Orlando in Florida is the top destination for families when booking a holiday to America as it offers a fantastic array of attractions and theme parks which have been carefully designed with family holidays in mind.

Families will have an extensive range of things to do and places to see, as Orlando offers a central location and all of the state's best places of interest to visit.

Here is a brief guide as we take a look at just some of the many things you might like to add to your holiday itinerary when you take your next family holiday to Orlando.

Florida's wonderful year-round climate means that you can enjoy both the outdoor and indoor attractions at anytime of the year, which means you and your family can expect to enjoy great theme parks like Discovery Cove where you can wade with playful rays, or snorkel over a tropical reef and even swim with an Atlantic bottlenose dolphin.

If you are a fan of sea-life, then a trip to SeaWorld Orlando is certainly a must, as you and your family will be able to enjoy one of the world's most popular marine life adventure parks. Every day there are spectacular live shows, plus exciting thrill rides in the theme park and, of course, wonderful up-close marine life encounters.

Probably the most well-known and famous theme park in region is Walt Disney World Orlando. Here, you will be able to experience a range of different themed locations. You can choose from the Epcot center, Disney's Animal Kingdom, Magic Kingdom Park, Disney's Hollywood Studios, Disney's Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach. Alternately, if you purchase one of Disney's Premium or Ultimate tickets, you and your family can enjoy multiple visits to a range of these wonderful resorts and experience some of the Disney magic yourself.

One of the other top attractions which should feature on any visitor's holiday itinerary to Orlando or Florida is the amazing Kennedy Space Center. Located only an hour from Orlando, the Kennedy Space Center is a truly fascinating place.

At the Space Center, you will not only be able to meet a real life Astronaut, but you will also be able to walk amongst some of the most famous gigantic rockets history has ever seen. The daily tours will let you take a peek at a full size Space Shuttle replica, look at the rocket launch areas, see the spaceflight simulators, be blown away by amazing IMAX films and even touch a piece of rock from Mars.



Source by Gregory Greene