Preschool Daytrips


Sea World

Plan on spending the day – Exhibits abound: Dolphin Nursery, Turtle Point, Stingray Lagoon, Shamu
Upclose, Penquin Encounter, Manatee Rescue, Pacific Point Preserve – Rides, Shows, Guided Tours, Seasonal Events,
Restaurants, and much much more! Open Year-round

7007 SeaWorld Drive, Kissimee

407-351-3600 or 800-327-2424

Bok Tower Gardens

Known for its oak-shaded walkways, carillon tower and panaramic hilltop view…It is also one of
two state centers for propagating rare Florida plants. (The other is the Fairchild Tropical Gardens in Miami)
Look for the endangered plant garden along a circular path behind the visitor center. There are also
educational displays on the unique scrub and sandhill habitats, gopher tortoise in scrub ecology and discussions
on why it is important to save rare species.

1151 Tower Blvd., Lake Wales

Call for details: 863-676-1408

Disney World

44 sq. miles of Enchanted Kingdoms, World Class Resorts, fun-filled Family Recreation,
and endless magic, including 4 Theme Parks, 2 Water Parks, 4 Championship Golf Courses, and over 20 Resorts.


Call for details: 407-939-6244

Universial Studios

Family Theme Park geared to parents and primarily school age children, but enough for the pre-schoolers
especially if accompanied by parents or older children. Themed rides, Character breakfasts, etc.

1000 Universal Studios Plaza&, Kissimmee

Call for details:407-363-8000


A 150-acre family theme park located in Winter Haven, just 1 hour 45 minutes from downtown Sarasota.
The Park offers interactive attractions, family rides, shows, restaurants, shopping and beautiful landscape
specifically geared for families with children ages 2 to 12.

1339 Helena Road, Winter Haven

Call for details:863-318-5346

Solomon’s Castle

Featured in HGTV “Most Extreme Homes in America” the castle is home and working studio to renowned
Artist, Howard Solomon. The entire estate encompasses 70 acres of natural beauty, gardens and nature trails and the
castle is full of amazing sculptures and artifacts recycled from rubbish or broken machinery.

4533 Solomon Road – Ona, Fl

Call for Details: 863-494-6077

Monkey Jungle

A primate "biopark" where monkeys are free to roam as visitors observe and feed from
screened walkways. Scheduled presentations feature Mei the signing Orangutan and King the finger painting gorilla.
Watch Monkeys dive at the swimming hole and get in touch with nature in a re-created Amazonian Rainforest.

14805 S.W. 216 Street – Miami

Call for details: 305-235-1611

Sky Venture

Kids as young as 3 can experience skydiving in a wind tunnel. Older sibilings, parents, and
grandparents can as well!

6805 Visitors Circle, kissimee

cALL: 407-903-1150 or 800-754-3861

Wonder Works

100 exhibits including an earthquake simulator, bubble lab, magic show, laser tag, virtual sports,
and dinner show. Put yourself inside a gigantic bubble that you created, land the Discovery space shuttle, pilot
the F14 & F18 fighter jets, and lie on a bed of nails.

Open 9:00 am to Midnight, daily

9067 International Drive, Kissimee

Call for details: 407-351-8800

Gator Land

One-of-a-kind, protected habitat for man and beast where adventures lurk around
every corner! Internationally known as the Alligator Capital of the World, Gatorland's 110-acre theme park and
nature conservatory is located in Central Florida at the head of the Florida Everglades. Once you have experienced
Gatorland, it will be hard to believe that it began in 1949 as a roadside attraction!

14501 South Orange Blossom Trail, Kissimee

Call for details: 800-393-5297

Fantasy of Flight

Priceless collection of rare vintage aircraft. Housed in three huge hangars are over 40 airplanes,
many of which are restored to original flying condition. A multi-passenger, full motion simulator with a variety
of different virtual experiences including Virtual Time Machine, Battle For Iwo Jima and Desert Storm Strike will
delight young and old.

1400 Broadway Blvd. S.E., Polk City

Call for details: 863-984-3500

Butterfly World

The first park of its kind in the Western Hemisphere and the largest butterfly park in the world.
Thousands of specialized plants have been propagated to feed caterpillars with flowering specimens to provide nectar
not only for butterflies but, hummingbirds, Lorikeets and many other tropical birds.

3600 W. Sample Road, Coconut Creek,  Call for details: 954-977-4400