Amusement Parks In Florida
The theme park revolution was started by Walt Disney in Disneyland, California. However, it is Orlando that has turned out to be known as the theme park capital of the world.
With its 10 major parks and a horde of water parks, hotels and restaurants, central Florida has completely redefined family entertainment.
Leading Florida Amusement Parks
Boomers in Dania is a large family entertainment hub that the Beach Hurricane roller coaster.
The Cypress Gardens in Winter Haven are world famous for their remarkable botanical gardens and water ski show.
Under huge renovation, the amusement park is set to be reopened as Legoland Florida in 2011. Another entertainment destination to hit in Orlando is the famous Islands of Adventure that holds many thrilling rides.
The Old Town in Kissimee is a strip mall that boasts lots of specialty shops and restaurants, and has turned into a mini-amusement park.
The SeaWorld Orlando offers great rides for both kids and adults. Kids can enjoy swimming with dolphins in a second park in SeaWorld.
The Universal Studios, Orlando is a movie themed park that offers a number of attractions including Men in Black Alien Attack ride, Revenge of the Mummy coaster, The Simpsons Ride and more.
The Magic Kingdom is the most popular of all the four parks of the Walt Disney World.
The central Cinderella’s Castle is connected with other themed lands through a “hub and spoke.”
The Magic Kingdom is the heart of the Disney World that consists of 4 theme parks, 2 water parks, 6 golf courses, 30 resort hotels, 2 shopping-cum-dinning-cum-entertainment complexes and much more.
Sam’s Fun City, Pensacola offers unlimited amount of entertainment sources including Go-Carts, Miniature Golf, Bumper Boats, Water Slide, Games Arcade and much more.
A window to the future world, Epcot is a fair-like park and it features attractions like Mission: SPACE simulator, The Seas with Nemo and Friends Ride, Soarin motion simulator and much more.
Epcot also features some exotic restaurants including Bistro de Paris, Marrakesh, and Les Chefs de France.
The Bush Gardens in Tampa is a thrill ride park, featuring gardens, animals and coasters.
The attractions include Rhino Rally safari, multi-element coaster, Montu the inverted coaster and Sheikra that gives you a strange sensation in the form of a floorless coaster.
Other unique rides include Jungala land, Edge of Africa safari ride and Serengeti Plain ride with animals moving around freely.