Ascendant Holidays knows that every family in America with children over the age of two has the dream to go to Disney World. Mickey Mouse and his Friends are a strong draw for tourists from all across America and all across the world. When planning a trip to Orlando, there are plenty of options to keep everyone in the family happy the entire time.
Disney World is a vast complex that includes multiple attractions, theme parks, and hotels. Some of the most popular attractions include Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Epcot, Magic Kingdom Park, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Each of these parks can take a full day or even longer to do and see everything they have to offer, so multi-park and multi-day passes are more expensive but can be worth it if this is a once in a lifetime experience. Inside the parks themselves, food, drinks, and souvenirs are also costly so be sure to budget for these usually not remembered expenses.
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According to Ascendant Holidays, Orlando also has much more to offer the traveling family than just Disney World. If your family craves more theme parks, there are other choices such as Universal’s Islands of Adventures, Discovery Cove, Legoland Florida, and Typhoon Lagoon.
All of these parks are within a short drive of the legendary Disney parks, some are a little more budget friendly, but al offer fun attractions and activities for every member of the family.
However, Orlando is not just about theme parks as there are plenty of other activities to do that won’t cost you anything.
Take a break and slow down a little, Ascendant Holidays recommends spending some time at Lake Eola Park in the heart of downtown Orlando. This 43-acre park is a beautiful setting with plenty of picnic tables scattered around the lake just waiting for families to have a leisurely meal outside and let the kids run around and feed the resident swans. The park also hosts free concerts in the amphitheater and is home to a Farmers Market every Sunday morning.
Lake Eola Park in Orlando
There are also two other free activities that will keep the little ones happy according to Ascendant Holidays.
First, at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort, children can join in a campfire with Disney characters Chip N Dale. This activity includes roasting marshmallows, a sing-a-long and also a screening of a Disney movie. The second activity is for the Lego lovers in the family. At Disney’s Marketplace, you can discover the Lego Imagination Center that is over 4000 sqft full of everything Lego. Here, your children can play for hours for free and build anything, and everything that they can imagine plus see the giant sculptures already on display made entirely out of Lego.
So when planning your trip to Orlando, Ascendant Holidays wants you to remember that you do not have to overspend to have a great experience. There are plenty of lovely inexpensive activities that you can enjoy with your family.
The critical thing to remember is that you are spending quality time with the people you love and making lasting memories that will last a lifetime.