History of Florida is a treasure trove for adults and kids as it has a ton of theme parks and water parks. Here are some of the popular ones and what they include
1) Magic kingdom
We bring to you disney vacation tips you need to know. Magic kingdom is one of the theme parks at the Walt Disney Resort. The whole theme park is divided into six areas or “lands” They are- Main Street, Adventureland, Frontier land, Liberty Square, Fantasyland and Tomorrowland. Main Street is like the introduction into the park, where the guests pass under the train station at the front. It is lined by shops and restaurants where the guests can buy souvenirs and dine on original American classic foods. Cinderella castle is seen at the end of the street. Adventureland is based on the exploration of strange and unknown lands like remote jungles around the world and has attractions related to the adventure theme including some like Pirates of the Caribbean and the Jungle cruise. To revisit the old Wild West, just take a trip to frontier land that has you go back in time to when cowboys and Native Americans roamed the streets. Liberty square is based on the American Revolution and Fantasyland is based on an old school carnival or fair and is known for its attractions like Peter Pan’s Flight, its A Small World and The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. Tomorrowland is what the vision of the future was in 1950, and is an intergalactic city with attractions that were imagined to be seen in the future like Space Mountain, the Tomorrow Speedway and the Astro Orbiter.
2) Universal’s Islands Of Adventure
It opened in 1999, along with CityWalk, as part of an expansion that converted Universal Studios Florida into the Universal Orlando Resort. It’s divided into 8 islands. The Port of Entry is the park’s main entrance area and also has the souvenir shop.
The Marvel Super Hero Island is based on superhero characters that are in Marvel comics. The architecture of the island is based on the areas described in the comics. There are various merchandise stores and restaurants here. Some of the rides include The Incredible Hulk rollercoaster, The amazing adventures of Spider Man and storm force accelatron.
The toon lagoon is the area of the park that has water rides and is based on a comic strip. Skull Island is the most recently opened, and is based on the movie Skull Island and has only one attraction- The Reign of King Kong. Jurassic Park is themed on the popular film series and has themed rides and attractions. Hogsmeade: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter is themed around the Harry Potter universe and has attractions like the Dragon Challenge, Flight of the Hippogriff, Hogwarts express and Ollivanders. The Lost Continent is themed on ancient myths and legends and is divided into two halves-an ancient Arabian marketplace called Sinbad’s Bazaar, and a Greek inspired Atlantis Lost city. The last island called Seuss Landing is based on the works of author Dr. Seuss that is very popular amongst children and young adults. Make this the perfect holiday by taking the family here!
This theme park is more suited towards children from ages 2 to 12 and has a garden and a water park. The entire park is based on the popular Lego toys and all the attractions and rides are designed like Legos. The park has several rides like the Dragon Coaster, Big rally, Beetle Bounce, etc. It also has a factory tour where you can see how Lego bricks are made, an immersive interactive play area called Lego Heroes and an exhibit where guests can build a Lego car and time them at an attraction called Build and Test. Lego land is a fun time for children even if they’re not familiar with the toys.
There are several other theme parks like these is Florida with attractions galore! Visit the theme parks in Florida and you’ll have a vacation you’ll never forget.
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