When you think of Orlando Florida it is hard not to think of Disney World with its four themed parks: Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom. Many people don’t even realize there are so many other different Orlando Theme Park Tickets to choose from. You can visit Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure, or maybe visit Seaworld which has rides as well as aquatic exhibits. If you are really up for something a little different and exciting you might want to visit Gatorland and upgrade to the Trainer for a day program.
Orlando Amusement Park Tickets and Theme Park Packages
You will want to make sure you get the Orlando theme park packages that work with your entire stay. For example, if you are just staying for a day or two, buying single day passes might be your best option. If you plan to stay for a few days or longer, you will probably be interested in multi-day, multi-park passes. However, keep in mind that buying multi-day passes can sometimes be the least expensive way to buy your tickets regardless of how long you will be visiting Orlando. Just because you are there for a day doesn’t mean you can’t come back another time to use the ticket but only IF they have no expiration date on them AND especially if they include visits to ALL sister parks. Take Busch Garden Tampa for example. You can actually save by booking a a park combo package and be able to spend a day (per park) at Busch Gardens, Aquatica and Seaworld.
List of Theme Park Tickets available in the Orlando Area
Busch Gardens Single and Multi-Day PassesCheck latest ticket prices! This ultimate family adventure park, features an unparalleled combination of animal encounters, live entertainment and world-class thrill rides including Sheikra, the 1st American Dive Coaster! Music, dance and exotic African animals [...]
GatorLand Orlando TicketsCheck latest ticket prices! Visit Gatorland and enjoy transportation to and from your Orlando or Kissimmee hotel. This 110 acre wildlife preserve offers 4,000 alligators, snakes, birds and crocodiles. The breeding marsh is a popular stop in the [...]