Escape from those Winter Blues and plan a Spring Vacation to Orlando. Conditions could not be better for an impromptu trip to the Sunshine State. Spring is the perfect season to visit popular Orlando Attractions. Warm day time temperatures with mostly- sunny skies make Walt Disney World a pleasant spot to spend your vacation days. Yes, the waterparks remain open during these off- season months. Gas prices are still low compared to previous years, and you can expect a sharp decline in nightly rates at your favorite Vacation Rentals. Plan ahead and make room in your schedule for these well- known seasonal festivals hosted by Orlando Theme Parks.
Mardi Gras at Universal Studios. February 6- April 16.
Visit Universal Studios Orlando to Embrace the Excitement of Florida’s Biggest Party on weekend nights this Spring! Legendary bands, authentic New Orleans cuisine, and a wild and outrageous flamboyant parade highlight the popular Mardi Gras celebration at Universal Studios. Start your collection of party beads here.
Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival. March 2- May 30.
Guests enjoy beautiful garden displays and powerful live entertainment at one of the most- anticipated Spring events year after year. Fun for the whole family! A packed schedule is full of gardening presentations, children’s play areas, and concerts by top bands and musicians. Check out all the sights and sounds while dining on tasty cuisine and drinks.
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Viva La Musica. April 16 & 23 and May 7 & 14.
Celebrate Latin culture while spending the day at SeaWorld! Experience delicious Latin cuisine and exciting concerts featuring internationally renowned Latin musicians. Come hungry, as there are lots of international dishes to sample. This event is free with a paid SeaWorld admission. Watch SeaWorld’s famous animal shows then head to the party for a memorable good time!
Orlando Farmers Market at Downtown Orlando. Every Sunday, 10am- 4pm.
On your next visit, stop by the Orlando Farmers Market to experience something totally different than the Theme Park world. Local musicians and entertainment, specialty arts and crafts, and local tastes and treats thrive here, beside the Lake Eola Park and waterfront.