Family Attractions In Orlando

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Living in South Florida means you get a cool breeze from the ocean and you live less than four hours away from a number of theme parks. Did you know there’s more than just Walt Disney World in Orlando? In fact, there’s a list of theme parks to visit in Central Florida, including Legoland.

With discounts from Florida Ticket Station, it’s a lot easier to start planning more family vacations. Some even include parking as well!
You can get 1- to 10-Day Magic Your Way tickets to Walt Disney World. Each ticket grants you access to the following theme parks (one park per ticket, per day):

    • Magic Kingdom® Park
    • Epcot®
    • Disney’s Hollywood Studios®
    • Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park
    • Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park
    • Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park

Orlando Discounted Theme Parks and Attractions - Florida Ticket Station

If you’re looking to spend two or more days in Orlando and would like to visit more than one park a day, then we recommend the Park Hopper option. This admission grants you access to one or more of the following theme parks for each day of the Ticket:

  • Magic Kingdom® Park
  • Epcot®
  • Disney’s Hollywood Studios®
  • Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park

Please note that a ticket can be purchased for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 days, and expires 14 days after the date of first use of the ticket.  Parking is not included.

More Than Theme Parks
If you’re booking a trip to Orlando and would like to try something other than a theme park, then head over to the Florida Ticket Station website. There, you’ll find more family attractions for you to enjoy such as water sports, airboats, nature tours, specialty tours, guided tours, animal attractions, and even the Victory Casino Cruise.

For those of you looking for a little more, like a trip to Crayola Experience or the Kennedy Space Center, feel free to head over to the Florida Ticket Station and book your next family trip.

So go on, and decide on what memories you’d like to create with your loved ones. It’s never too early to start planning a family vacation! We’re already looking into family trips for the summer with our boys. 


  1. I love to visit Orlando!! There is literally so much to do here, that it is impossible to see everything in a week! I would love to visit for a whole month.

    1. Agree! Every time I look at the list, I just can’t imagine anyone trying to book everything for a week or so. A good two to three weeks is suffice.

  2. My aunt and uncle lived in Orlando for a few years when I was a teenager (he was in the Navy and stationed there). I used to go visit them in the summer. Since he was Navy, we got good military discounts to parks, so I got to visit quite a few that Orlando had to offer. I do love Disney, but there is so much more to do there than just that!

    1. That’s awesome! I’ve never been, and I can’t wait to take the boys for the first time in the next couple of months or so.

  3. i have been to disney 4times in LA i guess now i should go visit orlando one too…thanx for sharing

  4. Though I love Disney, I should say Universal studios is my favorite place! I would just go there just for the butter beer 😀

    1. Butter Beer?! I have to go now!

  5. Holy crap! That ride in the photo looks crazy! I want to ride it! haha!

    1. Doesn’t it?! I thought the same

  6. Such a good place to bring my kids! I bet being there was so much fun. I would love to go there soon

    1. I thought the same! I can’t wait to book our trip soon.

  7. Orlando is the pace to be, Fatima! It seems so colorful and fun!

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