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Category Archives: Florida Attractions
In 2003 congress put into place a law that restricted flights around Disney’s U.S. theme parks. There’s a 3-mile restricted zone from which helicopters and planes are prevented from entering. Originally put in place to prevent attacks from bad actors … Continue reading
If you’re out and about in central Florida and wondering just what sort of family friendly fun can be had in a Corn Maze, you should head down to St. Cloud (just east of of the 15 (Narcossee) on the … Continue reading
The National Entrepreneur Center is a Disney sponsored community organization with the goal of helping small businesses get started and flourish in and around Central Florida. They also publish a lot of great material that’s perfect for small business owners … Continue reading
Looking for an alternative Halloween experience that’s actually included with your theme park admission and not a seperate ticket event? I recommend SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular. It starts today, Oct. 4. This daytime event immerse you and your family in an … Continue reading