Top Orlando attractions for toddlers
Top Orlando attractions for toddlers
We’ve had so many requests from families with toddlers, who are vacationing with us this year, that we thought we’d write this week’s blog on how to get the best out of Orlando with toddlers in tow.
Before we begin listing our top Orlando attractions for families with little kids, here are a few tips to keep sane:
Fast Passes to Theme Parks
Walt Disney World FastPass – Disney FastPass+ service is included at no extra charge with the price of your ticket or Annual Pass and allows you to reserve access to select attractions, entertainment and Character Greetings before you even leave home. Please remember to book your slots prior to visiting for best use of the pass.
Universal Orlando Express Pass – Get to the fun faster with this express pass, which allows you to skip regular lines to great rides, such as ‘The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man®’, ‘Despicable Me Minion Mayhem™’ and now ‘The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™’. Prices range from USD$39.99 for Volcano Bay to approximately USD$99.99 for a two park, unlimited pass.
Don’t forget to stay shady and hydrate!If you have little ones in tow, it’s always good to travel with snacks and water bottles for in-between meal times. That sun can be fierce so sunscreen and hats at the ready!
Stroller Hire– no need to bring your stroller from home,get in touch with us and we can organise a stroller rental for you.
Total 5 Orlando attractions with toddlers
Walt Disney World (https://floridapremierrentals.com/contact/)– this year, enjoy the addition of ‘Mickey and Minnie’s Surprise Celebration’; boogie on down with the new ‘Move It! Shake It! MousekeDance Party’ and take selfies with Mickey and Minnie. Embark on a tour of the African savanna at Animal Kingdom , allowing your little ones to see elephants, tigers, lions and rhinos up close. At Epcot , Frozen fans can have all their dreams come true at the Norway Pavilion, where they can meet Elsa and Anna and board an ancient Norwegian vessel to enter the world of Arendelle.
Cool off at a Waterpark– Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon is a great place to enjoy some fun in the sun with your kids and a welcome relief from theme park queues. Ketchakiddee Creek is great for toddlers, with small slides and water squirting sculptures. Lots of our vacation rentals for families with kids feature a private pool and also sit within vacation resorts, such as Reunion Resort, with rentals such as 5-bedroom The Fairway renting from USD$200 per night to 9 bedroom luxury vacation rental The Starship Enterprise , renting from USD$1650 per night. These villas benefit from both private pools and a great resort pool too. The‘Duplo Splash Safari’ at LegoLand is also awesome for toddlers!
Sealife Orlando Aquarium– Little ones can learn all about the ocean and its inhabitants, by joining Sealife’s ‘Toddler Time’ . Running every Tuesday, it’s an educational and fun, close up view of ocean marine life.
Duplo fun at LegoLand Duplo Valley at LegoLand Florida caters for the smallest of guests. Join the Duplo tractor ride to find missing animals, have fun in the ‘Splash and Play’ areas or climb and build in the ‘Tot Spot’. There’s even a baby care center for nursing and changing.
Curious George heads to Universal Orlando– this mischievous monkey has arrived in Florida. Enter a cartoon style town and grab a pump for some water splash fun. Find activities for toddlers in the ‘Animal Show’ tent and head to the ‘Man in the Yellow Hat’s’ Ball Factory’ to blast thousands of soft foam balls at each other!
As a family run business, we care about your Florida vacation, right from first contact to well after you return home. There are no service fees when you book through us and we’ll ensure we help you to find exactly the right Orlando vacation rental to suit your family. See you in Orlando soon!