Orlando is one of the US top destinations for families to visit during Spring break. The city is filled with fun and magical places to explore. Disney World hosts “The Epcot Flower and Garden Festival” from March through May. Over at Universal Orlando the nights transform into a traditional Mardi Gras Carnival with free concerts, parades, amazing Cajun cuisine and much more.
If you are into sports you can also catch a professional baseball game during your spring break vacation. The Champion Stadium, located at the Wide World of Sports Complex in the middle of Walt Disney World Resort is home to Atlanta Braves Spring Training. Their schedule features 17 home games against 10 Major League Baseball teams, to see full schedule and buy your tickets click here.
The Osceola County Stadium located in Kissimmee is home of The Houston Astros’ Spring Training. Its proximity to major Central Florida attractions is a plus. To see full schedule and buy your tickets click here.
For those of you who want to travel off the beaten path of the attractions, The Orlando Museum of Art is also a great place to visit. Founded in 1924, whose mission reflects the continued growth of Florida, ardent community support for the arts and the OMA’s role as a leading cultural institution in the region with its daily art exhibitions and special events. For more information, click here, and of course don’t forget to make your hotel reservations by visiting our website www.legacyvacationresorts.com