Orlando From a Distance: Virtual Attraction Tour
You can still enjoy the thrills and magic of Orlando's best theme parks even while they're closed. Fairies and princesses, LEGOs, baby animals, wildlife conservation, heart-pumping daredevil rides… Orlando's got it all plus more, and it's all online for you to enjoy right now, from the comfort of home—with no crowds and no lines!
The magic of Walt Disney World® Resort never stops. While nothing quite matches the real life experience, virtual visits to the resort's four amazing theme parks will lift your spirits and get you ready for your next in-person visit. Race through the Himalayas on Expedition Everest. Let it go on Frozen Ever After. Speed through a diamond mine on the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. Fly through a moonlit sky on Peter Pan's Flight®. And watch your step inside the infamous Hollywood Terror Hotel in The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror™.
Universal Orlando Resort™ has something for everyone, so grab the family and click play on these virtual rides! Try your best to navigate a safe return to Diagon Alley in Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts™. Enjoy what seems to be a scenic river cruise… until you get pushed off course and find yourself face-to-face with a T. rex and other prehistoric creatures in Jurassic Park River Adventure. Ride a flying bike with everyone's favorite alien, E.T., and discover his other-wordly home, home to wondrous space creatures, in E.T.'s Adventure. You'll drop and spin (but you won't turn green) when you virtually experience The Incredible Hulk Coaster; get ready for butterflies in your stomach, even from a screen.
online animal resources, with everything from in-depth infobooks to animal sounds to the "Saving a Species" video series. There's also lots of fun animal content on their Facebook page. Coaster fans can take a front-seat ride on Mako, Orlando's tallest and fastest roller coaster—it gets up to 73 mile per hour and 200 feet high! Or encounter a massive, mythological underwater beast on Kraken, Orlando's only floorless roller coaster.
LEGOLAND wants to keep your creative wheels spinning, so they've put together a 30-day Month of Awesomeness build challenge! These are fun for the whole family, so get your bucket of bricks out and get building. Plus, be sure to check out their Facebook page for lots of great LEGO™-related content and virtual rides. And last but definitely not least, take a 360-degree walk around the park—you can even ride The Dragon coaster!
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