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Get More Out Of Your Vacation With An Orlando Explorer Pass

It’s natural for families or groups of friends to travel to be budget conscious. After all, with so much to do and see, you want to stretch those dollars. To get the most out of your bucks, you and your companions can get a Go Orlando Explorer Pass before your trip. This pass lets you enjoy deep discounts on various sights and attractions in the Orlando area. And, although Disney and Universal entrance tickets are not included in this package, you can still enjoy savings and good deals from other parks and attractions.

What is the Orlando Explorer Pass?

The Orlando Explorer Pass is a discount pass that allows guests access from 3 or 5 attractions. There’s a list to choose from which includes Madame Tussauds, Gatorland, FunSpot America, the Wheel at ICON Park, WonderWorks, and more. The explorer pass is easy to use. Guests can visit any of the 3 or 5 chosen attractions within 30 days. For example, you can visit one today and have 29 more days to visit and experience the rest. You don’t have to queue each time, just swipe your pass at the entrance or the ticketing areas, and you’re in.

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The Orlando Explorer Pass starts at $71 for adults and $62 for children for 3 attractions.
However, you can also add LEGOLAND to the attractions included in your explorer pass for an additional fee. If you choose the 3-option plus LEGOLAND pass, it will cost $144 for adults and $134 for kids. On the other hand, if you go all in and choose the 5-option pass plus LEGOLAND, it will cost $195 for adults and $184 for kids.

This may sound more pricey at first, but if you consider that a single-day ticket at LEGOLAND already costs $96 for adults and $89 for children, you’ll realize that combining it with the Orlando Explorer pass is a great option. LEGOLAND is one of the most popular places to go to in Florida because of the popularity of all things LEGO. There are rides, attractions, shows, games, and a host of other activities even non-LEGO fans will appreciate.

What do I get with the Orlando Explorer Pass?

Mix and match your pass options and choose from these amazing attractions. You can come back and see other sites within 30 days from the first time you use your pass.

  • SEA LIFE Aquarium Orlando. One of the largest aquariums in the world, housing all types of fish and marine life.
  • Gatorland: The Alligator Capital of the World. It is an exciting  trip showcasing alligators in their natural habitat. Completely safe!
  • Boggy Creek Airboat Tour. Ride an airboat around Boggy Creek. This is exhilarating fun while you go travel the Florida swamp and experience an airboat firsthand.
  • The Outta Control Magic Comedy Dinner Show. A fun dinner show which is part magic and part comedy. Promises great dinner entertainment.
  • Fun Spot America Theme Park - 4 Ride Sampler
  • Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition. The exhibit recreates HMS Titanic, including the staircase, and other memorabilia. 
  • CoCo Key Water Park. Enjoy the waterslides, pools and other water attractions. Spend the day in the sun frolicking in the water.
  • Chocolate Kingdom - Factory Adventure Tour with Chocolate Bar. For everyone who likes chocolate, this is a fun chocolate factory worthy of a visit. You can even try your hand at making a chocolate bar.
  • Madame Tussauds Orlando. The iconic wax museum has a branch at Orlando, with its unique wax statues of celebrities.
  • WonderWorks All-Access Pass. Visit the WonderWorks Orlando branch of this famous museum. 
  • Congo River Adventure Golf. One of the best mini-golf courses you can play on. This is loads of fun for the whole family.
  • SKELETONS: Museum of Osteology. A scientific spectacle which sparks interest among everyone interested in bones, and anatomy.
  • I-Ride Trolley Special Offer. The Trolley picks up and drops off Orlando visitors along a route passing through the most popular attractions.
  • The Wheel at ICON Park. A giant Ferris wheel at ICON Park Orlando. It is one of the tallest structures in Florida.
  • LEGOLAND Florida Resort. All the exhibits are made of LEGO bricks. 
  • Orlando Magic Home Game Ticket. Watch the NBA’s Orlando Magic on their home court.

How much will I save with the Orlando Explorer Pass?

Unfortunately, the pass does not include full entrance to the Kennedy Space Center, but the overall 35% discount on entrance tickets is still a good deal. You’ll not only save more money compared to buying individual tickets, but you’ll also save time by not having to queue for each ride or attraction you want to try.

The Orlando Explorer Pass is valid for 30 days from the first time it is used. Guests who buy the pass are also treated to an I-Ride Trolley pass for 3 days. 

Are there other passes available?

There are two other types of passes available. The Go Orlando Pass is available for two-, three- and five-day tours. The other pass is the Build Your Own Orlando Pass, which allows admissions for 30 days from first use. 

The Go Orlando Pass

Planning and budgeting day tours and visiting Orlando attractions is easier with the Go Orlando Pass. There is a choice of two-, three- or five-day passes with admittance to 30 popular Florida attractions. On their own, each of these attractions is already worth a full day’s visit. With the Go Orlando Pass, visitors can have the option of going as a group or splitting into smaller groups and visiting the attractions they are interested in. The Pass affords the visitor plenty of options in juggling their time in Orlando. It can also be big savings for visitors. The bundled attractions include Boggy Creek Airboat Tour, Gatorland, Legoland, WonderWorks Orlando, Kennedy Space Center, Fun Spot America Theme Park and Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum. 

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The multi-day pass has to be used on consecutive days. For instance, if the visitor starts to use the two-day pass on any given day, he can only use it till the next day. A three-day pass affords the visitor to stop by the listed attractions on three-consecutive days. The five-day pass allows the visitor to go to the attractions on five straight days. It helps if the visitor can plan the days he plans to be in Orlando. One of the best uses of the five-day pass would be Monday to Friday. 

The two-day Go Orlando Pass is priced at $164 for adults, and $144 for children, while the five-day Pass costs $329 for adults and $299 for children. 

Build Your Own Orlando Pass

The Go Orlando Pass may seem like a steep price for a whirlwind tour of Orlando, especially if you are not going to go through all of the top attractions. For those who don’t have the time or the energy, especially if they just want to go to specific places, the Go Orlando Pass may be more than needed. The alternative is the Build Your Own Orlando Pass which allows the visitor to pick and choose which attractions in a customized discounted package.

The Build Your Own Orlando Pass features 32 attractions including LEGOLAND, Kennedy Space Center, Boggy Creek Airboat Tour, and Gatorland. You pick which ones you want to go visit, and there is a 15% discount on the total regular gate prices for at least two attractions if the Pass includes the Kennedy Space Center. Otherwise, there is a 20% discount on the total price.

Unlike the Go Orlando Pass, the Build Your Own Orlando Pass allows for a leisurely 30 days from the first day of use. Even if you sign up for only 2 attractions, you can visit them a week or two apart. This puts less strain on your Orlando vacation, and you don’t have to hurry with going through all those places you want to visit.

Source:
https://www.smartdestinations.com/attractionList.ep?filters=_d_Orl_Att&pass=exp

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