You’ve seen the beaches and you’re tired of the long lines and crowds at the theme parks. Now that you’ve exhausted Florida’s most popular tourist destinations, it’s time to explore the Sunshine State’s lesser known offerings that bring you up close and personal to exotic wildlife, such as gators! Florida is considered the alligator capital of the world, and there’s no better place to see these giant monsters than Gatorland. It’s been around for more than 60 years and it’s still a family-owned and operated business.
Whether you’re a local or visiting Florida on vacation, Gatorland is a great place for the entire family. This 11-acre theme park and wildlife preserve holds thousands of alligators and crocodiles, making it possible for guests to get a closer look at the state’s most popular animal, including many rare white alligators.
Visiting Gatorland is sure to keep the entire family pleased and busy all day long. Gatorland offers a wide range of activities and attractions, including a petting zoo, a zip line adventure, a free-flight aviary, several exciting animal shows, and a natural alligator breeding marsh. Current shows include an alligator wrestling show, the Gator Jumparoo show, and the Upclose Encounters Show. Throwing a birthday party? Why not host it at Gatorland? This unique theme park can be the location of your child’s next birthday party.
Ready to go? Gatorland is located on the South Orange Blossom Trial between Orlando and Kissimmee, and tickets are relatively affordable compared to other theme parks in the state.
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