Plan a Family Theme Park Vacation

It’s family vacation time and you know where your kids want to go? A theme park of course! There are so many great theme parks to visit with rides and thrills galore. In addition to rollercoaster’s, you can visit your favorite character, tour movie sets or watch aquatic animals in their natural habitats. There’s even music, dancing and parades to enjoy at a theme park, so, which one will your family visit this year?

Here’s a few suggestions of the top theme parks we think you and your kids will enjoy:
  • Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure

    Live the magic at two enchanting Theme Parks — Disneyland® Park and Disney's California Adventure® Park. Located in Anaheim, California, you’ll fill your days and nights with the wonder and excitement. At Disneyland, known as “The Happiest Place on Earth,” you’ll find great rides for all ages like Finding Nemo and It’s a Small World for the younger kids and rocking rollercoaster’s like Space Mountain and Matterhorn for those who want a little speed. Parades and shows are happening throughout the park all day and there’s also great fun and shopping at Downtown Disney. At California Adventure, you’ll find the California that Walt Disney himself loved with his celebration of the state’s natural wonders, like the Soarin’ Over California ride which takes you on a simulated hang glider tour of the Golden State. Or, experience a typical state fair atmosphere with carnival games and Ferris wheels. Also, remember that Disney parks are free on your birthday in 2009.
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  • Walt Disney World

    The theme parks at Walt Disney World are so plentiful, you’ll be glad you decided to stay a week (or even two) in Orlando, Florida! In addition to the famous Magic Kingdom® of the Walt Disney World theme park where you can enjoy classic attractions, your favorite characters, parades and fireworks, you wont want to miss the other theme parks close by as well. At Epcot® you’ll experience the culture and cuisine of 11 nations and discover how the future is now a reality by learning about technological innovation. Disney’s Animal Kingdom® is the world's largest animal-themed park where great adventures abound. Disney’s Hollywood Studios offer a behind-the-scenes glimpse of Hollywood-style action. And, water fun awaits you at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach where you’ll find water slides, waves and raft rides.
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  • Sea World

    With parks in San Diego, California, San Antonio, Texas and Orlando, Florida, Sea World is a great day of fun where you can enjoy rides, shows and interact with your favorite sea animals. Watch Shamu the killer whale in the “Believe” experience, feed dolphins in the petting pool, or be amazed by acrobats who perform over the water in the Cirque de la Mer show. Ride and splash in the Journey to Atlantis ride, enjoy the view from the Skytower or let your little ones run free in Shamu’s Happy Harbor with rides just their size and the chance to meet Elmo and other Sesame Street friends.
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  • Busch Gardens

    Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, Virginia and Tampa, Florida, celebrates old and new traditions with charming European villages set against the backdrop of state-of-the-art coasters. Enjoy spectacular shows featuring like the Sunny Days Celebration with Sesame Street friends, Goin’ Country and the Festivale Italiano. Coaster enthusiasts can experience the finest and most thrilling coasters in the world, like the 205-foot Griffon that takes you 70 mph, and excites you with a 90-degree drop.
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1 Response
  1. Anonymous Says:

    We have relatives in Tampa and rent a timeshare there (good bargains through year. No kids among us, but a day at Busch Gardens is always on the agenda - it's great for adults, too!

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