The Florida Aquarium is one of the USA's top aquariums, largely dedicated to conservation efforts. It offers visitors a glimpse into different marine habitats, thanks to a number of educational and interactive exhibits. It's located in downtown Tampa at Channelside, allowing visitors to make the most of the Channel District.
Gatorland is a wildlife park and animal-rescue center in Florida, US. Dubbed the _Alligator Capital of the World_, Gatorland is home to thousands of alligators and crocodiles. Featuring various animal encounter experiences, live shows, zip lines over alligator swamps, and more, Gatorland allows visitors to come face to face with some of the most fearsome reptiles on the planet, in a safe, educational environment.
WonderWorks is a family-friendly theme park located on International Drive in Orlando, Florida. It features 35,000 sq ft of 'edutainment' across six different zones. It's easy to reach with a car. Parking is available at the Pointe Orlando parking garage.
Board your Thriller Miami speedboat tour at 401 Biscayne Boulevard Miami, FL 33132. This central spot lies within the popular Bayside Marketplace, right next to a great gelateria, just in case you want to grab an ice cream before hitting the surf. The Bayside Marketplace is a festival marketplace in Downtown Miami that winds along the Biscayne Bay. You'll find shops, restaurants and lots of entertainment options close by.
Wild Florida operate tours around Central Florida. They use airboats to navigate the watery wilderness of the Everglades, taking visitors on an American safari to see Florida's diverse range of native wildlife. They also run Gator and Wildlife Park, where visitors can get up close and personal with some enormous alligators, as well as a host of other wild animals from Florida and around the world.
Sawgrass Recreation Park is located in the heart of the Everglades in South Florida. It's home to a variety of endangered and protected species, such as the American crocodile, manatee, and Florida panther. Keep your eyes peeled - you never know what's lurking in that sawgrass.
On December 20, 1936, Franz Scherr opened the doors to his Parrot Jungle, and invited curious friends and families in for the first time. In 1946, Winston Churchill paid a visit and very much enjoyed a VIP tour. By the 1980s several movies had been filmed here, including _Police Academy_ and _Miami Vice_ - those were the park's pink flamingos in the opening credits! With 75 years of animal magic under its belt, this interactive zoological park is a Miami staple. Jungle Island puts visitors in the heart of all things wild and free, with an emphasis on discovery and play. Kids big and little will love some time in the jungle.
Stroke a stingray, learn about oceans and even crawl into a tree of cockroaches!
Animal encounters plus ultra-thrilling rides equals a phenomenal day out!
Meet a celebrity dolphin and her friends in a marine wildlife rescue center
Let your kids' creativity run wild at one of Florida's most fun theme parks