As we grow up, childhood memories can become less and less, but one memory that will always stick is your first family holiday. In fact it’s not even the first holiday but any family holiday. There’s a real sense of joy and an added experience when you go on holiday with the kids, and one of the most popular family holiday destinations in the world is Orlando Florida. The best thing is that there are so many RV parks in Orlando, this allows you to save on costs and have a true family holiday. Orlando is a city that is quite simply a dream holiday for any family. With so much to see and do, you’ll never be stuck for activities for the kids. If you’re booking a holiday in Orlando in the coming months, here are 5 places you simply must take the kids to.


  1. Visit a theme park

There is no shortage of theme parks in Orlando and getting them all in may be a bit of a challenge. SeaWorld, Walt Disney World, Universal Studios and Magic Kingdom are all places that you should try to get along to and will certainly provide your kids with lots of thrills and excitement. If you’re pushed for time and can only see one or two theme parks, SeaWorld and Disney World

  1. Swim with dolphins

The award winning Discovery Cove in SeaWorld Orlando gives you the perfect opportunity to get up close and personal with dolphins. Swim with dolphins, shadow a trainer for the day and enjoy take in the wonders of the cove with a snorkelling session – you’ll have a great day out with all the family at Discovery Cove. If you want a break from the water and swimming with dolphins take a walk around the grand reef were you can feed an array of tropical fish or even a meet and greet with tropical birds and small mammals.

  1. Educate the family

Grab your coats and head to the Orlando Science Center and get an introduction to the past, the present and the future. This interactive learning center has hundreds of exhibits and will be a real source of education for your kids (and you). If you have kids who love learning new things then this is perfect as they’ll enjoy exploring the many areas of the center. Try to get along to one of the 3D science demonstration of planetarium shows when you are there – you won’t regret it.

  1. Disney Quest

Take a break from the outdoor theme parks and water pools by getting yourself along to Disney Quest, an interactive indoor theme park located at Walt Disney World. With 5 floors of guaranteed entertainment, 3D encounters, video games, a virtual jungle and an Aladdin magic carpet ride, this is an adventure that the Genie himself would enjoy!

  1. Get your build on

So while this place isn’t exactly in Orlando, the hour long drive will be well worth it. We’re talking about Legoland. Take a walk through Lego City or hit the water at Lego Water Park. When all this leaves you exhausted, relax in one of the many restaurants at the park. If you have toddlers with you, head straight to Duplo Valley and enjoy the train, farm and range of activities available for babies and toddlers.