to discover the splendor that is TITANIC.
Come aboard as a first class passenger on a one-hour guided tour. The unique,
interactive presentation allows visitors to share in the inspirational and personal stories of her passengers and crew.
Orlando’s only upside-down attraction, features more than 100 hands-on interactive exhibits.
Guests experience virtual reality and rock climbing as well as designing and riding their own roller coaster.