Visit Aquatica Orlando for only $8 in October

Aquatica OrlandoAquatica Orlando is offering a day at the park for only $8 this month.

This limited time offer is valid any day between October 23-26, and is available only online and until they sell out.

There is also a limited time pass online for only $37 that will let you into the park free until the end of the year. This deal is valid until they sell out. That’s less than the cost of a regular one day pass, so don’t miss out.

Aquatica Orlando is open daily from 10am to 5pm until the end of the year, weather permitting.

To purchase the $8 day pass or the $37 end of the year pass, visit AquaticaOrlando.com.

Walmart $5 Day Returns to Orlando Science Center August 24, 2014

The Orlando Science Center is fun for the whole family, but it’s an even better deal when admission is only $5 per person, like it will be on Sunday, August 24.

Orlando Science Center at nightWalmart $5 Day makes it possible for the Central Florida community to visit the Orlando Science Center, and inspire science learning for life at a significant discount. Admission to the Science Center is cut down from the original $19.00 for adults and $13.00 for children (ages 3-12) to $5.00 for one day only.

Guests will be able to enjoy all of the exhibits, live programs and giant-screen films OSC offers. This amazing opportunity is made possible by the charitable contribution of the Walmart Foundation.

Parking is available in the Orlando Science Center Parking Garage located directly across the street from the Science Center for $5 per vehicle. Hours are 10am to 5pm.

For more information, visit OSC.org.

Walmart $5 Day Returns to Orlando Science Center June 1, 2014

The Orlando Science Center is fun for the whole family, but it’s an even better deal when admission is only $5 per person, like it will be on June 1.

Orlando Science Center at nightWalmart $5 Day makes it possible for the Central Florida community to visit the Orlando Science Center, and inspire science learning for life at a significant discount. Admission to the Science Center is cut down from the original $19.00 for adults and $13.00 for children (ages 3-12) to $5.00 for one day only.

Guests will be able to enjoy all of the exhibits, live programs and giant-screen films OSC offers. This amazing opportunity is made possible by the charitable contribution of the Walmart Foundation.

Parking is available in the Orlando Science Center Parking Garage located directly across the street from the Science Center for $5 per vehicle.

For more information, visit OSC.org.

Walmart $5 Day Returns to Orlando Science Center March 2, 2014

Orlando Science Center

This weekend will be a great time to take the family to the Orlando Science Center when it offers admission to all for only $5 a person on Sunday, March 2.

Discover the latest traveling exhibit, “Zoom into Nano”; see the newest 3-D film “Mysteries of the Unseen World 3D”; catch the giant-screen spectacular “Flight of the Butterflies”; and experience four floors of hands-on exhibits and live activities that will engage your family and inspire their curiosity.

General admission fees are usually $19 for adults and $13 for youth (ages 3-11), so this is a great chance to check out the Orlando Science Center without spending a lot of money. Parking is available in the Orlando Science Center Parking Garage located directly across the street from the Science Center for $5 per vehicle.

This special event is courtesy of a partnership with the Walmart Foundation.

For more information on Walmart $5 Day, call 407-514-2000 or visit osc.org. The Orlando Science Center is located at 777 E. Princeton Street in Orlando, next to Loch Haven Park.

FunSpot Offers $89.95 Annual Pass Through January 5, 2014

FunSpot amusement parks are bringing back their Black Friday annual pass deal, through January 5, 2014.

funspot-logoFor $89.95, you get one year of admission to both the Orlando and Kissimmee locations of Fun Spot, with no black-out dates. You also get one free SkyCoaster Flight, with a t-shirt and video (before 7pm) for each park.

The pass also includes discounts on food, drink and armbands for friends and family.

You can purchase the annual pass online or at either park, and it is valid for one year from activation. For more information, visit fun-spot.com.

Kennedy Space Center Introduces New Annual Pass Options for Visitors

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex has begun offering a new three-tiered annual pass program that will allow guests to choose the experience that is best for them.

The new tiered annual pass structure and benefits are as follows:

Kennedy Space CenterDiscovery Pass – $75 plus tax for adults, $60 plus tax for children ages 3-11
· Unlimited admission for one year
· 10 percent off admission tickets for up to six guests per visit
· A Discovery Pass lanyard
· The Visitor Complex newsletter

Atlantis Pass – $89 plus tax for adults, $71 plus tax for children ages 3-11
· All Discovery Pass benefits
· Free parking
· 10 percent off souvenirs
· 10 percent off food and beverage
· 10 percent off Astronaut Training Experience® and Camp KSC®
· Exclusive special events and privileges
· An Atlantis Pass lanyard

Explorer VIP Pass – $139 plus tax adults and children
· All Atlantis and Discovery Pass benefits
· One free KSC Up-close tour
· One free Lunch with an Astronaut
· A free collectible souvenir
· An Explorer Pass lanyard

Guests who have purchased the previous Commander’s Club annual pass within the last year will continue to receive those benefits through the expiration date of their pass. The Commander’s Club pass sold for $75.

For more information on Kennedy Space Center Complex, please visit KennedySpaceCenter.com.

Aquatica Orlando Reintroduces After-2pm Unlimited Admission Pass for 2013

Aquatica OrlandoFlorida residents can enjoy summer a little more now that Aquatica Orlando has reintroduced the After-2pm Unlimited Admission Pass for 2013.

For the cost of a single day’s admission, guests can enjoy Aquatica every day after 2pm, with no blackout dates, throughout the rest of 2013.

Aquatica, SeaWorld’s Waterpark, immerses guests in the playfulness of the sea, taking them in, over and under the water with unique water rides and animal encounters. Whether you like calm sandy beaches or high speed waterslides, this park is a lot of fun.

The After-2pm Pass is $55 for age 10 and over; $50 ages 3-9.

For more information on Aquatica, or to purchase the pass, visit AquaticaOrlando.com, or call 888-800-5447. Passes can also be purchased at the park’s ticket counters.

Fun Spot America Orlando Celebrates 15th Birthday with $15 Ride Armbands on June 8, 2013

Fun Spot AmericaFun Spot America will be celebrating the 15th anniversary of its Orlando location with special deals for guests. On June 8, all guests can purchase ride armbands before noon for only $15.

The park is in the midst of a major renovation, that will expand its size from 5 acres to 15 acres. Already in place are two new rollercoasters – a steel suspended coaster, and a 2,000-ft wooden roller coaster (Orlando’s only one).

The park will open at 10am on June 8, so there will be plenty of time to get the $15 wristbands and enjoy the rides. There will also be food, prizes, and local celebrities in attendance.

Fun Spot Orlando is located at 5700 Fun Spot Way (just east of the intersection of International Drive and Kirkman) in Orlando. For more information on the park, visit FunSpotAttractions.com.

Discovery Cove Offering Florida Resident Rate Discounts this Fall

One of the most unusual parks in Orlando is Discovery Cove.

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A sister park of SeaWorld Orlando, it allows guest to interact with animals in various pools throughout the property. It also offers opportunities to swim with tropical fish, rays, and even dolphins.

Just opened is the Freshwater Oasis, where guests can wander in the water-filled trails and meet marmoset monkeys and playful Asian otters.

It is a lot of fun and since attendance is capped at a low amount, you don’t encounter the crowds found at the other theme parks.

“Dolphin Swim Day Resort” admission for Florida residents at Discovery Cove is $199 and includes:

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Greenovations Hosts $5 Day at Orlando Science Center on October 15

This Saturday is a great day to take the family to the Orlando Science Center. Not only will the OSC have a special event centering on an eco-friendly lifestyle, but admission will be just $5 all day.

Greenoventions, presented by OUC in collaboration with the OSC, will feature eco-friendly activities for the whole family exploring renewable energy,  recycling,  and energy efficient technology. Adults will also be able to participate in live demonstrations of Segways and electric vehicles like the Chevy Volt and the Nissan Leaf.

Films with a conservation message will be playing at the Dr. Phillips CineDome all day and The Garbage Men, a group of teens who play instruments created with recycled objects like cereal boxes and garbage cans, will have several performances throughout the afternoon.

This is all in addition to the OSC regular displays and exhibits.

Greenovations runs this Saturday, October 15, 2011, from 10am to 5pm. Admission is $5 for all ages (normally $17 for adults), and parking in the garage will set you back another $5 per vehicle. For more information, check out the Orlando Science Center website.

Celebrate Earth Day at the Orlando Science Center with Reduced Admission

The Orlando Science Center is fun for kids of all ages, so you’ll definitely want to visit this Saturday, April 23, 2011, when they host their Earth Day event.

Little ones will delight in eco-activities in the KidsTown preschool area while adults can enjoy behind-the-scenes Green Building tours including the facility’s new 144 panel solar array and cutting edge new HVAC system.

On level four, guests can indulge in delicious s’mores that they create using solar ovens or check out water conservation experiments in Dr. Dare’s Lab. Special guest artist Dale Wayne will work with visitors of all ages to create artwork out of recycled plastic containers.

In between the exhibits, take a break to watch Jane Goodall’s Wild Chimpanzees on the Dr. Phillips CineDome.

And if the kids get sick of all the nature exhibits, the Curious George exhibit is also running at the OSC.

Teaming with Walmart, the Orlando Science Center is offering a special discounted admission for the day – only $5 for everyone. Regular admission is $17 for adults and $12 for kids, so that’s quite a savings.

For more information, visit the Orlando Science Center website or call 407-514-2000

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