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Dinosaur World, to walk among more than 200 life- size dinosaurs in 20 acres of lush gardens in Plant City.


Searching for ‘kids eat free’ deals and dining plans that can include up to 100 restaurants offering fi xed- price menus.


Looking out for multiple theme park ticket offers and 2-4-1 deals as soon as your holiday to Florida is booked.


Saving cash by buying drinks, snacks and sun cream (a must in the Florida sun) from a supermarket.


Driving through the cageless safari camp, Lion Country Safari, in Loxahatchee, to get close up to big cats, rhinos and buffalo.





Or, head down to the Florida Keys and go camping in Bahia Honda State Park or, if there are any underwater fans in the family, the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. There’s a museum for pretty much everything in Florida so there is no chance of anyone getting bored on holiday here. The Museum of Arts and Sciences in Daytona Beach has art, a planetarium and a children’s museum with a raceway where kids can build their own vehicles.


The Hard Rock Hotel pool in Universal Orlando with one of Wet 'n Wild Orlando's many fun rides, the Flyer


St. Augustine’s Old Florida Museum tells the story of the state’s history through hands-on exhibits while in contrast, Ripley’s Believe It or Not in Orlando has hundreds of strange, unusual and ‘hard to believe’ exhibits. It might be hard to believe Florida has so much to offer families – until you visit! •


FAMILY TIME THAT COLORS OUTSIDE THE LINES.


Bask in golden sun on our famous beaches. Enjoy an array of shopping, dining and entertainment. Create a kaleidoscope of family fun in Sarasota County.


Visit sarasota.org.uk / VisitSarasota.org or call 00.1.239.498.3273


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