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Williamsburg

Water Country USA

Water Country USA is a water park located in Williamsburg, Virginia. It's the Mid-Atlantic's biggest water park, and it offers everything a family could want, from live entertainment, shops and restaurants to water rides and splash zones for both the young to the young-at-heart. Take the plunge at Virginia's first dueling pipeline ride at Riptide Race, go on a white-water rafting adventure at Big Daddy Falls, or take it easy on Hubba Hubba Highway, a relaxing river adventure.
4.7 (58)
From $46.53
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Visit the marine wildlife inside one of the top aquariums in the US
4.7 (764)
From $30.50
Merritt Island

Kennedy Space Center

More interactive than a museum, more inspirational than a science center, and more authentic and educational than a theme park, NASA's Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex offers a full-day experience of thrilling simulators, breathtaking attractions, behind-the-scenes tours, interactive exhibits, larger-than-life 3D space films, rocket launch viewing opportunities, and more. Located on Merritt Island, Florida, it offers an immersive journey into the technological marvels of space exploration that aspiring astronauts and space enthusiasts of all ages can enjoy.
4.8 (281)
From $80.25
It's all about the Gaul at this action-packed theme park near Paris
4.6 (1,562)
From $54.12
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ZooTampa at Lowry Park is an award-winning zoo and wildlife conservation center located in Tampa, Florida. Home to a diverse range of wild animals from around the globe, it features some of the world's rarest big cats, including the clouded leopard and Florida panther.
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From $47.95
Mount Vernon, Virginia

George Washington's Mount Vernon

Mount Vernon was the plantation and home of George Washington, the first President of the United States. He lived there with his wife, Martha Washington, and their tombs are located on the estate. The estate is open to visitors and has many activities and experiences for the whole family, including the chance to visit a distillery, watch a 3D movie, and more. It is situated on the banks of the Potomac River in Fairfax County, Virginia, near Alexandria and across from Prince George's County, Maryland.