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Attractions

From Disney to SeaWorld and Busch Gardens… and everything in between. With so many new and exciting things to do along I-4, it can be difficult to know where to begin. Our I-4 Attractions list is constantly growing, with new destinations added regularly. So check us out often!

New Year Brings New Values at Four Florida Parks
Visitors and Florida residents can now choose from a variety of new admission products for the Busch Gardens and SeaWorld family of parks that provide more value and flexibility. For tourists visiting Florida, the NEW “Choose Your Adventure” ticket option simplifies vacation planning so guests can enjoy multiple visits to four of the Sunshine State’s … Continue reading New Year Brings New Values at Four Florida Parks
Now Open: Volcano Bay, Universal Orlando Resort’s Third Amazing Theme Park
A revolutionary water theme park has risen at Universal Orlando Resort – Universal’s Volcano Bay is now open. The park’s first guests gathered inside the new water theme park to enjoy an authentic, South Pacific dedication ceremony commemorating the opening of Volcano Bay. The ceremony featured special performances by an array of authentic Maori entertainment, … Continue reading Now Open: Volcano Bay, Universal Orlando Resort’s Third Amazing Theme Park
The Orlando Eye in Final Stage of Construction
The last major component in the construction on the Orlando Eye, the passenger cabins, is scheduled to begin this weekend.
Orlando’s Holy Land Experience Is Ablaze With Christmas Splendor!
The glory of Christmas is on full and colorful display throughout the 2016 holiday season at the most unique faith-and-family destination in the heart of America’s vacation paradise, Orlando, Florida. The award-winning Holy Land Experience has announced the exciting debut of some all-new and original Christmas productions that are sure to cheer every heart with … Continue reading Orlando’s Holy Land Experience Is Ablaze With Christmas Splendor!
Orlando’s Holy Land Experience Gaining Reputation as More Than a “Theme Park”
It's a one-of-a-kind destination for fun, relaxation, and inspiration in the heart of America's vacation paradise. It's also a place where individuals and families are coming to receive...
Ormond Beach Seafood Festival Returns… and Admission is Free!
Ormond Beach’s biggest and best free festival will return to Rockefeller Gardens on November 18 & 19, 2017! Local seafood leads the way at this year’s Riverfest Seafood Festival in Ormond Beach. The 9th annual festival sponsored by Ormond Beach MainStreet will have fifteen food purveyors serving up everything from fresh shrimp to grilled octopus … Continue reading Ormond Beach Seafood Festival Returns… and Admission is Free!
Photo Update: A Ride On The Orlando Eye
The 400' Orlando Eye stands proudly, it's 30 passenger capsules, each holding up to 15 passengers slowly rotating day and night. Passengers enjoy a 360-degree view of Central Florida below...
Ray Rush Coming to Aquatica Orlando in 2018
A brand-new family raft slide is splashing into Aquatica, SeaWorld’s Waterpark in spring 2018. Ray Rush promises to be a fully-loaded water adventure which will combine three unique slide elements, never before seen at Aquatica, into one action-packed attraction the entire family can enjoy together. Rendering of Ray Rush, a brand-new family raft slide is … Continue reading Ray Rush Coming to Aquatica Orlando in 2018
Roaring Springs Splashes Into Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo
Following an exciting record year full of new unforgettable natural connections, signature experiences, and entertaining seasonal events, Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo is excited to announce the Zoo’s most thrilling expansion to date with the launch of Roaring Springs – a wild, new water adventure, presented by Pinch A Penny. Roaring Springs will allow guests of … Continue reading Roaring Springs Splashes Into Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo
SeaWorld Announces Mako Hypercoaster Coming in 2016
Surfacing at SeaWorld Orlando will be Mako, a 200-foot-tall hypercoaster that will reach 73 mph along 4,760 feet of steel track – nearly a mile long...