31 best things to do in Orlando for teenagers

Although many people associate Orlando with Walt Disney World, there is a whole other world of amusement beyond the park gates – and some of it may be even more appealing than the wonders of the Disney parks. Yep, I said it! There are just so many more things to do in Orlando for teens!

A record-setting 75 million people travelled to Orlando, Florida in 2018, and can you believe nearly six million of them were international visitors? Year after year, Orlando is the most popular U.S. destination, and although it may have started with a mouse, it certainly didn’t end there!

Even if you have visited the Orlando area with your youngsters in the past, it can be an entirely new (and amazing) experience to visit Orlando with teens. In this post, I am going to give you all the best spots to visit in Orlando with teenagers…and include the best theme parks too!

Know before you go! Our top Orlando travel tips

Travelling to Orlando can be such an enriching experience for the whole family. There are so many things to do in Orlando and having the best place to stay in Florida and wander is extremely important. Here we’ve got some information to get you planning your family vacation to Orlando to make it completely hassle-free

Where to stay in Orlando with teenagers

You’ll never be short of options for your accommodation in Orlando. In Orlando, you find a range of hotels, apartments and hostels. You will be sure to be able to find something to fit singles, couples, families and groups on every budget. If your goal is to spread out your experiences, there will be some driving involved. It doesn’t make a lot of sense to pay a premium rate to stay on a Disney property if your plans stand to take you beyond the Disney gates.

The fact of the matter is that they are really no better than a standard hotel when it comes to accommodation in Orlando. If you have teens in Orlando, it’s worth considering staying on International Drive. There are many walkable amusements from this area’s top hotels, and the accommodations can’t be beaten. They’re fairly priced, and you’ll have easy access to main roads and attractions. If you’re not keen on any of our picks below or have specific needs, we recommend using Trip Advisor and Hotellook to find the best prices in Orlando.

Budget: With Free parking, Free Wi-Fi, Swimming pool, outdoor pool, Non-smoking rooms, ATM, Public Transportation and many 24 hours restaurants nearby the Bposhtels International site. Family rooms accommodating up to 4 people are available

Mid Range: This resort features 652 rooms and suites. The oversized pool complex features a kids’ water area, beach volleyball, and shuffleboard court. The Avanti International Resort features dining and beverage options

Luxury: Wyndham Bonnet Creek has a fitness centre, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Orlando. Boasting a 24-hour front desk, restaurants, a water park and an outdoor pool. The property features a spa centre, evening entertainment and room service.

Orlando apartment alternative for your stay

If you prefer a home away from home-style accommodation when on your family trip with teenagers in Orlando then an apartment is the best choice for you on your family vacation in Orlando. There are so many options for singles, families, and budget-friendly options in Orlando as well. Check out the map below to find the perfect apartment in Orlando for teens on your Orlando trip with family.

How to get to Orlando with teens

Being the biggest tourist attraction in Florida, Orlando is connected by highways, long distant buses, trains and planes all bring people daily to the city.

Plane: Orlando Airport is located 6 miles from the city centre, Orlando is the busiest airport in Florida and the 10th busiest in the United States. You can book your flights to Orlando with Orbitz

You can book your Airport transfer with Kiwi Taxi. If your flights have a long stopover, or you just want to relax before your trip you should consider getting a lounge pass with Priority Pass. Priority Pass have access to airport lounges all over the world. Search now for your lounge pass

Buses: There are 93 scheduled buses a day with Greyhound arriving in Orlando. Most buses arrive at Orlando Bus Terminal – 555 N John Young Pkwy. Book your bus tickets here

Train: You can travel by train from many major North-eastern US cities to the Orlando or Kissimmee, Florida stations. Search and book your train travel to Orlando with Omio

Driving: Driving to Orlando is easy there are highways leading to Orlando. You can pick up a rental car at any major airport in the USA. Book your rental car in Orlando today

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How to get around Orlando with teenagers

Lynx local bus service provides transport around the city. Bike and scooter share programs are available for use.

Using your phone in Orlando for international travellers

Relying on Wi-fi when you are travelling and sightseeing in Orlando with family can be hard. Making calls and staying in contact when you travel with teenagers is a top priority. Plan your family trip to Orlando and order your sim before you leave home to stop any stress about travelling, data and calls on your family vacation in the US.

All the very best things in Orlando for teens

There are so many things to do in Orlando with teenagers that will have you entertained for your whole family vacation in Orlando.

Theme Parks in Orlando for teens

If we’re to be honest, it’s quite difficult to visit Orlando with teenagers and resist the urge to pop into a theme park. Most of the main tourist areas will find tall roller coasters and fireworks always in view, and that’s a hard temptation to ignore. 

And there is nothing wrong with a little theme park fun while visiting Orlando with teenagers who love a day out like that. All the parks (even Disney) are not just for little kids. Orlando attractions like those at the Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Studios Florida Orlando Resort, and SeaWorld have all done well to include a large range of activities and shows for all ages.

For many teenagers, Harry Potter books are movies are very popular. Orlando has its own Wizarding World of Harry Potter. This amazing themed area spanes across two theme parks—Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios Florida—at the Universal Orlando Resort in Orlando, Florida. The area is features remade places from the movies and books such as Diagon Alley

Each has its own set of thrill rides that are designed to thrill even the hardest teen traveller to please. Try The Jurassic Park ride at Universal, You may find some rides are height restricted. This may affect the tweens in Orlando a little more than the older teenagers in your group.

The big rides are usually off-limits to tweens due to safety, so although your teens may no longer be interested in taking flight with Dumbo or twirling in the Tea Cups, they may appreciate a thrilling ride with Aerosmith on the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster or a launch on Space Mountain.

There are 10 theme parks in the Orlando area

Walt Disney Magic Kingdom

Your typical Disneyland experience with the castle, Mainstreet, different worlds and rides all over the place. Featuring rides like the iconic space mountain in tomorrow land.

Walk Disney Epcot World

Epcot is all about the future and takes you on a trip to the lands of tomorrow. This Orlando theme park is split into two sections, Future World and World Showcase.

Universal’s Islands of Adventure

Seven different island parks are each themed to a film franchise. The islands include Seuss Island, The Lost Continent, Toon Lagoon, Jurassic Park, Skull Island, Marvel Superhero Island and The Wizarding World of Harry Potter

Seaworld Orlando

Get up close with animals, ride on world-class coasters and water slides. SeaWorld is not just about thrills, animal rescue and rehabilitation is at the core of SeaWorld operations

Lego land Orlando

Best suited if you have younger kids travelling with your teens. It is an interactive theme park with more than 50 rides, shows and attractions inspired by LEGO. Located in Winter Haven a short drive from Orlando

Walt Disney’s Animal Kingdom

A theme park featuring safari trails where you can see elephants, lions, giraffes, baboons, zebras and more. Jump in a safari jeep for a 22-minute ride through the plains of Africa. The morning is the best time to go as the animals are up and active.

Walt Disney’s Hollywood Studios

This is a must for Star Wars fans with a huge area featuring The Millenium Falcon: Smugglers Run and Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance rides. The park is dedicated to the worlds from film, television, music, and theatre.

Universal Studios Florida

Part theme park, part film studio, featuring many rides based on popular movies such as Transformers, Men in Black, back to Future and more. Universal Studios Orlando is the 9th busiest theme park in the world by attendance. Stay at DoubleTree by Hilton at the Entrance to Universal Orlando

a rollercoaster at an orlando theme park

Discovery Cove

A nature-based theme park you can swim with bottlenose dolphins, snorkel with thousands of colourful tropical fish, encounter playful otters and curious marmosets. This theme park is all-inclusive of food, drinks, wetsuits and diving gear.

Busch Gardens

The park has been home to many notable roller coasters and thrill rides. Some of the rides have been and the fastest and tallest rides in the world. Great theme park for those that love the thrill rides.

Fun Spot America

Attractions include roller coasters, kiddie rides & bumper cars plus go-karts & arcade games. For extreme thrill seekers, Fun Spot America has the two tallest SkyCoasters in the world.

Typhoon Lagoon

The hot days of Orlando can be taxing. This Orlando water park has water slides of all sizes and thrill levels scattered throughout the park. Relax at the wave pool or take surfing lessons. Great for families in Orlando on vacation.

One thing you don’t have to worry about is having a lack of Orlando activities for teens and tweens with all on offer.

a thrilling attraction in Orlando

Disney’s new Star Wars inclusion has universal appeal for all ages, and some of the younger amusements throughout the resort are still great for a good dose of nostalgia between thrills. After all, you’re never really too old for a photo with Mickey Mouse, are you?

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Thrill rides beyond the parks

Even if you plan to visit the Orlando theme parks, make sure to save time for fun outside of the park gates. If you know that your crew only cares about the adrenaline rush, it may not make much sense to devote even one full day to a theme park visit for a roller coaster or two when you can find free-standing attractions outside of the parks.


Some of these are even more intense, and they’re more convenient for a quick but fulfilling stop. They’re also much more cost-effective than a theme park day!

Orlando is home to a 400-foot observation wheel, a 450-foot swing ride, a 328-foot slingshot ride, the world’s tallest SkyCoaster (300 feet), hot air balloon rides, zip lines, helicopter tours, and even indoor skydiving!

If your teen is seeking a new rush, Orlando is the place to find it, and if you have the courage to ride along, you’ll find the makings of a memorable bonding moment on your Orlando vacation.

The best thing about these adventures with teenagers is that they’re generally not built for one – and they all make for fabulous photo and video captures! You can’t go wrong when you discover Orlando’s more mature amusements!


Gaming for the whole family

If thrill-seeking is not on the top of your list of things for teens to do in Orlando while questing for epic vacation adventures never fear! Orlando is one of the most popular U.S. destinations for gamers, coming in second to Seattle. There are plenty of places for a generationally appealing family game day (or night), depending on the style of challenge you desire.

I-Drive Nascar experience Orlando
I-Drive Nascar experience

Go Karting in Orlando with teens

In the main tourist drag, you will find some of the best Orlando activities for teens. It’s here you can find entertainment centres that combine sports and games like I-Drive NASCAR Indoor Karting, 

Andretti Indoor Karting & Games, and Topgolf. These epic fun centres offer any combination of go-karts, video games, dining, and more, so there’s sure to be something for everyone.

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Putting Edge

How does Mini Golf in the dark sound for teenagers visiting Orlando? Well, Putting Edge has 18 holes of mini-golf in the dark only illuminated by Neon lights and neon balls. Groups of up to 4 people can play around together, perfect for families visiting Orlando. A round of golf will take around 45 minutes to an hour. After your game of mini golf has finished enjoying the gaming amusement machines on site

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Artegon Market Place,
(besides the Cinemark Theatre),
5250 International Drive,
Orlando Florida 32819

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Opened from 11 am to 11 pm daily

Over 9 years old $13.99

Under 9 years old $12.49

Kelly Park Rock Springs

Located in Apopka’s Kelly Park, is a free-flowing lazy river created from a natural spring that is great for tubing in Orlando. It’s easy to spend the day here on your Orlando family vacation floating along the 1.6 kilometres long river. Families come to Kelly Park for the crystal clear water, hiking, and picnicking in the scenic setting. The park is set up for day trips, there are grassy beaches, picnic areas with tables and bbq’s, shaded areas with seating, toilets and store, selling food and drinks. You can explore the nearby Wekiwa Springs State Park as well. This is one of the fun things to do in Orlando

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400 E Kelly Park RD
Apopka, FL 32712

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Hours of Operation: Summer 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.;
Winter 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

$3 per vehicle for 1-2 people

5 per vehicle for 3-8 people

The Titanic Artifact Exhibition

This Orlando attraction takes you back to the opulent setting and elegance of 1912 on the Titanic. The Artifact Exhibition in Orlando has more than 300 artifacts on display. You will find costumed actors to enhance the experience and full-scale replications of the room from the ship. For those who want a little something extra, you can book a seat at The Titanic First Class Gala Dinner. At the Titanic First Class Dinner Gala, you are invited to the Captain’s cocktail party, a tour of Titanic, The Artifact Exhibition, a first-class dinner, and reenactments of the night of April 14, 1912. Attractions like this provide both great entertainment and educational value to teenagers visiting Orlando.

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7324 International Dr, Orlando, FL 32819, United States

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Open daily 11-5

Adults $ 21.95

Children $15.95

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Madame Tussauds Orlando Wax Museum

See popular figures from sports, entertainment and politics sculptured out of wax. Your kids can get pictures taken with their favourites. Picture opportunities arise around every corner. Would your teen like a picture with Shaq, Aquaman or Superman just to name a few. Madame Tussauds Orlando would have to be one of the most fun things to do in Florida with a teenager.

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8387 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819

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am – 7pm

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Watch a basketball game in Orlando

The city is home to its own NBA team the Orlando Magic. The magic runs the boards at their home area called the Amway Centre. The Amway Center is a state-of-the-art sports facility featuring interactive fan areas, the tallest scoreboard in the NBA, and a restaurant that overlooks the court. The NBA season typically runs from October through to April.

Book your tickets to watch the Orlando Magic

Sealife Orlando Aquarium

Orlando Sealife is part of the ever-popular chain of aquariums that span the world. The Sealife Orlando aquarium has some great exhibits including the 360-degree ocean tunnel. Orlando Sealife has special experiences you pay extra for such as diving with sharks. During the day there are creature feeds and talks that are free to participate in. Sealife is one of the fun things to do in Orlando with kids.

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Take a cooking class in Orlando

Some teens cook some teens get served, why not take a cooking class on your family vacation. Food plays a huge part in the local culture in the places you visit. Is there one meal that you just love? maybe this is a way to learn how to cook it yourself. Why not kick start your kids cooking skills with a cooking class. Most places these days have a mix of traditional cooking and fusion meals available for you to learn during a cooking experience. Search and book your Orlando cooking experience today

Shopping in Orlando

Orlando is known as a shoppers paradise, from small city arcades with bespoke designers to Malls and international chain stores. One thing is for sure shopping with teenagers in Orlando is a must on your vacation to Florida.

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Winter Park

A short ride from Orlando will find you in Winter Park. This small shopping metropolis features amazing main street shopping. On the cobblestoned main street and nearby streets, you will find more than 60 upscale retailers offering everything from clothing, jewellery, footwear, gifts, wine, books and more. Consider a winter park scenic boat tour while there.  

The Florida Mall

This is one of the largest single-story malls in the United States, featuring 294 retailers under one roof. Major Mall tenants include  Dillard’s, Macy’s, JCPenney, Sears, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and the Crayola Experience. Stay at Ramada by Wyndham Orlando Florida Mall

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Florida’s best shopping destination for teenagers offers a great range of deals with up to 50 per cent off everything from Orlando souvenirs to sought after clothing brands. You’ll find 180 stores including Coach, Adidas, Ted Baker London, Bose and Disney.

The Mall at Mellinia

For those with cash to splash, the Mellinia Mall is Orlando’s upscale shopping mall featuring luxury and designer brands such as Louis Vuitton, Michael Kors, Versace and more.

Escape rooms in Orlando Florida

Teens visiting Orlando who loves escape rooms are in luck. Orlando has really taken to the escape game craze. There are countless options for fanatics of the phenomenon, and your whole family can take on a themed room of your choice for a true test of family cooperation and teamwork.

For those new to Escape Rooms, this is a quick run down.

An escape room, also known as an ‘escape game’, is a physical adventure game in which players solve a series of puzzles and riddles using clues, hints, and strategy to complete the objectives at hand.

Escape rooms may consist of a large, single room, or span multiple rooms. Players are given a set time limit to unveil the secret plot which is hidden within the rooms. If your teen likes this stuff it is definitely one of the top things to do in Orlando with teenagers.

Find below three of the hottest and most exciting Orlando Escape Rooms waiting for you.

Cinema’s in Orlando for teens

A trip to the cinema to watch the latest blockbuster is a good activity to have up your sleeve for a rainy day or just an evening activity in Orlando with teenagers. There are 32 Cinema complexes in and around the Orlando area. You will have no trouble finding a seat and screen. Trip Advisor has a good list of the best cinemas in Orlando

Please find below a map of the Orlando Cinemas located in the central area of the city

10 pin bowling in Orlando with teenagers

Nothing like a good bit of family competition to get everyone going. 10 pin bowling in Orlando is a great family activity for all. You will find bowling alleys all over the city for your family to have some fun at. Bowling can make Orlando for young travellers fun.

10 pin bowling in Orlando Florida

In Orlando, you can easily find a bowling alley. Most Bowling alleys will feature restaurants, amusements and even go-karts at the Andretti indoor karting and games centre.

AMF serve you pitchers and pub grub while bowling and Splitsville is an upmarket swanky chain of bowling alleys.

The map below will point you towards a night of fun and family competition in Orlando Florida

Bike riding in Orlando

Bike riding in Orlando with teens is a popular family activity when travelling with teenagers. Bike riding allows you to experience your location either in town or out in the surrounding areas. You will find bike tours are the best way to go. You will either have a guide to point out all the important attractions or a map to follow. The bike tours will and take you on a 2 wheeled adventure through Orlando on your family vacation. Alternatively, you can find locations that hire bikes and let you explore on your own.

Going to the gym in Orlando

Fitness is very important to a lot of teenagers travelling these days. Working out is a big part of a healthy lifestyle. Just because one is travelling it does not mean you need to stop working out.

a teenager working out in an Orlando gym

In Orlando, families can go to a number of Gyms that sell passes ranging from a day to a week and a month. Day passes start at $20 a day while a week pass costs $60 a week. You can find a list of Gyms in Orlando for teens at the Trainaway fit website

Read more: 18 tried and tested tips for vacations with teens

Axe throwing in Orlando

Axe Throwing is a new phenomenon that is sweeping around the world. Orlando is home to Axe on axe off. Axe throwing might just be the one of a kind family fun spots for a competition that will last in the memories forever. Coaches are available to help you get the most out of your Orlando axe throwing experience.

I am sure your teenagers will head home talking about this experience. Food and drinks can be bought into the facility for your own consumption. Axe on axe off is centrally located across the street from Florida Mall.

Animal Adventures in Orlando

You never outgrow wildlife, and Florida has plenty of that. Long before the theme parks took over, roadside attractions like Gatorland preserved natural habitats to build exotic animal attractions around. These facilities give a more authentic view of the real Florida, behind the magic of the parks.

The Orlando area is still home to many working farms, wildlife preserves, and attractions centred on expansive lands and the swamps of the Florida Everglades. There are a variety of ways to experience these wild adventures.

A gator in Orlando Florida

One of the top wildlife draws in Orlando are alligators. Aside from Gatorland (where you can even sit on the back of one), you can catch alligator sightings almost anywhere – hotels, mini-golf courses, and of course in the wild – but there’s nothing like catching a glimpse of one on a guided airboat tour!

Crystal River Watersports on Florida’s west coast, has options for a three-hour “Swimming With Manatees” tour or a 90-minute “Eco Tour,” with the chance to see otters, dolphins, wild pigs, gators, crocodiles and, of course, manatees. If this has stirred up an interest in underwater adventures you can also complete a diving course while there

Multiple companies in the Central Florida area take visitors skimming out on the waters of the Everglades where the wildest of the region’s residents roam freely. There’s nothing more Florida than an airboat tour.

Not all animal adventures in the area seem so “Florida” in nature, however! Who would think you could go on a safari, or a jungle adventure, or an arctic trek in Florida? You can! While some of these experiences are housed within theme parks, there are plenty of animal experiences that are far removed from the hustle of the tourist beat.

Many experiences include opportunities to interact with the animals one-on-one during your visit. In Orlando, you can swim with dolphins or a penguin, hug a lion, feed grapes to a lemur, ride a camel, or paint with a sloth. Is there really much of anything that can top that?

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Combine all the best things to do in Orlando for teens

You want fun, have thrill-seekers and you need food all in one. You can combine dinner with multiple floors of state-of-the-art gameplay at Dave & Buster’s, or check out Arcade City at the ICON downtown Orlando entertainment complex or the Happy Days Family Fun Center at Old Town for a simpler, coin-op gaming experience.

The Pointe Orlando and Disney Springs complexes each offer new high-tech virtual reality game centres for themed, immersive, multi-player challenges.

The best thing about visiting any of these venues is that they are located in entertainment complexes that are also home to unique eateries, shops, theatres, and live performers. They are one-stop shops for a full evening of family fun.

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Day-trip to new horizons

Nothing beats an old-fashioned road trip, but we all know that too much togetherness comes with its own headaches as well. Even if you fly into Orlando and rely on public transportation or ride-sharing to get around locally, consider renting a car for an excursion day.

In Orlando, you are less than two hours’ drive away from dozens of award-winning beaches on the Atlantic Ocean. A day trip to Gulf Coast is just the thing to do. Each coastal community has its own personality and charm, and frankly – you just can’t have a bad day at the beach! But which beach to choose?

the waves rolling in at the beaches of Florida

The Gulf Coast beaches are the best for a quieter experience. These beaches offer soft white sands and clear blue waters, with plenty of opportunities for shelling and natural recreation.

Our favourite Gulf Coast beaches are Clearwater and St. Petersburg, while Captiva and Sanibel Island are definitely worth a little extra driving. As a teen, I spent many summer getaways on these islands, and they were the very best times of my life.

Cape Canaveral space centre

On the Atlantic Coast, Orlandoans tend to flock to Cape Canaveral and St. Augustine when they want an “extra” beach experience. These locations are not just known for their beaches, so they’re a great choice if you want options. Cape Canaveral is home to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.

Here visitors can discover the history of space exploration and pioneering astronauts. In St. Augustine, the nation’s oldest city, guests can journey through the history of a different sort on cobblestone streets with horse-drawn carriages, artsy vendors, street music, and historical architecture. 

Frequently asked questions about Orlando

What type of power sockets do they use in the USA?

For the USA there are two associated plug types, types A and B. Plug type A is the plug that has two flat parallel pins and plug type B is the plug that has two flat parallel pins and a grounding pin. Buy your power adaptor today

How do I call the Police in Orlando?

The emergency services number in The USA is 911

Can I drink tap water in Orlando?

Yes, tap water is safe to drink in Florida.

Is tipping required in Orlando?

Full-service restaurant, tipping 15-20% of a total bill is a good place to start – and remember that you are tipping based on the quality of service.

Where are the best places to stay in Orlando for teenagers

At the top of the article, we suggested some accommodation choices. If you are looking for a wider variety of choices please find below an interactive map from Booking.com for you to find your perfect stay in Orlando.


Orlando and Central Florida, in general, can be a rewarding destination for the whole family, and it’s certainly not a location that is just for kids by any means. If you think you’ve been there – done that, you may want to consider doing it again, the big kid’s way!

Weather in Orlando

May through to September is the summer months for Orlando. At this time the temperatures rise to 30 degrees and the humidity is high daily. The summer is actually the wet season in Orlando. You can expect rains, thunder and lightning regularly in the afternoons.

From Christmas through January and February is the peak time in Orlando. In this time you will get pleasant days at around 23°C and chilly evenings around 10°C. In March and April, the temperature starts to warm up with average highs rising to a blissful 25°C in March and 28°C in April

We hope this article from us here at Wyld Family Travel has you inspired to visit Orlando with teenagers. There are so many fun things to do in Orlando that will have you entertained for your family’s whole stay in Florida.

Family travel with teenagers and tweens. Traveling with young adults has just as many issues as traveling with younger children. Choosing the best teenage vacation destinations can be so time-consuming. Use our Travel with Teenagers Destination Guides from all over the world for your next family vacation inspiration to make your family vacations with teens epic.

For more amazing ideas on where to holiday in The USA click through to our America Destination Guide page for more brilliant inspiration.

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31 best things to do in Orlando for teenagers

2 thoughts on “31 best things to do in Orlando for teenagers”

  1. We did Orlando when our son was 4 and 5 and loved it. We only went to Disney and Universal, but we simply have to come back to do a lot of the other things to do in Orlando. He’s a tween now.


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