So that leaves the whole day Thursday for all 4 of us, and Fri, Sat, and Sun just me and my wife. I was thinking of going to BG Tampa on Thursday (Mapquest says 1.5 hour drive from Orlando). I want to check out the animal aspect of the park, especially Rhino Rally. And maybe get on some coasters.
But we aren't sure what to do the next three days. Orlando has so many options. I'm into roller coasters but my wife not so much (but she is willing). Maybe some other thrill rides.
So what would be the best way to approach this? Islands of Adventures is definitely in, but what else would be good, and not too "kiddy"?
If you (or your wife) havent visited a "Disney Castle Park" yet I highly suggest going for a day, just to see it. After that, you have one more day, Epcot is an intirely different experience, not so many thrill rides and very relaxing the experience is hard to describe, MGM has ToT, Fantasmic! (amazing night show) while Universal has MIB and the Mummy, if youre going to BGT then you can skip AK, there is also Sea World which is fun (Kraken is great) if you like sea shows. Its a hard choice but heres what I suggest:
Universal or MGM, look at the attractions and pick one.
2017 Trips: WDW, Dollywood, Cedar Point, KI, SDC, BGW, BGT, SWO, Universal Orlando
And I was wondering if there was a pass to get to all the parks in Orlando (not likely, since each are independently owned)?
The closest thing to an all park pass would be the 4park flex ticket that Universal and Sea World offer...
Its 14 consecutive days of admission to the Universal Parks, Seaworld, and Wet n Wild for 185. You can include Busch Gardens for 225.
Even though you are staying for only 4 days, I think its a pretty good deal considering you can come and go as you please over the course of those days. *** Edited 5/31/2005 7:53:41 PM UTC by haiderodes***
Thanks for all the replies
If you have any interest in sea life, I'd also suggest considering Discovery Cove. It's expensive, but a very unique experience, and it also satifies as an "adult" waterpark experience. (No slides, but a great beach, lazy river, and tropical swimming...) Plus, the cost includes a free full day ticket to either SWF or BGT.
But, to be honest...you can't really go wrong in what you choose to do.
I also think Disney-MGM Studios is the most enjoyable WDW park for adults. Tower of Terror and Rockin Roller Coaster are awesome thrill rides and you just can't beat a nice dinner at The Brown Derby and reserved seats for Fantasmic.
The other WDW parks are good too, but you have to be a true kid at heart to enjoy the overcrowded Magic Kingdom in July.
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