Planning a spring break destination that’s fun, exciting and fun for the entire family? This is the perfect time to visit these amazing destinations, from Disney, Universal to Legoland. Here are the best spring break ideas that will make the whole family happy.
With locations around the world including Florida, California, Dubai, Germany, Malaysia and England, families have no shortage of options when it comes to finding a location.
Each park spans more than 40 hectares with 50 rides and attractions, including 4D cinema experiences, shows and Lego building areas.
In Florida, the water park opens on March 12.
As the iconic theme park from Walt Disney turns 60, there are numerous magical ways to enjoy Disneyland‘s diamond celebration. Watch below:
Universal Orlando Resort
For families on spring break, Universal Studios has its version of Mardi Gras, launched on February 6. It will go on until April 16.
The event presents a series of 14 concerts, parades, performers and Cajun cuisine that bring New Orleans to Orlando.
This year’s roster of performers includes Adam Lambert, Shawn Mendes, 3 Doors Down, and REO Speedwagon.
Keep kids of all ages in the family happy with The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Despicable Me Minion Mayhem.
Meanwhile, in California, the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Hollywood officially opens on April 7.
Disney Cruise Line
Over on CruiseCritic.com, Disney Cruise Line enjoys a stellar reputation among holidaymakers, who named it the best overall cruise line of 2016.
It also took the top spot in categories that range from best cabin, entertainment and dining, among others.
While the cruise is undeniably geared towards kids, guests and editors alike point out that the Art Deco setting helps elegantly subdue what could otherwise be garish or tacky cartoon overload, and that parents can also enjoy alone time thanks to kids clubs and programming.
Franklyn D. Resort & Spa, Jamaica
Named one of the best family-friendly resorts by FamilyVacationCritic.com, this all-inclusive family resort was designed for kids, yes, but also for parents.
Case in point: the resort is staffed with a free vacation nanny. While parents lounge by the pool, kids are kept busy with activities such as snorkeling, fishing, football, cooking classes, and water slide.
Editors at FamilyVacationCritic note the property isn’t grand or ritzy but recommend the resort for families looking for an easy holiday that requires little planning.
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