By Michelle Stark, Anne Glover, Amber McDonald and Kelly Stefani, Times Staff Writers
Illustration by Steve Madden, Times Staff Artist
Developed by Alexis N. Sanchez
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It may seem early to talk about Halloween, but for horror fans, there's a reason. Universal announced Tuesday that Halloween Horror Nights will welcome The Exorcist as a haunted house this year.
Military veterans can take 50 percent off up to six single-day admission tickets to Busch Gardens, a savings of almost $50 per ticket through the end of May.
Disney World forecast a Frozen summer on Wednesday, revealing a June opening date for the new ride Frozen Ever After at Epcot as well as news on the expansion of its popular Soarin' ride, a slew of new nighttime attractions at Animal Kingdom and the final expansion of its shopping and dining area, Disney Springs. …
Brace yourself thrill seekers, the fastest, tallest and longest roller coaster in Orlando will open June 10, SeaWorld announced Monday.
Recent spring break crowds have been epic at Walt Disney World, so maybe the news that a new $149 "after hours" ticket on select nights in April and May will sound like a good way to escape the mob and get on popular rides after the park closes.
After years of pressure and sagging attendance, SeaWorld is moving away from Shamu and its signature killer whales.
Legoland announced big expansions to the Winter Haven theme park and resort Tuesday, with the goal of making the kid-centric park a major player in the Florida vacation scene.
Adventure Island in Tampa is opening up its lazy river and the Busch Gardens parking lot for a kids triathlon on Saturday, and athletes will get a ticket to stay and play in the water park.
For its second year cooking up the Food and Wine Festival, Busch Gardens is still tweaking its recipe for drawing crowds — and getting them to spend more money on food and drinks.
Gospel and R&B singer BeBe Winans and multi-Grammy award winners The Clark Sisters, above, have been added to SeaWorld Orlando’s Praise Wave, a series of Christian music concerts over the next three Saturdays.