Orlando has a fresh lineup of thrilling attractions arriving summer 2018, giving travelers 10 new reasons to explore the destination, including those inside Orlando's legendary theme parks, as well as
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Bringing the Movies and Fantasy Worlds to You
Universal Studios Florida will put visitors right in the middle of the action with the new Fast & Furious- Supercharged ride, based on the popular film franchise, where an after-race party turns into a high-speed race to
escape a criminal cartel.
Disney's Hollywood Studios opens Toy Story Land on June 30, featuring two new attractions. The rides Slinky Dog Dash and Alien Swirling Saucers will take visitors right into
Andy's imagination as they join beloved characters in their adventures.
Walt Disney World Resort will make Orlando even hotter with their Incredible Summer, featuring all-new character entertainment and special events. At Magic Kingdom, guests can party with The Incredibles'
Mrs. Incredible and Frozone, while Guardians of the Galaxy's Star-Lord and Gamora team up with an alien band at Epcotto play tunes from those movies' soundtracks.
Madame Tussauds Orlando's "Justice League: A Call for Heroes" will allow guests to jump in on the action as a loyal sidekick to Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman, Henry Cavill's Superman and Ben Affleck's Batman starting May 25.
Replica props and costumes related to each superhero character's wax figure will provide an added dimension of authenticity and realism to the immersive experience.
LEGOLAND Florida Resort put the pedal to the plastic when The Great LEGO Race opened on March 23. The thrill ride experience is the first VR roller coaster experience designed for kids, and features Lego minifigures, a
rocket-powered surfboard and an espresso-fueled scooter.
Thrill Seekers Rejoice
SeaWorld Orlando debuts Infinity Falls this summer, a whitewater rapid adventure raft ride through a lost jungle. The journey will send guests through fountains and waterfalls before dropping 40 feet -- a world
record for a river raft ride -- into churning whitewater.
Aquatica, SeaWorld's Waterpark brings big thrills this summer with Ray Rush, featuring three ways to get soaked. First, water jets launch the raft in a burst of speed. Riders then spin through a water sphere
before swooping across giant manta wings.
The Orlando Starflyer, the world's tallest swing ride, opens on International Drive June 1. At 450 feet tall, the ride offers open-air views of the destination for up to 24 guests at once, swinging them through the air
at up to 60 miles an hour at top speed.
Orlando Watersports Complex debuted Central Florida's first Aquapark, which features a modular series of inflatable, interlocking climbing obstacles, pathways and slides for hours of watery fun. This water park also
offers wakeboarding, wakeskating, wakesurfing, kneeboarding and waterskiing for children and adults.
Nona Adventure Park promises to please thrill seekers and outdoor adventurers this summer, with rock climbing towers, an inflatable water park, a bistro and snack bar, a pro shop and the world's first solar-powered
water ski and wakeboard cable park.