Free doesn’t exactly come to mind when one thinks of Disney World. Luckily, there are free things to do at Disney World that help keep your budget intact.
Kennedy Space Center is set to open an attraction designed to touch the hearts & minds of the next generation of space explorers – Heroes and Legends.
Downtown Disney is set to open Morimoto Asia on September 30, 2015. The new restaurant features a pan-Asian menu showcasing flavors from across Asia.
Designed for a younger audience (age 11 & under), ZooBoo KIDS is a daytime Halloween celebration with a whimsical twist — candy, bats and scaredy cats.
Walt Disney World presents the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights. The event is amazing with millions of twinkling lights synchronized to music.
Beginning next year, guests at Epcot at Walt Disney World Resort will undertake a whole new Soarin’ journey when Soarin’ Around the World opens.
Plan on attending these Orlando Theme Park Halloween Celebrations to get into the Halloween spirit.
Universal Studios transforms into one of the nation’s most terrifying playgrounds during Halloween Horror Nights, with haunted houses, scare zones & more.
Bring your kids to SeaWorld Spooktacular for a family-friendly event featuring an underwater “fantasea” of Halloween activities.
Check out these Orlando events planned for October 2015.