Three Orlando Theme Parks That Won’t Break Your Budget

Sat, Sep 15, 2012

North America, What to See

A lot of people think that heading to Orlando with your family will break the bank. It really doesn’t have to be this way. Sure, there are ways to spend a week in Central Florida that wind up necessitating you to take out a second mortgage, but here we’re going to focus on a few of the least expensive theme parks you can head to and still have money left in your wallet.

Theme Parks That Won’t Break Your Budget: Sea World

Sea World Orlando has upped the ante exponentially in their brand of entertainment. You can wander it’s walkways for a full day and still not have seen everything.

Sea World provides top notch shows that are wonderful for all ages. You’ll find the standard fare that you’d expect with whales, dolphins, seals and such. But you’ll also find some acrobatic shows that are completely out of the ordinary and will leave your jaw dropping in awe. And this is barely touching on the fact that it is home to two of the most exciting roller coasters in Orlando.

Another feature is that they offer some of the most excellent restaurants that many of the local theme parks have to offer. And the prices? Happily, they’re not much higher than any other restaurant you would hit outside the park on International Drive.
And best of all, for a long time Sea World tickets have come bundled generously with a “2nd day free” pass, giving you another visit to all the coasters, shows, kid’s play lands and so much more at no additional charge. Getting up close and personal with whales, sharks and stingrays has never been expensive.

Theme Parks That Won’t Break Your Budget: Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure

The next two parks you’ll want to consider are sort of sister parks; Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. You can get both Orlando theme park tickets in package deals to make visiting all the easier, and their total, even when combined, should be significantly less expensive than about any other big name park by itself.

Universal Studios offers a wealth of classic theme park adventure. Time honored rides like Jaws, ET, Back to the Future and Twister give you a journey to decades past. You’ll also find thrillers like the Mummy and fun, interactive adventures like Men In Black.
New features are sure to please the kids with Despicable Me and Shrek.

And all of these are just the tip of the iceberg.

Head over to Islands of Adventure to wander through worlds of magic and wonder. Take a right when you head through the gate and you’ll find yourself in the middle of a Dr. Seuss book. Keep walking and you’re likely to run into Harry Potter himself in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Venture through Jurassic Park and the Marvel Universe to experience rides made with never seen before technology.

All of the rides are state of the art and second to none. And your tickets in won’t break the bank like other parks. A day at any of these three parks will certainly be a wise choice with many bonuses available with package deals. You’ll get days and days worth of fun for the price of only one or two at other parks.

CC Scott Smith

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