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Orlando Theme Parks Guide

Disney World
Following one of the most explosive years of entertainment growth in its history, Walt Disney World Resort heads into the millennium with record numbers of new shows, attractions and entertainment extravaganzas.

And while Disney's Millennium Celebration focuses on Epcot, there is new fun in all the other corners of the Vacation Kingdom as well.

Just since last fall the Magic Kingdom has premiered two attractions and a nighttime spectacle.

Disney- Hollywood Studios has opened a wild coaster ride and three new shows.

At Disney's Animal Kingdom, there's a whole new continent of fun.

And Downtown Disney has raised the curtain on one of the world's most innovative live performance spectaculars.

Smartphone users are encouraged to get the new 99¢ Magic Kingdom GPS navigation app that provides turn by turn directions and maps.

You might consider getting the Disney guide book written by an Ex-Disney employee who reveals insiders secrets on how you can have a Disney World Vacation for a fraction of what others pay.
Universal Studios
The concept is simple.

Come to Universal Studios Florida and you can ride the movies.

Universal Studios Orlando is the third largest theme park complex in the entire world, drawing more than 30 million visitors every year.

There are actually two distinct theme parks within the Universal Orlando Resort.

There is Universal's Islands of Adventure, which includes the showstopper attraction The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.

Adjacent to Islands of Adventure is the equally entertaining Universal Studios Florida, which holds thrills and amusements for all ages.

Sea World
Sea World of Florida, the world's most popular marine-life park, brings education, research and conservation together in an entertaining and fun-filled way. Your entire family can feed a dolphin, pet a stingray and learn about the animals inhabiting our oceans.
Sea World of Florida has an impressive line-up of five new shows. Cirque de la Mer kicks off the line-up blending athleticism, acrobatics, comedy and dramatic music and effects in a nontraditional circus setting.
Sea World continues its rescue efforts in the new show, "Pets on Stage," which features a cast of performing pets adopted from animal shelters.  
Busch Gardens
Busch Gardens
Busch Gardens is located just North of Interstate 4 on Interstate 75, right outside of Tampa. Busch Gardens is located about 1 hours from Orlando, FL. Busch Gardens contains wildlife and wild rides. Soar at 60 mph on the world's two tallest inverted roller coaster, then trek the plains of Africa, escape from fiery volcanoes, or cool off on unforgettable white-water adventure rides.  
Busch Gardens
Legoland
This family theme park offers interactive attractions, family rides, shows, restaurants, shopping and beautiful landscape specifically geared for families with children ages 2 to12. There is everything from rides, retail stores, restaurants, theater, replicas of major US cities, themed scenarios and more! In terms of themed scenarios there are pirates, knights/castles, explorers, a town that children and adults can live out their dreams in.  
Silver Springs
World of Bears, Panther Prowl, Jungle Cruise, Lost River Voyage, Glass Bottom Boats, Doolittle's Petting Zoo, Kids Ahoy, Wings of the Spring, Jeep Safari, Big Gator Lagoon, Live Animal Show, Reptiles of the World, Birds of the Rainforest, Creature Features.

Silver Spring is located north of Orlando off 1-75. The park is open daily. All boat cruises and shows have rain/sun cover for visitor comfort. Free kennels and picnic grounds are provided.   

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