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  • Often to the dismay of families traveling with little ones, there are height restrictions for most theme park rides. But in Orlando, the "You must be taller than" sign can actually be a milestone moment with all of the theme park rides designed just for toddlers in mind. Family travel expert Kendra Thornton shares some great tips that will answer that most anticipated question, "Am I tall enough?" Orlando's area theme parks make that an easy question to answer with entire areas completely devoted to preschool-age children. In these "lands" both kids and adults can enjoy making memorable vacation moments, together. Kendra's Toddler Tips: #1. At Walt Disney World, they can spend the day flying on Dumbo and enjoy other classic Disney fairytale stories magically brought to life in the newly expanded Fantasyland area located in the Magic Kingdom Park. You can also enjoy many other toddler friendly experiences in each of the four Disney theme parks. #2. At Universal Orlando, little ones can monkey around with Curious George in Curious Goes To Town inside Universal Studios Florida and go for a spin with "The Cat in the Hat," himself through the imaginative and playful storybook world of Seuss Landing in Universal's Islands of Adventure. #3. Become little adventurers while discovering all the wonders of the world around them at SeaWorld and tackle the sizable Shamu's Happy Harbor which centers around a four-story net climb with a series of winding tunnels and slippery slides. #4. The area's newest theme park, LEGOLAND Florida, has a new area entirely dedicated to young children. DUPLO Valley is the ideal place for toddlers to play with farm-themed attractions, an air-conditioned indoor play area, and a water play area. Watch a Toddler's Take on DUPLO Valley Kendra's tips for traveling with young children will help you make the most out of this special time together. Check out our Activities and Tips for Toddlers in Orlando for more information, ride height requirements and theme park planning tips. See more tips with our Pinterest Preschool Planning Pins. Follow Visit Orlando's board Visiting Orlando with Toddlers on Pinterest.

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    Visiting Orlando With Toddlers Tips: Am I Tall Enough?
  • Blast off for some out-of-this-universe fun when stars from another galaxy invade Disney's Hollywood Studios during Star Wars Weekends. Feel the power of the force with a variety of special shows, celebrities and characters photo ops and autograph signings. The event runs each Friday to Sunday, May 15 - June 14, and is included with Disney's Hollywood Studios park admission. Whether you choose the light side or the dark side of the force, our top tips will help you get the biggest blast for your buck. #1. Line up early for the celebrity motorcade down Hollywood Boulevard featuring all sorts of characters from the legendary saga, including an all-volunteer army of troopers from the Florida Garrison, aka the "501st." #2. Prepare to shop from a world of Star Wars-themed merchandise and collectables at Darth's Mall. The deadly Sith Lord boasts two locations this year to meet all your shopping needs. Bonus Blaster: New! Nothing feeds Jabba's prized rancor better than a box of "Popcorn in Carbonite." You can get yours inside Darth's Mall, along with various other themed treats. #3. NEW! Mix and mingle with intergalactic "characters" while enjoying a variety of stellar bites including a glass of the famous "Blue Milk" at the new Rebel Hangar: A Star Wars Lounge Experience. Bonus Blaster: This hidden hangout for the Rebel Alliance won't stay a secret for long. We recommend that you get reservations. #4. "Laugh it up, fuzzball!" Meet your favorite Star Wars characters as they pose with you for the best selfies in the galaxy. #5. This is your chance to pose with special Disney and Star Wars mashup characters. See the classic Disney characters dressed in Star Wars costumes limited to this event only. #6. Meet the stars of the force at the official celebrity meet and greet locations. Stars like Ashley Eckstein from Star Wars: The Clone Wars and "Star Wars Rebels" are available autograph signings throughout the event. Click here for the full celebrity line-up. #7. Sit in on a live celebrity talk show at the Theater of the Stars. James Arnold Taylor from "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" is your host for "Stars of the Saga" along with "Obi-Wan and Beyond" where you'll get an inside look at the world of Stars Wars from the actors' points-of-view. #8. You can choose from specialty adult drinks in select locations throughout the park. Each flavorful drink can be made with or without alcohol and comes with a glowing keepsake like a mini Death Star or Millennium Falcon. Visit Orlando is an official seller of Walt Disney World tickets. Find discounted tickets to Orlando theme parks, attractions, sporting events and dinner shows - we have it all! Save time and money on your visit to Orlando. Follow our posts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for more information and the latest updates on all that's new in Orlando.

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    Top 8 Ways to Use the Force at Walt Disney World’s Star Wars Weekends
  • Nothing says welcome to Orlando like a friendly smile from one of over 100 American alligators. Fun Spot America has brought a slice of Orlando's historical Gatorland attraction to the heart of International Drive where visitors can now get jaw to jaw with these huge prehistoric-looking reptiles at a new attraction called Gator Spot. At this 15,000-square-foot attractions, visitors can view and interact with over 100 various sized alligators, a variety of reptiles, including snakes and lizards, as well as exotic birds. Admission to this bite-sized version of the original Gatorland is $6. Be sure to bring your camera. There are plenty of photo ops with these amazing creatures that range from baby size to over 13 feet long. That's huge! Guest can also get up close to a rare blue eyed albino alligator named Bouya Blan, which means white fog. This unique reptile is only one of 12 white alligators in the world. There are also opportunities hold baby gators and pose for selfies with snakes and lizards. For a nominal charge, guests can also purchase turkey dogs to feed the gators. When you've had your fill of exotic lizards and colorful birds, wash your hands and enjoy all of the thrilling attractions for families at Fun Spot America including the White Lightning - Orlando's only wooden coaster. Buy Discount Fun Spot America Tickets There are many unexpected thrills and memorable experiences to be discovered in Orlando. Explore our theme parks, family entertainment and other Orlando attractions that are truly one of a kind. See all the fun things you and your family can do in Orlando. Follow our posts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for more information and the latest updates on all that's new in Orlando.

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    New Gator Spot Attraction Opens at Fun Spot America and It’s Jawsome!
  • In Orlando, there's so much to see and do that has been created with young children in mind. From live entertainment, fun family rides to colorful fireworks, families traveling in Orlando with little ones can have the time of their lives. Family travel expert Kendra Thornton shares some great tips on how to properly plan ahead and to make the most out of your visit to Orlando with your toddler. Orlando's theme parks are exciting places for both adults and little ones, but sometimes all of these options can often seem overwhelming. Here are some of Kendra's top tips for planning when traveling to Orlando with preschoolers. Kendra's Toddler Tips: #1. Planning out family vacations can be a lot of fun but one of the biggest traps of family travel is to over schedule your itinerary of fun activities. Kendra recommends planning ahead to save time and money but plan accordingly. #2. Be flexible when planning your things to do. Leave some wiggle room for exploration, discovery and those moments of unexpected fun and make the trip more enjoyable for everyone. #3. Don't forget to also make room for some down time. A quick dip in the hotel pool, a sand castle or two and a refreshing snack can be just the recharge needed for the entire family. Bonus Tip: Whether it's your child's first visit or you're celebrating a special birthday, no matter what your plans Orlando's theme parks have special ways to help you celebrate your visit. Stop by the guest relations location inside our theme parks and ask about ways to customize your special occasion celebration. Kendra's tips for traveling with young children will help you make the most out of this special time together. Check out our Activities and Tips for Toddlers in Orlando for more information, ride height requirements and theme park planning tips. See more tips with our Pinterest Preschool Planning Pins. Follow Visit Orlando's board Visiting Orlando with Toddlers on Pinterest.

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    Visiting Orlando With Toddlers Tips: Don’t Over Plan
  • "Imagine if you will, an uncharted island only thought to exist in myth - Skull Island." This week Universal Orlando announced that in 2016 they will bring the adventurous story of King Kong to life to thrill guests at Universal's Islands of Adventure in Orlando. This news was then followed by an announcement to create all new Nintendo themed attractions at Universal theme parks. For the first time since the closure of the original Kongfrontation attraction at Universal Studios Florida in 2002, guests will be able to come face-to-face with this colossal character known in his world as "the eighth wonder of the world." Based on the 2005 reboot of the classic 1933 feature film, Skull Island: Reign of Kong will take guests on a thrilling excursion into the island's mysterious jungles where they will have to confront gargantuan dangers as they enter the lair of King Kong and finally encounter the giant beast, himself. The new attraction is slated to open summer of 2016 and will continue to extend this 82 year old legend in thrilling ways the original filmmakers could have never imagined. Nintendo Partners with Universal Parks & Resorts As if the news of a new King Kong attraction wasn't enough, Universal Orlando has followed up with another big announcement - a partnership with popular videogame maker, Nintendo. Nintendo + Universal Parks & Resorts = New Theme Park Attractions! Visit http://t.co/4D6ChB9hER to get details. pic.twitter.com/wZxBobjyRs — Universal Orlando (@UniversalORL) May 7, 2015 The agreement will bring to life the popular characters and imaginary worlds that have become legendary trademarks of the Nintendo brand. Fans will be able to immerse themselves and live out the adventures that up until now have only been played on their Nintendo game systems. Nintendo and Universal are staying mum on the specific details but based on this announcement, we can hope for exciting attractions that will revolve around their current and nostalgic videogames. Universal Orlando Resort has recently been through a period of major expansion with the introduction of Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Diagon Alley, new dining and retail offerings at CityWalk and the opening of Cabana Bay Beach Resort. Visit Orlando will continue to provide up to date developments as the resort property develops new attractions for guests seeking thrilling vacations in Orlando. Visit Orlando is an official seller of Universal Orlando tickets. Find discounted tickets to Orlando theme parks, attractions, sporting events and dinner shows - we have it all! Save time and money on your visit to Orlando. Follow our posts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for more information and the latest updates on all that's new in Orlando in 2015.

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    Universal Orlando Announces Epic King Kong Attraction in 2016 and New Nintendo Partnership

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