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Family-Friendly Fun in Orlando

Orlando is the ultimate family-friendly destination. Interactive exhibits, educational activities, and meet and greets with some of the most beloved characters make our city perfect for multi-generational vacations. Whether you are traveling with tots or teens, or are young at heart, these family-friendly attractions in Orlando should be at the top of your bucket list.

Crayola Experience

http://www.crayolaexperience.com/orlando

The Crayola Experience is an interactive attraction featuring 26 activities where the family works together to create an exciting and colorful journey. The hands-on experience uses technology to enhance the experience, enabling visitors to bring their ideas to life with melted wax or even design their own special Crayola crayon. At $24.99 plus tax per person for general admission (with free parking), the attraction provides great value for the entire family. Guests should plan on spending about three to four hours checking out everything the Crayola Experience has to offer.

SeaLife Aquarium

https://www.visitsealife.com/orlando/

SeaLife Orlando is a one-of-a-kind aquarium located in the shadows of the impressive ICON Orlando attraction. Make no mistake though, this aquarium is bright with all kinds of aquatic life, from stingrays to seahorses and almost everything in between. They even have interactive rockpools where visitors can touch sea anemone and starfish. Online tickets start at $25.50 for adults, and there are options available for bundling with admission to the adjacent Madam Tussauds and ICON Orlando.

WonderWorks

https://www.wonderworksonline.com/orlando/

WonderWorks brands themselves as “an amusement park for the mind,” a description that is remarkably accurate. This local attraction gets your mental gears turning and fires up your imagination with over 100 “edu-tainment” exhibits divided up into themed zones such as Space Discovery, Natural Disasters, and the “Far Out Art Gallery.” The top-floor “basement” (the building is built to look like an upside-down house) is home to family-friendly thrills like a laser tag arena, and indoor ropes course, and a 4D “XD” simulator ride. Tickets start at $24.99 for kids and $33.99 for adults.

Disney Springs

https://www.disneysprings.com/

Disney Springs has an advantage over the rest of these attractions in that parking and entry are 100% free. That said, you’ll still want to bring your wallets for this outdoor shopping, dining, and entertainment complex. Featuring over 50 brand name and Disney-themed stores, a myriad dining options, and a handful of entertainment options, there is no shortage of things to do or see at Disney Springs.

 

When traveling with family you’ll want to pick a hotel that is family-friendly as well. All of Rosen Hotels and Resorts properties feature outdoor swimming pools as well as an on-site buffet with a kids eat free program. Select properties also offer a kid’s splash zone and outdoor playgrounds. Book your room today by calling 1-866-337-6736.

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