There are only so many hours in a day at Walt Disney World, so how do you decide what to ride first? Simple: you take our advice for it. This meticulous ranking of every stellar must-see 3D attraction, perfectly themed roller coaster, and out-of-this-world flyer will help you plan the perfect trip for speed demons and boat ride obsessives alike. (We left stage shows and other smaller attractions out, so consider these the best-of-the-best where rides are concerned.)
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JUST ANNOUNCED: Join Hagrid as you fly far beyond the grounds of Hogwarts castle on a thrilling roller coaster ride that plunges into the paths of some of the wizarding world’s rarest magical creatures, coming to #WizardingWorldOrlando on June 13, 2019
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This year, the theme is “First in Fun // Fast in Flight” and the lineup of airshow performers, exhibitors, and sponsors reflects the high energy level planned for the week.
Give Kids the World Village has unveiled its newest attraction: a wheelchair-accessible swing ride that seats nine people.
Originally opened on March 31, 1959, Busch Gardens Tampa has come a long way from its brewery tour and bird garden origins. Now the park features a world-class zoo, seasonal events, and a vast rollercoaster collection – featuring its upcoming addition, Tigris
Looking for something to do in Orlando this March? We have you covered! In addition to can’t-miss festivals at our theme parks, we’re hosting St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, blockbuster concerts, a premier golf tournament and much more, including the highlights featured here.
Opening March 27, LEGOLAND Florida Resort is taking guests from the theater to the theme park with the launch of THE LEGO MOVIE WORLD.