What’s New at Theme Parks for Your Family Getaway

Theme parks across the United States are adding great attractions to their parks that are already jam packed full of family fun. From extreme rides, to Sesame Street, or American Idol, there’s something new to please everyone in the family. Some parks are even offering discounted tickets online, so, check the Web site before you go. Here’s a list of just a few of the new shows and thrills you can experience on your next family vacation.

Manta at Sea World

In Orlando, Florida, Sea World recently opened a new roller coaster called Manta. As you walk towards the ride in anticipation, you pass through an aquarium filled with rays. The ride is thrilling with spins and twists and turns that give you the feeling that you are a giant ray, swimming the ocean deep. It’s the only flying roller coaster of its kind in the world. Height requirements: 54 inches. “Dive deep and fly high!”
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Sesame Street Forest of Fun at Busch Gardens
Elmo, Big Bird, Abby Cadabby and other Sesame Street characters are now at Busch Gardens, Virginia. Sesame Street Forest of Fun is the newest attraction and just for children and their families. The area includes four rides such as Grover’s Alpine Express roller coaster, and Bert and Ernie’s Loch Adventure water flume ride. There are wet and dry playgrounds and a 4-D Sesame Street movie. Kids can also meet their favorite Sesame Street characters and get their picture taken with them for a great souvenir.
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The American Idol Experience at Walt Disney World
At The American Idol Experience at Walt Disney World, Orlando, you decide who has what it takes as you watch and vote for your favorite performer. Contestants sing their hearts out on a replica stage, just like you see on the hit TV show. Audience members vote via touch pads as actors who play Randy, Paula and Simon make their comments. The winners compete against other winners throughout day for a chance to audition for the real show!
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2 Responses
  1. Anonymous Says:

    The kids are getting older and bored with Disney. That Manta roller coaster at Sea World sounds like fun for all of us. Thanks for the tip.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    We rented a timeshare in Williamsburg to do all of the historic sites, but found the Sesame Street Forest of Fun at Busch Gardens which was fun, too.

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