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Orlando introduces Wet'n Wild’s ‘Disco H20’, a new multi-million dollar attraction, which showcases the 1970’s disco nightlife. Voted by Amusement Business Magazine as America's number one water park, Wet n’ Wild features a full-day of fun for the entire family. Also honored by Aquatic's International as the first true water park, Wet 'n Wild's world-class signature thrill rides and quality service offer something for fun-lovers of all ages. During the months of September to March, Wet ‘n Wild will be maintaining some of its rides. Please call 1-800-992-9453 one week prior to your visit to list the rides which may be closed during this time for refurbishment. Don’t forget to try the Blue Niagara, the Bomb Bay, Der Stuka, Mach 5, Wake Zone and the Storm for thrilling, exciting fun filled rides.
Ripley’s ‘Believe It or Not’ Orlando Odditorium appears to be sinking into a sinkhole. This is an amazing collection of world travelled collectables. This attraction is open 365 days a year from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. with last admission sold at midnight. This is a self-guided experience which can last as long as you wish, although the average visit time is one to two hours. Robert Ripley explored the mysteries of the world for over 40 years. His travels took him around the world in search of the inexplicable and unbelievable. This museum is proud to offer you some of the fantastic collection of the world’s strangest oddities. Located at 8201 International Drive, Orlando. Call 407-363-4418 for directions and more information.
‘G-Force’ located next to Old Town at 2850 Florida Plaza Blvd near Old Town, Kissimmee between Markers 9 & 10, provides top fuel drag racing with over 100 mph in 2 seconds. Open noon to midnight, this ride costs approximately $28 for Driver and $15 for rider.
Why not soar into the sky on the ‘SkyCoaster’ in Kissimmee, the world’s tallest adrenaline rush. Costs approximately $37 for one person; $64 for two and $81 for three. Two odd looking towers, floodlit at night, stick up over the Kissimmee tourist strip will guide you here. You can swing low over an artificial lake and the experience begins when you’re strapped into a full body harness, on your stomach, in a prone position. Can seat up to 3 per ride. You are hoisted 300 feet into the air to the rear tower and then dropped. There is no gut-wrenching jolt at the bottom; instead, you glide suspended on stainless steel airline wire between the two towers. After about three swings, you are lowered to a platform and released. Your experience can be immortalised on video for a charge.
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