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Indoor Spring Break Fun in Orlando

When the spring showers roll through Central Florida, most tourists don’t want to find themselves caught in the rain at one of Florida’s busy theme parks or beaches. One local entertainment spot is reminding that rain or shine, the fun never stops at Dezerland Action Park Orlando.




If you’re looking for things to do in Orlando for spring break, you won’t want to miss the unique attractions Dezerland Action Park Orlando has to offer. Nearly the size of 15 football fields, there’s 850,000 square feet of family entertainment options all under one roof and with 20+ indoor attractions, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Florida’s largest indoor entertainment center offers free entry and free parking so you can make your experience at Dezerland Action Park perfect for an hour or a day. If your theme park plans get cut short by rain or you want to try a new activity in Orlando, you can enjoy the flexibility of the Play Card at Dezerland Action Park. Guests can choose which games and attractions they want enjoy, and then load their Play Card with just the right amount of credits needed to have all the fun they want.

Thrill-seekers will love axe throwing, racing on Florida’s longest indoor go-kart track with four skill and speed levels, competing with friends and family in the laser tag maze or virtual reality arena and jumping around at Jump Start trampoline park. There’s no shortage of classic family fun activities with like bowling, arcade games, mini-golf and more.

One of the best museums in Orlando is also located at Dezerland Action Park. The Orlando Auto Museum is the largest auto museum in the country with more than 2,000 vehicles from around the world worth over $200 million, including the world’s largest collection of James Bond vehicles and memorabilia. Guests can take selfies with many vehicles made famous by television shows and movies like “Scooby Doo,” “Batman,” “Spiderman,” “Ghostbusters,” “Back to The Future,” “Fast & Furious” and “Mad Max”. Entry to the Orlando Auto Museum must be purchased separately.

Whether you are on vacation in Orlando or a local looking for new things to do in Central Florida, Dezerland Action Park could be added to-do list this spring break.

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