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John F. Kennedy Space Center

For decades, space has been our final frontier. The Kennedy Space Center is dedicated entirely to expanding our scientific knowledge and the borders of our galaxy. Serving as the gateway for American space exploration since 1968, the Center is open for your exploration as well. Come be apart of past, present and future history.
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Winter Park

Winter Park is a suburb just outside of Orlando and if traveling time permits, it is certainly worth spending a day there. With 26 beautiful public parks, many lakes, and with the downtown shopping and dining, this quaint little town will win you over with its romance and charm. Many people marry and hold special events in this sophisticated city. Winter Park is also home to Rollins College and four different theaters.
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Universal's Islands of Adventure

True thrills only live at one place: Universal’s Islands of Adventure. Pick up your wand from “Ollivanders” and cast spells with “The Wizarding World of Harry Potter,” where magic glitters on every corner, shop, and ride. Next, swing into action and join “Spider-Man” in his timeless battles against familiar foes on “Marvel Super Hero Island.” But it doesn't end there—you can enjoy rides and adventures with the likes of “Toon Lagoon,” the fearsome dinosaurs of “The Lost Continent,” and the whimsical world of Dr. Seuss!
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The Magic Kingdom

This is where all the magic happens! The Magic Kingdom–one of four theme parks in the Walt Disney World family–is the home of the Cinderella Castle. Designed like a giant wheel, the paths of the spokes lead to the seven different themed areas: Main Street USA, Tomorrowland, Mickey’s Toontown Fair, Fantasyland, Liberty Square, Frontierland, and Adventureland. See your favorite Disney characters, attractions, and behind-the-scenes tours. It is best to go in the off-season.
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Epcot

Residing in the Walt Disney World Resort Area is the famed Epcot Center. As a beautiful feat of architecture, the Epcot has two features. Future World is a dedication to the innovative and progressive efforts of the human spirit. The World Showcase is a melting pot of culture and foods from across the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Mexico, China, Germany, Italy, Japan, France, Morocco, and Norway. Spanning 300 acres in total, Epcot is a must see for Orlando visitors.
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Orlando Science Museum and Dr. Phillips Cinedome

When theme parks just won’t do, check out the educational yet fun alternative: The Orlando Science Center. This huge 5-story building is chock full of exhibits and activities on each level. Don’t miss the Dr. Phillips Cinedome, which is an 8-story mega-screen theatre. The OSC also has a planetarium on the top floor that opens every Friday and Saturday night. The fun Adventures with Clifford exhibit allows children to learn valuable life lessons while everyone's favorite red dog teaches. Also at OSC is the Blue Man Group exhibit, which explores the science of sound waves!
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