Are you coming to Florida looking for adventure? There's nothing quite like the roller coasters at the Sunshine State theme parks. (2023)

Von Dahlia Colon

Florida is home to countless thrills, from breathtaking sunsets to mind-blowing space shuttle launches. For visitors who don't seem to be feeling adventurous enough, buckle up for these thunderous rollercoaster rides.

These parks have roller coasters full of emotions. Whether it's a roller coaster for the whole family and the little ones, or for those who love strong emotions, this list of attractions will not disappoint. If you're looking for a park near you, you'll find helpful links and driving directions to learn more about each attraction.

Please note: The rides close regularly for maintenance or renovations. So call ahead or check online to see if your favorite is operational.

Busch Gardens Tampa Bay

Busch Gardens is like a combination amusement park and zoo, so it's fitting that many of its roller coasters are animal-themed. 10165 McKinley Drive, Tampa, 1-813-884-4FUN (4386);

The roller-coaster:air grove
Location:Fun Safari on Sesame Street
What to expect:Can you tell me how to get a roller coaster designed for children? Go on this ride where kids can ride alone or with their parents.
Minimum height required:38 inches

The roller-coaster:hunt cheetahs
Location:edge of Africa
What to expect:With 4,400 feet of thrills, this steel roller coaster is the most exhilarating ride in the park. Three starts and top speeds of 60mph prove this attraction is not for the faint of heart.
Minimum height required:48 inches

The roller-coaster:curse of the snake
Location:edge of Africa
What to expect:No two rides are the same on this family-friendly coaster, each with a different twist. With forward and backward movement and a height of 70 feet, this meandering feel is great for older kids.
Minimum height required:48 inches to ride alone. Passengers who are at least 42 inches tall may ride with an attendant who is at least 14 years old.

The roller-coaster:iron falls
What to expect:Opening in Spring 2022, this attraction bills itself as the tallest wood-and-steel hybrid coaster in North America and the fastest and steepest hybrid coaster in the world. With top speeds of 76 mph, a 206-foot peak of 91 degrees, and three exhilarating inversions, this alligator-inspired ride is sure to capture your attention.
Minimum height required:48 inches

The roller-coaster:I'm getting married
What to expect:Hold your stomach for this high-intensity roller coaster made of steel. It starts with a 135-foot drop before plunging into a loop. There you will experience 3 seconds of weightlessness while spinning 360 degrees.
Minimum height required:54 inches

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The roller-coaster:Montage
What to expect:Get ready for not one, not two, butSevenInversions This historic steel ride was the world's first roller coaster with an Immelmann loop (simultaneous loop and roll). The aerobatic maneuver is named after the late German fighter pilot Max Immelmann.
Minimum height required:54 inches

The roller-coaster:Sand Streamer
What to expect:Family fun reaches new heights on this 5-story kids' roller coaster. The "wild mouse" style ride climbs, slides and slides through twists and turns before bringing you back to earth with screams of joy.
Minimum height required:42 inches

The roller-coaster:Scorpio
What to expect:Feel the rush of action as you race through a 360 degree loop at up to 80 km/h.
Minimum height required:42 inches

The roller-coaster:Sheik Kra
What to expect:Soar 200 feet before plunging into a 90-degree drop on an Immelmann Loop at 70 mph. You'll barely have time to catch your breath before descending into an underground tunnel. This tour is not for the faint hearted.
Minimum height required:54 inches

The roller-coaster:Tiger
What to expect:Expect the unexpected with this cat-inspired roller coaster that reaches speeds in excess of 60 miles per hour. Grinding turns, back-and-forth motion, and 150 feet of elevation add up to over 1,800 feet of steel-rail thrills almost as powerful as the tiger itself.
Minimum height required:54 inches

Legoland Florida Resort

This theme park is packed with kid-friendly rides, including a handful of roller coasters for the whole family to enjoy together. One LEGOLAND Way, Winter Haven, 888-690-5346;
The roller-coaster:Posavasosaurio
Location:adventure land
What to expect:The whole family will have fun on this wooden roller coaster for children. You'll be captivated as the ride twists and turns, plunging into a prehistoric jungle filled with life-size LEGO dinosaurs.
Minimum height required:42 inches

The roller-coaster:The Dragon
Location:Lego Kingdoms
What to expect:Get ready for this indoor/outdoor steel coaster. Feel the warmth of dragon breath on your face as you fight your way through an enchanted castle, then step back into the great outdoors as you soar above the friendly green dragon.
Minimum height required:40 inches Guests between 40 and 48 inches must travel with a responsible passenger who is at least 14 years old.

The roller-coaster:flight school
Location:Lego city
What to expect:This suspended roller coaster sets the stage for high-flying fun.
Minimum height required:44 inches; Guests between 44" and 52" must be accompanied by a responsible passenger at least 14 years old and 52" tall. Maximum rider height is 6ft 5in.

The roller-coaster:The Great Lego Race
What to expect:Buckle up and you're ready for some fast-paced rally racing on this car racing roller coaster.
Minimum height required:42 inches Guests 42 to 47 inches can travel with a responsible passenger who is at least 14 years old and 48 inches tall. Guests taller than 48 inches can travel alone.

Fun Spot America Orlando

This family-owned amusement park is conveniently located near International Drive, Central Florida's hub for attractions, shopping, dining and nightlife. In addition to thrilling rides and roller coasters, the park offers a go-kart track, bumper cars, arcade games, carnival games and much more. 5700 Fun Spot Way, Orlando, 407-363-3867;

The roller-coaster:freedom brochure
What to expect:With a top speed of 34 miles per hour, this family-friendly ride will have you squealing with delight. With your feet dangling above the theme park, this suspended inverted steel roller coaster twists hairpin turns and spins you around.
Minimum height required:48 inches or 36 inches with an adult

The roller-coaster:white lighting
What to expect:With rights to brag as Orlando's only wooden roller coaster, this historic attraction offers 21st-century thrills. With speeds up to 48 mph, the smooth ride is anything but blustery.
Minimum height required:46 inches

Funny place America Kissimmee

Like its Orlando sister location, this family entertainment center features bumper cars, a carousel, a giant slide and more. 2850 Fla. Plaza Blvd., 407-363-3867;

The roller-coaster:rotate galaxy
What to expect:With up to three people per seat, your group will have an incredible experience as the journey weaves around hairpin bends.
Minimum height required:48 inches

The roller-coaster:mine blower
What to expect:This twist-and-turn ride has every right to brag as Florida's only inverted wooden roller coaster.
Minimum height: 48 inches

Peppa Pig Themenpark

Excellent! A roller coaster for small children. The world's first amusement park dedicated to the lovable British cartoon pig is just steps away from LEGOLAND Florida Resort. The park will open in February 2022 and requires separate entry. 1551 Helena Road SE, Cypress Gardens;

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The roller-coaster:Papa Pig's roller coaster
What to expect:Take a ride in Daddy Pig's clean red car. But watch out for mud puddles as Mr. Bull digs the trail. This smooth roller coaster is perfect for young riders. Ready, Set, Go!
Minimum height required:36" Drivers under 42" must be accompanied by a responsible attendant aged 14 or over.

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SeaWorld Orlando's Manta Coaster invites you on an adventure on the high seas that begins with a prone fall and continues through up to four inversions.
Orlando sea world

Sea World Orlando

In recent years, the marine park has become famous for its exciting attractions. 7007 SeaWorld Drive, Orlando, 407-545-5550;

The roller-coaster:icebreaker
What to expect:The park's first roller coaster, opening in February 2022, will make you sweat. The icy fun consists of four inclines, back and forth, that ascend in a reverse incline along Florida's steepest vertical drop: 27.5 meters high, at a 100-degree angle. You'll barely have time to catch your breath before launching into a top-hat maneuver full of twists and turns, all at top speeds of 82km/h.
minimum height required: 48 inches

The roller-coaster:Cracks
What to expect:The thrill of riding Orlando's only bottomless roller coaster is modeled after a mythical underwater animal. Hold on tight as you cruise at 65 mph in an open seat as you dangle your feet above the crowd as you climb 150 feet.
Minimum height required:54 inches

The roller-coaster:Mako
What to expect:Named after one of the fastest sharks in the world, this steel roller coaster can reach speeds of up to 120 km/h and reach heights of up to 200 feet. Immerse yourself in the thrill of flying over a lake as you experience the nation's #1 roller coaster, according to the USA Today 10Best Readers' Choice Awards of 2021.
Minimum height required:54 inches

The roller-coaster:Manta
What to expect:Embark on an adventure on the high seas that begins with an upside-down, nose-down fall and progresses through to four inversions. If you've always wanted to feel like a manta ray traveling at speeds of up to 85 km/h, you'll ride this coaster like a fish in water.
Minimum height required:54 inches


The most magical place on earth offers exciting attractions to delight and/or terrify visitors of all ages. 1375 E Buena Vista Drive, Orlando, 407-939-5277;

The roller-coaster:oh barn
Location:Fantasyland ohne Magic Kingdom
What to expect:Little pilots will have lots of high-flying fun when they perform in Goofy's aerobatic show. Take a seat in the Big Goofini's stunt plane, climb to the top of a wooden lookout tower, then delve into the busy enclosure before landing safely on the ground. This charming ride is ideal for preschoolers.
Minimum height required:35 inches

The roller-coaster:Great Thunder Mountain Railway
Location:Frontier without Magic Kingdom
What to expect:Hop on for this Wild West-inspired tour that takes you through an abandoned mineshaft to the ghost town of Tumbleweed. Featuring exploding dynamite, falling rocks, a dark cave, and intentionally rutted trails, this tour is best suited to older children and adults.
Minimum height required:40 inches

The roller-coaster:Everest Expedition - The Legend of the Forbidden Mountain
Location:Disneys Animal Kingdom Themenpark
What to expect:Experience a Tibetan village at the foot of Mount Everest before boarding a train that takes you to the Himalayas. This ride is best suited for older kids, teens and adults with loud noises, high speeds, steep gradients, dark places and spooky special effects. Run through the icy, dark mountains and try to escape from the legendary yeti snow monster.
Minimum height required:44 inches

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The roller-coaster:Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind
What to expect:Slated to open in Summer 2022, this intergalactic space chase will be Epcot's first official roller coaster and one of the largest indoor roller coasters in the world. The Family Ride features 360 spins, cameos from characters from the film, and songs from the film series' soundtrack.
Minimum height required:to confirm

The roller-coaster:Rock 'n' Roller Coaster mit Aerosmith
Location:Sunset Boulevard and Disney's Hollywood Studios
What to expect:You won't want to miss a thing on this rollercoaster ride honoring the Grammy-winning rock group. Hop in the band's limousine and speed through the night as Aerosmith races to get to a gig on time. Stroll by famous Hollywood landmarks, avoid traffic jams, and feel the sweet thrill of three inversions: two somersaults and a corkscrew, all set to a soundtrack of the band's hits.
Minimum height required:48 inches

The roller-coaster:Mine train of the seven dwarfs
Location:Fantasyland ohne Magic Kingdom
What to expect:Hey-ho, hey-ho, there you go up a steep slope. Then go to the mineshaft where the seven dwarfs whistle at work. Then head through the cave into the sky for a panoramic view of Fantasyland before descending back down to the base of the mountain. While waiting in line, try to sort and wash the jewelry.
Minimum height required:38 inches

The roller-coaster:Weltraum Berg
Location:Tomorrowland ohne Magic Kingdom
What to expect:Experience an out-of-this-world adrenaline rush as you zoom past shooting stars, comets and meteorites on this roller coaster in the dark. You'll even feel the gravitational pull as you spin through a wormhole before landing safely on Earth. The drops and darkness make this trip best for older kids, tweens, and adults.
Minimum height required:44 inches

The roller-coaster:sneaking dog breed
Location:Toy Story Land und Disneys Hollywood Studios
What to expect:You'll be entertained as Andy's toy pup pushes the fun to the limit. Navigate turns, climb hills and run downhill in this family gametoy story-Travel inspired.
Minimum height required:38 inches

The roller-coaster:Splash-Berg
Location:Frontier in Magic Kingdom Park
What to expect:It's debatable whether this classic log slide featuring animals from the southern swamp counts as a roller coaster. But all you really need to know is you. go Take. Wet. The experience includes 95,000 gallons of water, three dives and a five story drop. Sit in the back to get wet or splashed, or choose a front seat to fully immerse yourself.
Minimum height required:40 inches

The roller-coaster:TRON Light Rad Racing
Location:Tomorrowland ohne Magic Kingdom
What to expect:Based on the Tron film series, this roller coaster is still under construction and an opening date has not yet been announced. Similar to Shanghai Disneyland's TRON Lightcycle Power Run, this indoor roller coaster's riders must climb onto lightweight two-wheelers to go at speeds of up to 95 km/h.
Minimum height required:to confirm

Old Town

Step back in time when you visit this 18-acre destination filled with restaurants, shops, and tours. Don't miss the weekly Saturday night vintage car cruise. 5770 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway, Kissimmee, 407-396-4888;

The roller-coaster:hurricane
Location:south square
What to expect:The five-story ride is the calm before the storm on this family-friendly roller coaster, which seats six passengers per ride.
Minimum height required: 42 inches

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Expect to be upside down and inside out on the Jurassic World VelociCoaster.
-Universal Orlando Resort

Orlando Universal Touristenzentrum

Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure and Volcano Bay come together under the Universal Orlando umbrella. Purchase individual park tickets or purchase a multi-park pass. 6000 Universal Boulevard, Orlando, 407-363-8000;

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The roller-coaster:Flight of the Hippogriff
Location:The Wizarding World of Harry Potter: Hogsmeade at Universal's Islands of Adventure
What to expect:Fly through Hagrid's pumpkin patch on this family roller coaster. Pay attention to Hagrid's instructions on how to properly approach a hippogriff, a magical hybrid horse and eagle.
Minimum height required:36" Drivers under 48" must be accompanied by a companion aged 14 or over.

The roller-coaster:Harry Potter and an Escape from Gringotts
Location:The Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Diagon Alley
What to expect:A fire-breathing dragon takes you into an underground world of multidimensional emotions. Along the way, you'll meet Harry, Ron, and Hermione while fending off Voldemort, Bellatrix, and other villains trying to prevent you from safely returning to Diagon Alley.
Minimum height required:42" Drivers under 48" must be accompanied by a companion aged 14 or over.

The roller-coaster:Hagrid's Magical Creatures Motorrad-Abenteuer
Location:The Wizarding World of Harry Potter: Hogsmeade at Universal's Islands of Adventure
What to expect:Hop on your own motorbike as you tear through the Forbidden Forest on a steely ride that Universal calls their most themed and immersive roller coaster yet. As you head out into the wild at speeds of up to 80 km/h, you will encounter some of the world's most unique magical creatures.
Minimum height required:48 inches

The roller-coaster:Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit
Location:Production Center at Universal Studios Florida
What to expect:Music lovers choose their own music, which becomes their personal soundtrack for this massive steel roller coaster. Feel the rhythm of the music and your own heartbeat as you soar into the sky at a 90-degree angle and endure breathtaking falls at speeds of up to 105 km/h. Tweens, teens and adults will enjoy the excitement of this tour.
Minimum height required:51 inches

The roller-coaster:VelociCoaster von Jurassic World
Location:Universals Islands of Adventure
What to expect:Sink your teeth into the adventure as you dash alongside these giant predators, hurtling and spinning across land and water at speeds of up to 70 mph. Opened in June 2021, this roller coaster is already undoubtedly one of the most popular rides in the park.
Minimum height required:51 inches

The roller-coaster:Krakatoa Water Coaster
Location:River Village and Universal's Volcano Bay
What to expect:Test the water on this four-person canoe tour that begins atop a dark, misty volcano and ends with a descent over a waterfall. Expect to get soaked.
Minimum height required:42" Drivers under 48" must be accompanied by a companion aged 14 or over.

The roller-coaster:Revenge of the Mummy
Location:New York in den Universal Studios Florida
What to expect:Let yourself be drawn into the thrill of the hunt as you run away from the evil mummy Imhotep. This forward and reverse includes a black trench jump with a top speed of 45 mph.
Minimum height required:48 inches



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What new theme park is coming to Florida? ›

Epic Universe will be the fourth park at the Orlando resort, joining Universal Studios Florida, Islands of Adventure and the Volcano Bay waterpark. It was first announced in 2019, but Universal has not yet shared a prospective opening date.

What theme park in Florida has the best rides? ›

Which theme park in Orlando has the best rides? Universal's Island has the best rides in Orlando. The rides have popular themes, including The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Marvel. However, the rides have also won titles, like the VelociCoaster being the tallest launch coaster in Florida.

What popular theme park is found in Florida? ›

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What is the largest theme park in Florida? ›

Walt Disney World may be considered “The Happiest Place on Earth,” but it can no longer hold onto its reputation of Florida's largest theme park. This honor now goes to the action-adventure “theme park” MIAMILAND.

What new attractions are coming to Universal in 2023? ›

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The long-awaited Super Nintendo World will open on February 17, 2023, at Universal Studios Hollywood, and we're hyped!

What new rides are coming to Disney World 2023? ›

Tron Lightcycle Power Run

Originally slated to be a part of Walt Disney World's 50th Anniversary, we now know this new attraction will be opening on April 4, 2023. This amazing new coaster will put guests aboard a two-wheeled “lightning cycle” before sending them off on a thrilling adventure on the digital frontier.

What are the two most popular theme parks tourists visit in Orlando Florida? ›

The best theme parks in Orlando, predictably, are dominated by Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando.

Which Disney park is the cheapest in Florida? ›

While Magic Kingdom will be priced at or above the theme parks, Disney's Animal Kingdom has the cheapest price range.

What is the number 1 ride at Disney? ›

1. Avatar Flight of Passage. Deep inside beautifully designed Pandora — The World of Avatar is Disney's best ride: Avatar Flight of Passage.

How much does it cost to go to a theme park in Florida? ›

One Day Theme Park Admission Prices plus Parking 2022
AttractionAdult (10+)
AttractionSeaWorld OrlandoAdult (10+)$109.99
AttractionAquaticaAdult (10+)$73.99
AttractionDiscovery CoveAdult (10+)from $149.00
AttractionBusch Gardens Tampa BayAdult (10+)$113.99
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What is the most beautiful park in Florida? ›

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  • Dry Tortugas and Fort Jefferson National Park.
  • Ichetucknee Springs State Park.
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What is the #1 theme park in the US? ›

Dollywood Named #1 Theme Park in the United States and #8 Theme Park in the World in 2022 Travelers' Choice Best of the Best Awards.

What is the most popular Disney park in Florida? ›

Magic Kingdom is Walt Disney World's most popular park, and also its smallest. This makes having a plan an important part of your Magic Kingdom Day if you hope to avoid the crowds and enjoy the rides.

Is Disney World Florida bigger than Disneyland? ›

Disney World: Size. The two parks couldn't be more different when it comes to their sizes. Disney World covers an astonishing 43 square miles of land. Disneyland is just 500 acres — that means about 51 Disneylands can fit inside Disney World.

What rides is universal getting rid of? ›

Universal Studios Florida

Woody Woodpecker's KidZone Permanent Attraction Closures – The adventures of Fievel's Playland, Woody Woodpecker's Nuthouse Coaster, Curious George Goes to Town, DreamWorks Destination, and Shrek and Donkey's Meet & Greet have come to an end with their closure on January 15, 2023.

What rides are closing at Universal Orlando 2022? ›

Recently Permanently Closed Attractions and Dining Venues
  • Curious George Goes to Town on January 16, 2023.
  • DreamWorks Destination on January 16, 2023.
  • Fievel's Playland on January 16, 2023.
  • Woody Woodpecker's Nuthouse Coaster on January 16, 2023.
  • Universal's Superstar Parade on June 5, 2022.
  • Bone Chillin' on November 6, 2022.

What is replacing Shrek at Universal Orlando? ›

Known in permits as Project 331, the new Minions attraction is being built inside of the former Shrek 4-D attraction, which is Building 40 (or Building 4D, as the gag on the side says). Shrek 4-D closed permanently back in January, after running for 18 years at Universal Studios Florida.

What is the cheapest time to go to Disney World 2023? ›

Within each year, January and February are the cheapest months to visit. January 9-12 and January 16 through mid-February 2023 are two relatively crowd date ranges that are cheapest. Prices spike for the week of Presidents' Day/Mardi Gras, falling again the next week–but not as low as those early-year off-season dates.

What is Moana replacing at EPCOT? ›

In any case, that's not where Moana's Journey of Water is going. Instead, the water maze will more or less replace half of Innoventions West, which was demolished as part of EPCOT's central spine redesign. Moana's Journey of Water will be part of the new World Nature neighborhood.

Will Disney prices go up in 2023? ›

As of January 4th, 2023, all guests are now paying the higher price. Tickets have gone up from $5-8 per day on average (depending on the number of park days you purchase).

What is the nicest part of Orlando? ›

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Which Disney park is best for one day? ›

A Magic Kingdom itinerary is simply a must if your family only has one day at Disney World. The main reason being the Magic Kingdom Park is by far the most-visited theme park in the world.

Which Disney park is best for adults? ›

Epcot – Epcot is a widely considered to be the most adult theme park of the four at the Walt Disney World Resort, and with good reason.

What is the cheapest month to go to Disney? ›

As a rule, January, February, August, and September are the cheapest seasons, as long as you avoid any holidays in those months. November and December are also good, though the discounts are not quite as deep.

How much does it cost for a day at Disney World in Florida? ›

As an example, a one-day ticket varies in pricing from $109 to $159 per day depending on the exact dates that are chosen to visit a theme park and which additional options are chosen.

How much is a Disney ticket in Florida? ›

Standard Theme Park Ticket

1-day tickets range from $109 - $189. Price varies based on park and date selected. At this time, the lowest price for a 1-day ticket can be found in August and September 2023. Can add the Park Hopper option, Water Park and Sports option or Park Hopper Plus option.

What is the most crowded week at Disney? ›

The parks are most crowded around the following holidays:
  • New Year's Day - Jan. 1.
  • Easter - April 9, 2023, and March 31, 2024.
  • Independence Day - July 4.
  • Thanksgiving - Nov. 23, 2023, and Nov. 28, 2024.
  • Christmas Eve - Dec. 24.
  • Christmas - Dec. 25.
  • New Year's Eve - Dec. 31.
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How much does a full day at Disney World cost? ›

That means on average you can expect to pay about $135 per adult and $130 per child for one-day tickets. Multi-Day Disney World park passes on the other hand reward you the more days you go and the longer your pass, the less you pay per day. This is always the best value.

How much does it cost to go to Universal Studios in Florida for one day? ›

If you are only visiting one park, the one day ticket price for Universal Studios Orlando 2023 for an adult starts at $109 and goes all the way up to $159 (tax not included). A child's ticket is $5 lower, from $104-154 (tax not included).

How much does it cost to sleep at Disney World? ›

However, today you can expect to pay over $200 per night during peak season at one of Disney's “value” hotels, while moderate hotels can easily top $300 per night and deluxe resorts start in the $500 per night range and go up well into the thousands.

What is the prettiest beach town in Florida? ›

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What is the most beautiful park in the US? ›

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What is the safest theme park in the world? ›

Canada's Wonderland is the safest amusement park in the world. In its life span, there have been no deaths, accidents, or personal injuries. Which country has the most amusement parks?

What is the deadliest theme park? ›

During its heyday in the 1980s and 1990s, New Jersey's Action Park earned a reputation as the most insane — and the most dangerous — amusement park that ever existed. The park was known as a lawless land, run by drunk teenage employees and frequented by even drunker teenage guests.

What is the best month to go to Disney World Florida? ›

Off-peak times fall around January, February, August, September, and early November. Discounts on vacation packages (which combine park tickets and hotel stays) booked directly through Disney World and deals on accommodations are regularly offered throughout the year, typically during these less-crowded times.

What is the best time of year to go to Disney World in Florida? ›

The best time to go to Disney World for pleasant weather is in March-May. April receives the least amount of rain on average. The high temperatures range from 75-85 degrees, which is perfect for walking around the theme parks or taking a dip in the pool. October and November also offer comfortable temperatures.

What is the busiest time of year for Disney World Florida? ›

December 26-31. This is the most crowded and most expensive time of year. Crowds get increasingly bad starting about December 20 and running through the New Year. (If you absolutely must go at this time, check out our Christmas week survival guide.)

What is the number 1 visited national park? ›

Blue Ridge Parkway

Which Disney park is most worth it? ›

A: The three best Disney World parks are: #1 – Magic Kingdom, #2 – EPCOT, #3 – Animal Kingdom. Unfortunately, Hollywood Studios comes in at fourth on our list because it is very busy with long lines and better suited for teens.

Is it cheaper to go to Disney World or Disneyland? ›

Is Disneyland cheaper than Disney World? The cheapest tickets at Disneyland cost slightly less than their Disney World counterparts. One-day, one-park tickets to Disneyland start at $104. The starting price is $109 at Disney World.

Which is bigger Disney in Florida or California? ›

Another major difference between Disneyland and Disney World is the size of the theme parks. According to, Disneyland is about 500 acres, while Disney World is more than 43 square miles of land, making Disney World a much larger entertainment resort.

How much does it cost to go to Disneyland? ›

Disneyland Resort Multi-Day 1-Park per Day Tickets
Prices do no include tax.Ages 3-9
2-Day Disneyland Ticket* (1 Park per day)$240 Save $6 vs gate
3-Day Disneyland Ticket (1 Park per day)$310 Save $18 vs gate
4-Day Disneyland Ticket (1 Park per day)$340 Save $20 vs gate
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What new theme park rides are coming to Florida in 2022? ›

The biggest new attraction at EPCOT is the Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind roller coaster which opened on May 27, 2022. That means it will be open for the entire Fall and holiday season which is in time for the park's 40th Anniversary in October 2022.

What is new to Florida theme parks 2022? ›

— In 2022, Florida theme parks were busy opening new attractions. SeaWorld Orlando debuted its Ice Breaker coaster, while its sibling park Busch Gardens Tampa Bay opened Iron Gwazi. Disney also opened a new coaster at EPCOT: Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind.

Will Disney build another park in Florida? ›

Disney has no near-term plans to build a fifth theme park at Disney World, even though it has the space to do so. Instead, it has focused on improving its existing parks.

Where is the newest theme park in the world 2022? ›

Lost Island Themepark, Waterloo, Iowa, opened in June 2022, featuring five unique realms each with its own distinct architecture, culture and characters. The Tamariki are central to the island, as they maintain the balance of the four sacred elements: air, water, earth and fire.

What's coming to Florida? ›

New attractions, rides coming to Florida theme parks in 2023
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  • Disney World's Magic Kingdom. ...
  • EPCOT. ...
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios. ...
  • Universal Orlando. ...
  • Busch Gardens Tampa. ...
  • Legoland.
Dec 29, 2022

What new ride is coming to Orlando? ›

SeaWorld Orlando's seventh roller coaster, Pipeline: The Surf Coaster will debut in spring 2023. The attraction will be the world's first “Surf Coaster,” offering immersive design elements that include a dynamic surfing launch and “wave jumping” motions for a one-of-a-kind ocean adventure.

What new parks are coming to Orlando? ›

Universal Orlando's new Epic Universe park on track to open by summer 2025. Epic Universe will join Universal Orlando's two other theme parks, Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure, and water park Volcano Bay.

How much are tickets to Disney World in Florida 2022? ›

For 2022, Disney World ticket prices start at $109 per ticket and max out at $189. This does not include a 6.5% sales tax. But when you add on options like Park Hopper, Memory Maker, or Water Park and Sports, ticket prices can really add up. These ticket prices are for guests 10+.

Is Epcot Florida closing? ›

Disney Park Guests visiting EPCOT for the busy holiday season will want to take note, as EPCOT's iconic World Showcase attraction is now scheduled to remain closed with no reopening in sight. January 2023 is shaping up to be a busy refurbishment month for Walt Disney World Resort.

Will Disney ever move out of Florida? ›

Will Disney leave Florida in retaliation? The short answer to whether Disney pulls up stakes and bolts the state: The company could. But would it is considerably highly unlikely. There's way too much invested in the Sunshine State.

Will Disney ever build in Texas? ›

As of 2022, Disney has no plans to build a theme park in Texas.

Is Disney moving from California to Florida? ›

In 2021, Disney announced that they would be moving more than 2,000 professional employees from California to the Lake Nona community of Orlando, FL, where a new Disney campus is being built.

What is the number 1 theme park in the world? ›

Magic Kingdom Theme Park

What is the #1 visited theme park? ›

#1 Theme Park Attended for 2021

At the very top of the list of the most visited theme park for 2021 is the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World.


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