Christian Stan, at 9 Jun. 23, in News

From a land with mischievous characters to the world’s first surf coaster, Orlando continues to offer one-of-a-kind experiences for everyone in the family, along with 70+ deals and offers on theme parks, attractions, hotels and more to make the most of their trip.

Summer in Orlando is more affordable than ever with more than 70 exclusive deals for theme parks, attractions and hotels available at Visit Some restrictions may apply.  

Theme Parks & Attractions 

  • Walt Disney World Resort has 4-Park Magic Tickets for just $99 per day, available for purchase from May 23 to Aug. 25, with a usage window from June 1 to Sept. 29. 
  • Universal Orlando Resort offers U.S. and Canada residents a special “Get 3 Days Free with a 2-Park, 2-Day Ticket” offer that includes five-day admission to Universal Studios Florida and Universal Islands of Adventure. 
  • At SeaWorld Orlando visitors can save up to 50% off their Single-Day Ticket, plus enjoy All-Day-Dining for only $35, with this limited-time offer. 
  • Discovery Cove guests can receive a free Premium Drink Package ($40 value per person) with park reservations. 

Hotel Deals 

  • Visitors can enjoy savings of up to 25% for a minimum of two-night stays at hotel across the destination this summer, including The Point Hotel & Suites, Holiday Inn Club Vacations at Orange Lake Resort, the Lake Nona Wave Hotel and Hilton Vacation Club Mystic Dunes Orlando. 


  • Pipeline: The Surf Coaster is SeaWorld Orlando’s 7th roller coaster, launched May 27. It will be the world’s first “surf coaster,” delivering an exhilarating ocean adventure with a dynamic surfing launch and “wave jumping” motions reaching speeds of 60mph. 
  • Universal Orlando Resort’s diabolical family attraction, Illumination’s Villain-Con Minion Blast, is inspired by the popular Minions characters. This interactive blaster game opens within a new Minion Land on Illumination Avenue, also featuring the Despicable Me Minion Mayhem attraction, Minion Café and more surprises inspired by the blockbuster franchises. 
  • At Walt Disney World, the TRON Lightcycle / Run at Magic Kingdom Park is one of the fastest coasters at any Disney theme park in the world, based on the Disney sci-fi film “TRON: Legacy.”  Roundup Rodeo BBQ, a “Toy Story” table service restaurant located at Toy Story Land, is now open in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. 
  • Peppa Pig Theme Park introduces its first character dining experience, Breakfast With Peppa, on June 9. The limited-time buffet-style breakfast takes place in Miss Rabbit’s Diner on Fridays and Saturdays. 
  • Go Xtreme, LEGOLAND’s all-new stunt show opened May 27. Visitors have the exciting opportunity to witness an exhilarating showcase of stunt artists, including BMX riders, scooter riders and crowd-thrilling performers. 


  • Luminary Nights on the Green, a 20-minute show running from dusk till 10 p.m. at downtown Orlando’s newest park, Luminary Green, transforms the region’s new Orlando sign into an interactive canvas with projected animation and lights set to music. 
  • Guests exploring Dezerland Park Orlando can enjoy two new family friendly attractions, Virtual Reality (VR) Arena and Laser Tag Maze. In the VR Arena, guests can compete against each other or team up against various enemies in player vs. enemy mode. The Lazer Tag Maze’s inflatable course for up to 20 players features over 20 game modes such as free-for-all and team matches. 
  • Gatorland introduced Croc Rock, a three-in-one interactive adventure where visitors can climb, zipline and cross a swing bridge.  
  • At Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, the immersive All Systems Are Go Edutainment Experience at Universe Theater features beloved “Peanuts” characters, including Snoopy and Charlie Brown, to provide an interactive way to share NASA’s storied history, and explore past and future missions with puppets, light projections, music and sound effects. 

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