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Discount tickets for WonderWorks Orlando

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Millions of people visit Orlando, Fla., each year, with millions more calling Central Florida home. Most people love a good deal, especially when it comes to scoring discount tickets for WonderWorks Orlando. The indoor amusement park offers numerous ways to save money on ticket prices, making it easier than ever for families to plan a visit and make memories.

“We are happy to offer a variety of ways that will help people score discount tickets,” says Brian Wayne, general manager of WonderWorks Orlando. “No matter what time of the year you are planning a visit, there is a good chance you can find a way to save a few bucks on admission."

Here are some of the ways to get discount tickets for WonderWorks Orlando:

  • Save $2 per ticket when you purchase them online rather than at the box office.
  • Sign up to receive messages regarding discounts and specials.
  • Visit on special offer days for specific groups within the population. These include Boy Scout and Girl Scout Appreciation DaysHomeschool DaysSensory Days, and Teacher Appreciation Days.
  • Get a group rate for those who have at least 15 attending at one time. 
  • Watch for Family Fun Days when WonderWorks Orlando offers tickets for only $15 each for all Florida residents (valid ID needed to redeem tickets). Family Fun Days are announced on social media, including Facebook.
  • Teachers can plan a trip to WonderWorks Orlando during Teacher Wonder Days. Each October, certified teachers can get in free, with their guests getting the discounted rate of $15 per ticket.
  • Look for hidden rocks that will provide free admission tickets to WonderWorks Orlando. 
  • Combine the admission tickets with the Outta Control Magic Comedy Dinner Show. When you combine the two, there is a savings on the ticket.
  • Visit after dark, which is 8 p.m., and the tickets are discounted when purchased online. 

“We look forward to a great year with visitors to WonderWorks Orlando,” added Wayne. “We offer plenty of ways to get discount tickets and lots of fun for the whole family.”

Launching into spring season WonderWorks has added two new interactives to their physical challenge area: Twister, a modern-digital version of the beloved 60s game and Playbox, which brings together hand-eye coordination in a competitive manner.  Coming later this Spring will be a STEAM room housing education-focused science and arts exhibits, including shark anatomy and digital art.

WonderWorks Orlando is located at 9067 International Drive and is open 365 days per year, from 9 a.m. to midnight. It offers a variety of educational and student group opportunities, including for Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, student groups, team building, tour operators, and more. To learn more about the opportunities offered or get ticket information, visit the site: https://www.wonderworksonline.com/orlando.


Kennedy Space Center while visiting Orlando

Kennedy

If you will be visiting the Orlando are you may want to consider checking out Kennedy Space Center. The Kennedy Space Center is located  around 50-60 minutes from Orlando, depending on where you are staying. If you have any interest in space it's well worth taking a trip there!

You can rent a car to go to Kennedy Space Center from Orlando, if you are one of the many tourists who didn't drive to Orlando for your vacation. It's a nice drive over there, giving you a view of parts of Central Florida. Visiting Kennedy Space Center is something that is really neat, because of the number of launches that take place from there. If you have the opportunity to watch a live launch when you are visiting the area you will be in for a real treat. It's an amazing sight to see! A great place to view a rocket launch while you are visiting the Orlando are is at Jetty Park. There are quite a few people who will visit Jetty Park during launches. Being at Jetty Park during a launch gives you a great view. It's so great, in fact, that you can feel it.

At Kennedy Space Center you will be able to walk around and check out the exhibits to learn more about the space program. You will learn about astronauts, go behind the gates, see an IMAX movie, and be able to step inside rockets to see first hand what they are like. On the grounds you will also find a a store where you can buy NASA gear, dining, and more. It's an interesting place for people of all ages to explore. You may also have a chance to meet an astronaut. The behind the gates option is a bus tour that will let you explore your area of interest. If you have a science, technology, or space fan in your family and you are visiting Central Florida you won't want to miss going to Kennedy Space Center. You will already be so close that you just have to take the short trek toward the ocean to check out this place that is filled with so much history and information about our space program. 

Tickets for Kennedy Space Center start at $47 for children, and $57 for adults. They do offer senior citizen rates, package deals, and sometimes have special rates that are available. They also offer group rates, which comes in handy if you are traveling with friends and family. goYou can get more information on the tickets here. Kennedy Space Center is open every day of the year. 

If you are interested in timing you visit to Kennedy Space Center with a rocket launch, be sure to check out their schedule here. There is a fee to watch the rocket launch from Kennedy Space Center. If you would like to avoid that per-person fee, plan to watch the rocket launch from Jetty Park, right next door. You can find additional information about places to watch the rocket launch from here.