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Orlando: Aquatica Water Park Admission Ticket

1. Orlando: Aquatica Water Park Admission Ticket

From high-speed water slides and exhilarating wave pools, to tranquil beaches, Aquatica, SeaWorld’s Waterpark in Orlando, delights all ages. You’ll find 59-acres of water-filled fun, with everything from up-close animal encounters to thrilling rides and 80,000 square-feet of white sand beaches available. If you're looking to kick back and relax, look no further. While the family takes thrilling spills on body slides and raft rides, you can take a moment to relax on some of Aquatica's more laid back attractions. Enjoy lazy rivers, beaches and more at Aquatica. We know planning a day for your littlest adventurers can be a challenge, so we’ve pulled together a list of kid-friendly attractions that your little ones are sure to love. Whether your family includes tiny tykes or independent adventurers, you're sure to find play areas fit for the whole family.

LEGOLAND® Florida Resort: Theme Park Admission

2. LEGOLAND® Florida Resort: Theme Park Admission

LEGOLAND® Florida is just a 45-minute drive from Orlando’s theme parks and downtown Tampa. Families with kids from 2 to 12 years and LEGO® fans of any age are invited to spend an enjoyable 1 or 2 days exploring the park’s more than 50 rides, attractions, and shows. Many themed attractions await your visit to the park’s 50-acre site. Kids can join in to help fight fires at the LEGO® City Rescue Academy. The whole family will be amazed at the cities built in miniature from millions of LEGO® blocks in Miniland USA. A walk through this attraction will make you feel like a giant! Take a journey back in time on the Conquer the Dragon coaster, where you’ll find castles complete with knights and princesses. At the Ford Driving School, the kids will drive LEGO®-themed cars along “city streets” and be able to earn a driver’s license specially created by the school. The new LEGOLAND® Water Park is a “park within a park” and provides splish-splashin’ fun for the whole family. Main attractions include the Build-A-Raft River, where you can build your own LEGO® raft and float down the 1,000-foot lazy river, and the Joker Soaker water playground, providing hours of fun water play. Other attractions include the LEGO® Wave Pool, five fast waterslides, and the DUPLO® Splash Safari, a toddler haven with perfectly sized slides and a zero-depth wading pool. Why not extend the fun with a 1,2, or 3-day combination ticket that allows entrance to LEGOLAND®, LEGOLAND® Water Park and the Peppa Pig Theme Park? Choose from a variety of ticket combination offers and receive the admission ticket that best suites your needs.

Tampa: Adventure Island® Park Admission

3. Tampa: Adventure Island® Park Admission

Find something for everyone at Adventure Island®, whether your idea of water play is serene or extreme. Find something for everyone with over 10 waterslides, a wave pool and kids’-friendly area. For the adrenaline junkie in you, try out state-of-the-art rides and slides at the speed you wish. Pick any of the 10 water slides and embrace the twists, turns, drops, and surprises along the way. For the super adventurous, give Vanish Point® or the Colossal Curl® a whirl. Spend time in the 17,000-square-foot wave pool before heading to the half-mile lazy river for a relaxing float downriver. Kids can splash around freely in family-friendly areas, such as the Paradise Lagoon® area or Fabian’s Fun Port®. With kid-friendly water slides, jungle gyms and attractions there is plenty to provide the entire family with a day of fun.

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What people are saying about Tampa

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 111 reviews

My Legoland trip was awesome!! Some activities were closed, but the overall experience was memorable for me and my son.