Top 10 Theme Park Destinations for Spring Break


Spring Break is here, and if you haven’t decided on a fun vacation just yet, today we’re spotlighting 10 theme parks that would be great destinations for your next family getaway.

Last chance to book your spring break – save up to 50%!

Cedar Point
The popular amusement park in Sandusky, Ohio, will open its doors for the new season on May 11. The park features 18 world-class roller coasters – with a roller coaster for every type of thrill. A new attraction for 2019 is Forbidden Frontier on Adventure Island, set to premiere May 25. The experience will be an interactive game visitors can jump into at any time of the day. Save over 40%

Universal Orlando Resort
With three theme parks, it’s endless fun for the whole family! Every night from now through April 7, you can experience the sounds and sizzle of a New Orleans celebration at Universal’s Mardi Gras. There’s also a new adventure coming to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. The thrill ride, Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure, will open June 13 at Universal’s Islands of Adventure. Experience the fun

Dollywood & Dollywood’s Splash Country Waterpark
Play and splash around with the beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains as your backdrop. Adjacent to Dollywood theme park, the waterpark features water slides and wave pools, raging rapids, lazy rivers and water coasters. Dollywood offers 40+ rides, live entertainment and great dining. Dollywood’s Festival of Nations runs until April 14, featuring music, dance, food and art from around the world. Focused on families with kids, the new Wildwood Grove opens May 10 with rides, indoor/outdoor play area, and even a 55-foot-tall, interactive Wildwood Tree. Save now!

LEGOLAND California
Located just 30 minutes north of San Diego, the park features more than 60 rides, shows and attractions. It’s an interactive, hands-on theme park experience for families with children ages 2-12. Save over 40%

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord, CA
Hurricane Harbor is home to more than 35 water attractions. Cool off by floating down the longest lazy river around! Or better yet, play and splash in the gigantic wave pool at Breaker Beach. Save over 20%

Busch Gardens Williamsburg
The family-friendly theme park in lovely Williamsburg, VA, features roller coasters, rides and slides, shows, and animal interactions amidst a backdrop of charming European villages. Everyone’s favorite Sesame Street friends are hosting a party just for kids on weekends this spring from April 5-28. Save over 45%

SeaWorld San Diego
A superb blend of marine-life shows, thrill rides and animal habitats. The Seven Seas Craft Beer and Food Festival runs until April 28. Experience unique flavors from all around the world – sip and sample international street food traditions, craft beers and wines, and enjoy live musical performances. Save over 30%

Knotts Berry Farm
More than 165 rides, shows, attractions, restaurants and shops in five themed areas shape the exciting Knott’s experience. Enjoy unique food and live entertainment at the Knott’s Boysenberry Festival, ending April 28. The festival features over 75 one-of-a-kind boysenberry inspired dishes. Save over 40%

Disneys Blizzard Beach Water Park
Take a dip into 80 degree water as you play on waterslides, raft rides and a one-acre wave pool. Zip down the slushy slopes of Mount Gushmore on one of the world’s tallest and fastest waterslides. Tike’s Peak has scaled-down slides and tube rides for the little ones. Float down the tranquil river, or encounter tricky obstacles, waterslides and more at Ski Patrol Training Camp. Buy tickets now and save

Visit today for special ticket prices to all the best theme parks. Get ready for Spring Break adventures!

By Jeff Hyatt

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