With only a few months left until spring, it’s time to get to planning for Spring Break! Have you thought about where you will go? If not, below, I have listed three wonderful places to travel with kids – in three different price ranges (budget, moderate, luxury).
Dinosaur World is an affordable, family-friendly, outdoor theme park which features over 200 life-size dinosaurs throughout the park. Admission is approximately $18.95 per person for the entire day which also includes free parking.
The staff is friendly and knowledgeable and there are a variety of exhibits with many being interactive. Finally, food is not sold at the park, therefore the park encourages families to bring their own food, relax, and enjoy the day.
Dinosaur World has three locations throughout the United States which include Florida, Kentucky, and Texas.
Legoland is another family-friendly, outdoor theme park which is based on Legos. It is moderately priced with admission prices being approximately $90 per person and parking approximately $18 per day. Since, food is served in the park, Legoland’s official policy reads that outside food and drinks are not allowed.
Legoland has two locations in the US which include Florida and California.
Read How to Plan a Successful Trip to Legoland to find out how I saved a ton of money by using Groupon and planning ahead.
Walt Disney World
Finally, of all the wonderful places to travel with kids is the magical and luxurious Walt Disney World. I’m sure everyone has heard of Walt Disney World, so today, I’ll simply share admission prices and parking.
Admission passes for adults can range from $120-$180 depending on what type of ticket you choose with parking being $20 per day. While, we have not yet been to Walt Disney World, it is one of our family goals for 2018.
Read our Dimes to Disney January Update to know how we are affording our Disney vacation this year.
In summary, I have outlined three wonderful places that you can travel to with kids this spring. First, is Dinosaur World which has three locations, affordable admission prices, and free parking.
Next, is Legoland which is located in Florida and California. The Lego-themed, outdoor park is moderately priced and does not offer free parking.
Lastly, is Walt Disney World which is located in Florida. The Disney-themed park weighs in at being one of – if not the best theme park in the United States.
In those two posts alone, I have packed tons of ideas on how to keep you having an amazing spring-break – within your budget and right in the comfort of your own hometown!
Cheers to spring-break happenings!
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