Orlando, Florida is an ideal family destination at any time of year, with so many resorts to choose from you will be spoilt for choice once you arrive.
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Once you arrive, Orlando has a wealth of family orientated fun as well as catering for ‘big kids’. The world famous Disney and Universal resorts are a few of the biggest attractions in this beautiful place, and with year round offers applying to both, you can make the most of the entertainment while taking advantage of the latest bargain packages.
There are many ways to enjoy your family time either at the resorts in Orlando or outside of these; for example the fantastic Kids Club choices of childcare available. These are run by qualified professional child care providers in safe environments and give you the much needed couple time you may crave while away from the pressures of work. Whether you want to have a night out enjoying dinner and a dance or a day in the pool these reasonably priced clubs are a joy to kids and provide so many activities year round, your child will love to stay no matter how often you visit.
There are so many other reasons to visit Orlando outside of these two resorts including exploring the local history at the Orange County Regional History Centre, where you can learn how a place previously made famous by cattle numbers and gun fighting history becomes infamous for housing Disney and becoming one of the worlds biggest holiday destinations, visit one of the 15 museums or simply take in an evening at one of Orlando’s theatres.
The Orlando Shakespeare Theatre, for example, is famous for re-enacting plays for kids and is a great way to get them to engage with some high culture in amongst all the theatrics available in the main resorts. Alternatively visit the CityArts Factory in downtown Orlando to indulge in the latest works from artists, cinema and theatre.