Orlando Spring Break 2018
Orlando Spring Break 2018 – If you’re like me, you’re looking for things to do over Spring Break with your kids and/or family and sometimes need some help with ideas. If you’re planning a stay-cation with your kiddos, here are some ideas that might help you find things to do to make fun family memories.
Below are some of our ideas to help make a Spring Break stay-cation more memorable in Central Florida.
Whether you’re looking for something at the theme parks, free and cheap, something with animals and more, we’ve worked to give you ideas on how to turn the kid capital of the world into your playground for Spring Break 2018.
No matter what you choose to do, we hope you have an amazing time! Break 2018.
Theme Parks – Florida Resident Discounts
Walt Disney World Multi-Day Tickets. Enjoy the week at Walt Disney World Resort with a 3-Day Ticket ($159) or a 4-Day Ticket ($179). These tickets can be used any day until June 24,2018. You can visit one park per day with these tickets.
Walt Disney World Florida Resident Annual Pass. If you live in Seminole, Osceola, Orange Volusia, or Lake Counties or have Spring Break on or before March 23, 2018, you can enjoy a Weekday Select Pass and spend multiple days (Monday through Friday) at any of the 4 Disney Theme Parks (water parks not included). The pass is $289 each and is good for all year to use (Monday through Friday). Orlando Spring Break 2018
Or, you can go with a Silver ($439), Gold ($589),Platinum ($729), or Platinum Plus Pass ($829). With the Silver Pass and Gold Pass. blackout dates apply. Be sure to check out the Flower and Garden Festival at Epcot!
Sea World Annual Pass. Enjoy Sea World and Aquatica for the whole year for $175 per pass. Or, you can add Busch Gardens for $252 for the year. You can break these into monthly payments for $14.58 or $21 respectively. These passes have no blackout dates. Don’t forget about the Preschool Pass too!
Aquatica Annual Pass. Act by March 15, 2018 and get an Aquatica Annual Pass for just $10 per month with EZPay! This includes unlimited admission and free parking! These passes have no blackout dates.
Universal Orlando. Enjoy a 2 Park Power Annual Pass and get 3 extra months free ($319). This path includes both parks, but blackout dates apply. The 2-Park Preferred Annual Pass ($349) or the Premier Annual Pass ($489) also come with 3 additional months, but have no black out days and more privileges. There are three park passes to include Volcano Bay that start at $418.99 each. Or, you can enjoy one park per day with 4 tickets per person from $164,99 for adults or $155.99 for kids.
Legoland. Enjoy unlimited admission to Legoland for one year for $99 per person. Orlando Spring Break 2018
Kennedy Space Center. Enjoy a Family Four Pack Deal for $139 (plus tax). Purchase by March 23, 2018 and enjoy up to 120 days after purchase.
Free and Cheap
Enjoy a State Park. Check out a State Park in our area and have some outdoor fun hiking, camping, checking out the manatees and more! Go canoe or kayak for some back to nature fun! Some of our favorites are Wekiva Springs and Blue Springs State Park!
Parks and Playgrounds. Head out to a park or playground where the kids can be kids in some fantastic parks in our area. If it gets too hot, head to a fun indoor playground! Check out some of our Family Video Reviews!
Beach. We have some great beaches in Cocoa, Daytona, New Smyrna or on the west coast with Clearwater Beach!
Disney Springs. With shops, entertainment, and more, the family can enjoy some outdoor time walking around and soaking up some sun. My Central Florida Family loves to hop on the free boat rides across the lake!
Daytona Beach Pier. featuring thrill rides, amusements, gift shops, snack bars, restaurants and a classic arcade, this is a family favorite!
U-Pick Strawberries. Take the kids for some strawberry picking in several places throughout Central Florida!
Splash Pads. Some of the area’s splash pads open for spring break and others open later in the year, but head to a splash pad for some outdoor fun!
Campfires at Disney. Head to a Disney Resort for a campfire experience. Orlando Spring Break 2018
Disney’s Boardwalk. Enjoy an evening at the Boardwalk at Disney Resorts. It’s timeless charm with a quarter-mile promenade of dining, unique shops, and exciting nightlife. You can even catch a free boat ride and the Epcot fireworks!
Spring Training Tickets. Check out Spring Training at the ESPN Wide World of Sports. Tickets start at $15 each.
Orlando Magic. Enjoy a game with the kids at the Amway Center. Games start at just $15 each.
Zoos. Head to one of the zoos to check out animals from all over the world. My Central Florida Family loves Lowry Park in Tampa, the Brevard Zoo in Melbourne, and the Central Florida Zoo right here in Sanford.
GatorWorld. Head to Wildwood for a drive-thru Gator Park with petting zoo.
Camps. Check out our list of camps to keep the kiddos engaged over Spring Break.
Day Trips. Take a day trip or two. We have some suggestions for you on our list of day trips!
Dinner Out! Plan a fun dinner out! Check out our top voted family restaurants in Central Florida or where kids can eat free throughout the week. Or, enjoy some theatrical dinners such as Medieval Times or Pirate’s Dinner Theater!
Central Florida Fair. Head to West Orlando and enjoy the Central Florida Fair with the family.
Fun Spot. Affordable fun can be found at Fun Spot. From racing cars to bumper cars, a Ferris wheel, roller coasters and more, you can enjoy a day at Fun Spot.
I’Drive. Head to the Orlando Eye, Skeletons, Madam Tussauds, or the SeaLife Aquarium. You can enjoy putt putt golfing, Andretti Indoor Karting and Games, I’drive Nascar or K1 Speed. Check out Dave and Busters or Hard Knocks too.
24/7/365 Calendar. Check out our daily calendar of events for fun events happening each day!
Farmer’s Market. Check out your local Farmer’s Market!rlan
Spring Cleaning. Work the kids to help clean out closets, clean rooms, and tidy up the house!
Camp Out. Camp out in the backyard and enjoy the sounds of the outdoors.
Movie Day. Catch up on or re-watch some our your favorite family movies. Put out pillows and sleeping bags!
Plant some flowers. Head to your local nursery and get some flowers to plant in the yard! Or, better yet, start a garden!
Easter Cards. If you celebrate, make and send some hand-made Easter cards.
The sky is the limit! Whether you spend money or go as cost effective as possible, there is so much in our own backyard for you to enjoy. We hope this list helps you find the fun with your family! If there is anything we missed or that we should add, please send your comments to Brandi@MyCentralFloridaFamily.com.
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