Disney World is just one reason why Orlando, Florida, is magical for children. This city is brimming with numerous attractions, experiences, and activities that kids can enjoy and run out of their vacation days while there’s still a lot left!
The Top 5 smaller attractions for kids in Orlando, Florida.
Crayola Experience is undoubtedly one of the top kids’ attractions in Orlando, Florida. It is filled with interactive activities for toddlers and more than 20 attractions, such as a silly selfie station, a drip art area, and a 4D coloring adventure.
With two separate playgrounds, one for older kids and one for little tots, there’s plenty of fun waiting to be had. Kids 2 or younger also get free admission!
Wonderworks is a quirky place to be with kids that promises a lot of fun. It is a 35,000 square feet amusement park for the MIND. It is one of the most unusual attractions for curious kids because of its upside-down building. Yes, you read that right. The story is that this building used to be a top-secret lab in Bermuda Triangle, but thanks to an experiment gone wrong, it ended up in Orland, upside down!
This attraction is designed on the idea of edutainment and brings together the best of both worlds with 100 hands-on exhibits to get curious little minds running at full speed!
LEGOLAND Florida Resort is one of the best theme parks designed specifically for kids. It’s DUPLO Valley features fun-filled rides, sever activities, and many play areas to keep your little ones engrossed. But that’s not all. Apart from DUPLO Valley, LEGO Technic, LEGO City, and LEGO Kingdoms can fill your tot’s fun meter for the rest of the year.
Lastly, LEGOLAND’s very own water park for kids and its Cypress Gardens are cherry on the top for a memorable Orlando visit.
But there’s yet another part of LEGOLAND that needs a proper introduction, and that is:
Peppa Pig Theme Park
Located inside LEGOLAND Florida Resort, the Peppa Pig theme park is an immersive and festive experience for the little ones revolving around the world of Peppa and her friends. It is a standalone theme park with six new rides designed only for preschoolers, lots of shows, splash pads, character meet and greets, and play spaces. Mummy Pigs and Daddy Pigs are always there to ride along with your kids eliminating the need for child swaps.
Gatorland is really popular among kids, especially those with a curiosity for the wild beasts. This place offers unlimited train rides, the chance for the tots to feed alligators, and an alligator meet n’ greet.
Apart from the gators, there are plenty of other animals to see, such as wild cats, snakes, crocs, birds, and tortoises. Adventure experiences such as the petting zoo, nighttime shows, ziplining, gator gauntlet, and adventure hour make Gatorland a thrilling experience for kids.
No matter which of these places you wish to surprise your children this year, you can’t ever go wrong with a discount.