Do You Really Mean All The Parks?

Hey Thrill Seekers,

A lot of our customers ask for a ticket that includes ‘all of the parks’ without realising how many parks there actually are. Ticket purchasing can become quite complicated when you aren’t aware of all the parks and attractions, especially if you’re a first timer. We have ‘The Big Three’, Disney, Universal and SeaWorld but there is so much more!

Let’s take a look at the big three first.

Walt Disney World actually consists of 6 parks in total, 4 theme parks, Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios and 2 water parks, Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach. All of our Disney tickets include all 6 of these parks, we do not offer single day or single park tickets.

Disney’s Magic Kingdom is the park to explore lands of endless enchantment, where your fantasy becomes a reality. 

Disney’s Epcot allows you to travel around the globe, under the sea, into outer space…and beyond!

Disney’s Animal Kingdom will amaze you, behold the magic of nature with rare animals and world-class entertainment.

Disney’s Hollywood Studios puts you smack bang in the middle of the action, take center stage in the world of movies, television, music and theater.

Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon is a storm ravaged tropical bay while Disney’s Blizzard Beach is a melting ski resort.

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Moving onto Universal now with their 2 theme parks, Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. These 2 parks are joint together using The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and the Hogwarts Express. You must have a hopper ticket to ride the Hogwarts Express, which is of course, what we offer! 🙂

Tip: Ride the Hogwarts Express both ways to encounter two completely different experiences. 😉

Universal Studios is where you can jump into the action of your favourite movies and TV shows’. At the back of the park you will find yourself in Diagon Alley.

Universal’s Islands of Adventure is where you can live the adventure. Towards the back of this park you will be in Hogsmeade.

Universal’s Volcano Bay is the newest park which is due to open on the 1st June 2017. Water is life. Life is joy. 

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SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment have a total of 4 parks including SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatica, Busch Gardens Tampa Bay and Discovery Cove.

SeaWorld Orlando has a mixture of thrill rides, family rides and animal interactions. SeaWorld rescue a lot of animals from the wild to treat them and then release them back into the wild.

Aquatica is SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment’s water park which is themed to the Southern Pacific and features Australian and New Zealand mascots that you can spot relating to each attraction.

Busch Gardens Tampa Bay is about an hour out of Orlando but so worth the journey! The 19th century African themed park is also, like SeaWorld, a mixture of the thrill and family rides as well as the animal encounters. All of the SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment is suitable for all the family.

Tip: We offer these parks at an amazing 3 parks for the price of 2 offer which entails free parking!

Discovery Cove is an amusement park where guests can completely relax with an all inclusive day and have the choice to ‘talk, touch, play and swim with bottlenose dolphins’.

There are 2 Discovery Cove packages available, 1 including 14 days into SeaWorld and Aquatica and our Ultimate package including 14 days into SeaWorld, Aquatica and Busch Gardens.

Tip: You can make the most of the free parking with our Ultimate Package as well. 😉

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LEGOLAND Florida & Merlin Attractions is next up. LEGOLAND Florida has their theme park and their water park – great fun for all the family. As well as Legoland, Merlin also have I-Drive 360 which is made up of The Orlando Eye, Madame Tussauds and SEALIFE Orlando.

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We offer a number of different ticket options for these attractions, so if you don’t necessarily want to visit all of them, you can take your pick!

If you’re looking to visit some of Florida’s more alternative attractions, you won’t be at a loose end as there are so many options!

Kennedy Space Center

Fun Spot

Gatorland

Boggy Creek – 30 minute

Boggy Creek – 1 hour

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So if you were stuck for ideas, I hope you’re not anymore! All of these attractions are available on our website and any questions you have, you can contact us to find out more!

Smiles Included…

Louise

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Interview With Katie Seay From WonderWorks & The Outta Control Magic Comedy Dinner Show

Hey Thrill Seekers,

Our series of interviews has proved to be quite popular this year. Today’s interview is with Katie Seay from WonderWorks & The Outta Control Magic Comedy Dinner Show. If you haven’t visited WonderWorks its a great experience for all the family, it was the place I first lay on a bed of nails!!! Not something you can say about many places.

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Name: Katie Seay

Who do you work for?: WonderWorks and The Outta Control Magic Comedy Dinner Show

What’s been the highlight of the year (2014) for your company?: We did a lot of renovations to our Orlando property this year and added a great new exhibit: The Astronaut Training Challenge – a four-person gyroscope.

What’s been the highlight of the year (2014) for you?: Attending World Trade Market in London and getting to meet all of the great people from our British market. It was wonderful to educate people on WonderWorks who hadn’t had a chance to come over yet, and just to see their enthusiasm about everything we have to offer.

What can we expect from your company in 2015?: We are always looking for fun new exhibits and opportunities to attract visitors. You can definitely expect some great things to come in 2015.

Make a 2015 prediction…: Orlando Attraction Ticket’s top selling product will be WonderWorks and The Outta Control Magic Comedy Dinner Show!!

Best Theme Park ride/attraction of 2014?: Astronaut Training Challenge for sure! This gyroscope rotates and spins in different directions, allowing the riders to experience a feeling of weightlessness and the roll and tumble associated with outer space.

Best Theme Park/attraction food of 2014?: The fresh, made-from-scratch, pizza at The Outta Control Magic Comedy Dinner Show!

Best Theme Park/attraction tip?: Relax and have fun! Sometimes planning for a day of fun can get stressful. We can’t always predict the long lines, crowds of people, or weather – so it’s important to remember you are on vacation and here to have fun!

Best kept secret in Florida?: The Outta Control Magic Comedy Dinner Show. This show has been ranked at the top among dinner shows for years, and it amazes me that some people still don’t know that WonderWorks has a dinner show! Our magician, Tony Brent, is wonderful and will have guests rolling out of their seats with laughter (and embarrassing a few on the way as he pulls the audience on stage to help out with some of his tricks!). Pair that with unlimited pizza, salad, popcorn, dessert, beer and wine, and it’s sure to be one of the highlights from your vacation.

We’d like to thank Katie for taking the time to talk to us. You can purchase WonderWorks and The Outta Control Dinner Show from Orlando Attraction Tickets and I’d definitely urge you to consider it.

Smiles included…

Jamie

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Theme Park Fatigue? Take A Break From The Parks With These Great Tickets

Hey Thrill Seekers,

Theme Park Fatigue can happen to the best of us! A whole day at an Orlando park can be very tiring, there’s tons of walking involved and lots of standing on your feet. We actually calculated the amount of calories you can lose when visiting SeaWorld and Busch Gardens last year and it turned out to be the equivalent of a good 10k run!

So taking a break from the parks to recharge your batteries is a must, here’s our top tickets and attractions to help combat theme park fatigue.

Kennedy Space Center

Kennedy Space Center is constantly ranked as one of the best attractions in Florida. The still working space station is a great way to recharge your theme park batteries while at the same time visiting a truly icon attraction.

KSC recently added the Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit to their collection, raised 30 feet off the ground and rotated 43 degrees visitors will experience Atlantis as if it were in space. It also features more than 60 interactive, immersive exhibits and simulators which will provide guests a never-before experienced perspective on the shuttle’s complex systems, components and capabilities.

Kennedy Space Center Tickets can be purchased from as little as £29.00 per adult and £24.00 per child.

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WonderWorks 

The most eye-catching feature of WonderWorks is the attraction’s dramatic exterior; a three-story tall, classically designed building that appears to have landed upside down, atop a 1930s era brick warehouse.

WonderWorks is an amusement park for the mind with over 100 interactive exhibits for visitors of all ages to explore.

You can visit WonderWorks from as little as £15.00 per adult and £12.00 per child.

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Water Parks

Yep granted it has the word Park in the title but Orlando water parks are nothing like their theme park brethren. Relax and soak up the rays or go for a paddle in the lazy river. Orlando’s waterparks have something for everyone.

Universal have Wet N’ Wild, which offers the most multi person rides in a single park in Florida. There are also tons of places to sunbathe.

SeaWorld’s water park is called Aquatica and has an Australian and New Zealand theme. They’re set to open their new ride Ihu’s Breakaway Falls this year, which has been billed as the tallest, multi person drop ride in southern America. Aquatica also has an 80,000 square foot man made beach for you to relax on.

Disney have two water parks, Blizzard Beach with its winter theme and Typhoon Lagoon with its story of a typhoon wreaking havoc on a tropical island. Both have plenty of places to relax.

Prices can vary, the most popular ticket to include water parks is the Orlando PassPort.

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Discovery Cove

Of all the attractions I’ve visited in Orlando Discovery Cove is easily the most relaxing, it could be the tranquil waters, the beautiful dolphins or the free booze on tap, we’ll never truly know 😉 but what I do know is that Discovery Cove is one of the most enjoyable days out I’ve ever had…. actually its so enjoyable I’ve been there 3 times now.

Featuring a dolphin interaction, a beautiful aviary, serenity bay and a freshwater oasis, Discovery Cove is fully equipped to deal with your theme park fatigue .

Discovery Cove is limited to 1300 people per day and prices depend upon the time of year you attend. You can check availability and pricing here.

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So there we have it our top tickets for fighting theme park fatigue… I guess you could try one of these or if you’re tough enough push on through and visit a theme park everyday 🙂

Smiles included…

Jamie

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Orlando Attraction Tickets Adds WonderWorks

Morning Thrill Seekers,

Here at Orlando Attraction Tickets we’re always on the look out for WWO-BLDG-2012new and exciting products that we think might be of interest to our customers. The Quirkier, the better…

Today we’re happy to announce that we’ve add one of Orlando’s most quirky and unique products, in the form of the very memorable WonderWorks found on International Drive.

When your opening line about an attraction is “you’ll find it inside the upside down building” you know you’re on to a winner 🙂

Here’s how WonderWorks describe themselves;

WonderWorks Orlando began as a Top Secret research laboratory on a remote island in the Bermuda Triangle. As legend has it, the world’s greatest scientists – led by Professor Wonder – were given the task of creating a man-made tornado and harnessing the POWER of it. During this experiment, something went awry and the power of the tornado was unleashed throughout the laboratory. This created a swirling vortex that was strong enough to rip the laboratory from its foundation. It was carried thousands of miles away and landed upside-down on the top of a brick warehouse in Orlando, Florida. Remarkably, all of the experiments remained intact and functional.

When you enter the building, everything will be upside-down, so in order to participate in the fun, you must be inverted. Step inside the inversion tunnel and be turned right side up to begin your journey. Once you are properly aligned for your adventure, family fun awaits with more than 100 hands on exhibits. Make WonderWorks a stop on your Things to Do list when visiting Orlando

WonderWorks is an ideal day out if you’ve got a spot of theme park exhaustion, its very similar to Ripley’s Believe It or Not, but with a lot more to see and do. How many times is your life do you get to lie on a bed of nails? Its currently ranked 72 out of 183 best things to do in Orlando on trip advisor and when you consider Disney, Universal and SeaWorld dominate the top 50 you’ll understand why 72nd is a massive achievement.

We also offer access to WonderWorks extremely popular dinnerocds-lg show, Outta Control Magic Show described as Orlando’s best kept secret.  A dinner show unlike no other with only 125 seats per show. Expect to be impressed at this interactive, entertaining and hilariously funny dinner show. Tony Brent is the one man cast of dozens. He combines a mixture of amazing magic, impersonations and high-energy improvisational comedy to thoroughly entertain audiences of all ages. Minds will be read, predictions will come true, and audience members’ personal items will vanish and re-appear.

The Outta Control Dinner Show provides a one-of-a-kind entertainment experience to the Orlando area with non-stop audience participation. The crowds don’t just watch the show, they become part of it. Visitors to the show receive table side service with unlimited fresh hand-tossed cheese and pepperoni pizza, salad, popcorn and unlimited beer, wine, soda and dessert. The 90-minute experience will keep you on the edge of your seat and tickle your funny bone every 8 seconds.

For more information and ticket prices visit www.orlandoattractiontickets.co.uk

Smiles included…

Jamie

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