Florida Attractions



Florida attractions are listed below in alphabetical order.


Universal Studios Orlando
Islands Of Adventure
Wet n’ Wild Water Park



Universal Studios Orlando is a massive 400+ acre vacation destination with thrilling rides, production studios, film sets, a water park and onsite luxury hotels.

Located within the Universal Orlando Resort area, this Florida attraction features four exciting entertainment experiences in one location and includes over 40 exciting rides and 3-D shows based on pop culture's most compelling films and television shows.



Universal as a company has been known for terror for many years, and with its emphasis on Universal's legendary film catalog, Universal Studios Orlando does not disappoint.

Thrill seekers will love the action and adventure lurking around every corner and the many rides and attractions that make them feel like they are living out some of their favorite scenes.

A 'Ride the Movies' concept links all the attractions found throughout Universal Studios' four distinct areas listed below:

Universal Studios Orlando has six themed sections in a Hollywood back lot area where guests can enjoy attractions based on some Hollywood favorites.

Production Central features the attractions "Shrek 4-D" and "Jimmy Neutron's Nicktoon Blast".

The New York area features the popular "Revenge Of The Mummy - the Ride" roller coaster.

Hollywood is where live action stunts and special effects come together in "Terminator 2: 3-D".

The San Francisco/Amity area is where guests can participate in live shows like "Fear Factor Live".

World Expo features the interactive ride, "Men In Black Alien Attack" while the Woody Woodpecker's KidZone allows guests to board flying bikes and cross the sky in the "E.T. Adventure".

Islands of Adventure offers a journey through five islands where attractions feature favorite comic books, cartoon heroes and children's stories. High tech thrills include the "Incredible Hulk" and "Dueling Dragons" coasters along with the "Jurassic Park River Adventure". During the Jurassic adventure, guests board boats and try to escape from the Raptor Containment Area full of animatronic dinosaurs and end up shooting down an eight-story drop into a pool below. For the younger ones, attractions include" The Adventures Of Spider-Man" at Marvel Superhero Island and "The Cat In The Hat" ride at Seuss Landing.

Universal Studios City Walk is a 30–acre entertainment complex offers live music, famous name restaurants and nightclubs, unique shopping and a 20 screen AMC Universal Cineplex. Conveniently located at the entrance to both theme parks, it also contains world-class film and television production facilities.

Wet 'n Wild Water Park features a variety of tube rides like the "Bomb Bay" and "Der Stuka" extreme speed slides and "The Storm" water coaster. Multi-person tube rides include the "Brain Wash" funnel ride, the "Disco H2O" raft adventure, the "Surge" and the "Bubba Tub". Other raft rides include the "The Flyer" and "The Blast" toboggan rides and the new "Black Hole: The Next Generation". The water park also has plenty of kid-friendly attractions like the "Bubble Up" inflatable bouncer and the tipping bucket, shallows and slides of the "Kids Park".

Single admission tickets and FlexTickets are available for all the parks. Visit our Travel Deals page and start planning your next trip to Universal Studios Orlando.

For more information on this Florida theme park, please contact:

Universal Studios Orlando
Islands Of Adventure
Wet n’ Wild Water Park
1000 Universal Studios Plaza
Orlando, FL 32819
(407) 363-8000
www.universalorlando.com



Wannado City

Wannado City is America’s first indoor role-playing theme park for kids located in Sunrise, Florida. It is named after the slogan, "Where kids do what they wanna do” and is a replica of an actual scaled-down city where kids can explore different professions.

Wannado City comprises more than 140,000 square-feet and allows kids ages 4 to 11 to role-play in up to 250 professions in 60 venues. Each venue is sponsored by a real business and operates under the guidance of coaches who teach the kids basic skills and games.

Both educational and entertaining, Wannado City theme park transports kids to a world of their own. Occupations include firefighters, archaeologists, chefs, lawyers, TV anchors, doctors, bankers, pilots and police officers.

For more information on this Florida theme park, please contact:

Wannado City
12801 West Sunrise Boulevard
Sunrise, FL 33323
1-888-WANNADO
www.wannadocity.com



Weeki Wachee Springs
& Buccaneer Bay Water Park

Weeki Wachee Springs is a one-of-a-kind theme park located in Spring Hill, Florida that also includes a water park.

Since the first show at the Weeki Wachee Springs underwater theater opened in October of 1947, it has become known as “The City of Live Mermaids” and a truly original piece of Florida’s rich heritage.

The world famous mermaid shows “The Little Mermaid” and “Fish Tails” are performed daily.

Guests can pose with mermaids and even swim in the spring with the new Sea Diver program. Also featured is the Misunderstood Creatures animal show and the river boat cruise down the Weeki Wachee River.

This small Florida theme park is home to more than just mermaids. A family of peacocks roams the grounds while turtles, fish, manatees, otters and even an occasional alligator swim in the spring with the mermaids.

Mermaid Camp is held during the summer for kids who dream of becoming a little mermaid or a merman.

Weeki Wachee’s Buccaneer Bay Water Park is Florida's only spring-fed water park and has constant 72 degree spring water. The park features a white sand beach, flume rides, beach volleyball and a kiddie pool.

For more information on this Florida theme park, please contact:

Weeki Wachee Springs & Buccaneer Bay Water Park
6131 Commercial Way
Spring Hill, FL 34606
352-596-2062
www.weekiwachee.com



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