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Disney world Home of everyones favourite mouse. Comprising of 4 separate theme parks, Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Epcot and Disney/MGM Studios and 2 water parks, Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon, Disney World remains a firm favourite with all the family.  6
Universal Orlando

 

Experience Universal Studios the number one movie studio theme park in the world.

At this real working film and TV production studio, an amazing array of rides, shows, movie sets and attractions take you beyond the screen, behind the scenes and into the action and excitement of the movies.

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Five remarkable islands. Each filled with innovative thrills and non stop adventure unlike anything you have ever experienced.

Take an unforgettable journey through Universals Islands of Adventure, where the worlds most cutting edge rides, shows and interactive attractions challenge all your senses.

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Seaworld There's no place on Earth like Seaworld Orlando. Where else can you challenge a thrill a second rides one minute and count the teeth on a shark the next? 

Feed the dolphins, take in an incredible performance, and just try to stay dry when the world-famous Shamu comes a-splashing!

Seaworld Orlando - it just doesn't get any closer than this.

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Kennedy Space Centre Explore like an Astronaut at KSC. Tour restricted areas, relive mans moon landing at the Apollo/Saturn V centre, see shuttle launch pads and touch a piece of Mars! Plus, meet an Astronaut and enjoy IMAX films. 1
Busch Gardens Busch Gardens Tampa Bay combines thrill rides, live entertainment and animals within an exotic African adventure, including Rhino rally, the worlds boldest offroad safari river adventure 3
Wet n Wild Wet n Wild is Orlandos premier water park offering the best variety of multi-passenger rides plus an unrivalled childrens playground. 8
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