Water park enthusiasts are getting excited about the grand opening of LEGOLAND Florida Water Park on 26th May 2012.For families taking the plunge and heading to Orlando this summer, Attraction Tickets Direct has compiled a comprehensive guide of Orlando’s Water Parks to help parents book their Orlando theme park tickets. Water Parks are a fantastic way to cool down during the hot tropical summers in Florida and there are six water parks which provide varied experiences for all ages.
A Glance at Orlando’s Water Parks This Summer
An at a Glance Guide to All of Orlando’s Water Parks This Summer
Currently Orlando has three traditional water parks and LEGOLAND Florida Water Park will be the fourth!
1) Wet n’ Wild: located on International Drive is Orlando’s oldest and largest water park and has a choice of 14 thrilling rides for all the family.
2) Disney’s Blizzard beach: located in Lake Buena Vista resembles a ‘Ski Resort’ with a selection of flumes which are divided into Green, red and purple depending on the thrill factor.
3) Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park: located in Lake Buena Vista, is an active water park where visitors can learn to surf and snorkel as well as experience the traditional flume rides.
Aquatica and Discovery Cove both offer fantastic water experiences for all the family. Aquatica is a tropical paradise and is home to the incredible Dolphin Plunge ride which enables visitors to speed through 250 feet of clear tubes through the Commerson’s dolphin habitat. In Discovery Cove visitors are able to meet and even kiss the dolphins face to fin in the Dolphin Lagoon.
Attraction Tickets Direct offers a fantastic range of Orlando tickets for visitors to experience the water parks. LEGOLAND Florida Two Day Water Park Combo Ticket is just £59 for an adult and £53 for a child and guests have access to both LEGOLAND Florida theme park and water park. When booking Discovery Cove Tickets there is a choice between Discovery Cove Choice Package and Discovery Cove Ultimate Package, which offers 14 consecutive days entrance to SeaWorld, Aquatica and Busch Gardens and costs from £126 for non swimmers and £184 for swimmers. If guests want to experience all the theme parks and water parks on offer in Orlando they can purchase the best selling Orlando Freedom Ticket which costs £424 for an adult and £385 for a child.
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