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Tour the theme parks and attractions while connecting with loved ones and friends. See, Orlando brings groups together and strengthens relationships at the same time. So get thrilled. And get happy. Just make sure you get a group together and discover Orlando attractions.

Note to Guides: While many assume that Magic Kingdom was the first Orlando theme park, the honors actually go to Cypress Gardens in nearby Winter Haven, which opened in 1936 and was made famous by its Southern Belles and water ski spectacular. The original park is now closed, but has been transformed into LEGOLAND Florida, opened in October 2011.

Walt Disney's Magic Kingdom opened in 1971. With an estimated 17 million visitors in 2007, it is the most visited theme park in the world. SeaWorld was the next Orlando park to open in 1973, followed by Epcot in 1982 and Disney-MGM Studios (now called Disney's Hollywood Studios) in 1989. In 1990, Universal Studios Florida opened its doors and it would be eight years before the next park, Disney's Animal Kingdom Park opened in 1998. One year later, Universal followed suit with a new park called Islands of Adventure. Discovery Cove, offering a unique dolphin-swim experience, joined the parks scene in 2000, followed by Aquatica, SeaWorld's water park in 2008.


Morning, Afternoon & Evening options - or purchase a Walt Disney World Park Hopper Pass to enjoy multiple parks in one day:

Disney's Magic Kingdom 
The world of "make-believe" comes alive in the Magic Kingdom, where new adventures, fantasy, and fun surround you in seven wondrous lands of enchantment with more than 40 incredible attractions and shows.

Disney's Animal Kingdom Park
Celebrate creatures real and imaginary at this one-of-a-kind theme park. Take a wildlife safari through the savannahs of Africa, see exotic white tigers in Asia and experience thrilling rides like Expedition Everest and DINOSAUR.

Dedicated to international culture and technological innovation, Epcot combines two parks in one. Epcot's World Showcase lets you explore 11 diverse countries in one afternoon, while attractions like Mission: SPACE and Test Track provide futuristic thrills. Don't miss the Soarin' ride, which takes you on a hang-gliding adventure over famous California landmarks.

Disney's Hollywood Studios
This theme park grants you a backstage pass to the magic of movies with exciting shows like Lights, Motors, Action Stunt Show and High School Musical 2. Rides like Toy Story Mania, complement favorites like Rock 'n' Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith and Tower of Terror.


Morning & Afternoon options:

Universal's Islands of Adventure 
Feel the rush of adrenaline as you experience Universal's Islands of Adventure, where you'll take a journey through five uniquely-themed islands - Seuss Landing, The Lost Continent, Jurassic Park, Toon Lagoon and Marvel Super Hero Island. Don't miss The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk Coaster and Jurassic Park River Adventure.

Universal Studios Florida 
Jump into the action of the movies and TV with exciting rides like The Simpsons Ride, Shrek 4-D, Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem, Revenge of the Mummy, MEN IN BLACK: Alien Attack and E.T. Adventure. Shows like Fear Factor Live, Animals on Location and Beetlejuice's Graveyard Revue offer downtime between thrill rides.


Blue Man Group Orlando 
With an eclectic mix of live music, imaginative percussion instruments, comedy and multi-media theatrics, Blue Man Group provides one-of-a-kind interactive entertainment for all ages.


Note to Guides: Although Orlando is located in the center of the Florida, one hour from the Atlantic Coast and two hours from the Gulf of Mexico, there's no shortage of sparkling water and sandy beaches. Thanks to some innovative theme parks and water parks, you can enjoy the sun, sand and surf without ever leaving town.

Morning & Afternoon options:

Aquatica - SeaWorld's Waterpark 
At SeaWorld's new one-of-a-kind water park, enjoy up-close animal experiences with Commerson's dolphins, brilliant macaws and colorful fish. Splash and play on 36 water slides and six rivers and lagoons, then hit the wide sandy beaches for some refreshments, rest and relaxation.

Discovery Cove 
Spend the day at a tropical oasis, where you can swim and interact with gentle bottlenose dolphins, swim with colorful fish and rays, hand-feed exotic birds and relax on white, powdery beaches.

SeaWorld Orlando 
Combining live animal and marine mammal shows, educational hands-on animal interactions and thrilling rides and coasters, SeaWorld offers fun for all age groups. Don't-miss attractions include Manta; Kraken, and Mako, Orlando's tallest and fastest coaster; and Blue Horizons, a colorful display of human and animal acrobatics.


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