There are some cool new attractions coming to Orlando in 2021 that you won’t want to miss. Be sure to book your rental villa early. The relaxation of the travel ban means that tourists are returning to Florida for much needed sun and fun.
Ice Breaker is set to open later this year, SeaWorld Orlando’s® first launch coaster is sure to set pulses racing. Featuring four airtime-filled launches, forwards AND backwards. A reverse launch into the steepest “beyond-vertical” drop in Florida – a 93 foot tall spike with a 100 degree angle!!!
Riptide Race is now open! Florida’s first EVER dueling waterslide. Challenge your family or friends to a race, side-by-side, at top speeds. The ride has accelerations through indoor and outdoor sections with almost 650 feet of splashing slides, tight loops and white knuckle thrills.
The Bourne Stuntacular. This all new live action show opened in 2020, but was overshadowed by the pandemic. Now you can follow Jason Bourne around the globe as he’s pursued by sinister characters. Using a never seen before combination of stage magic and cinema, this is an edge of your seat show you won’t want to miss.
Flamingo Mingle is an all new animal encounter. It is designed to educate and excite through hands on feeding and interaction with these beautiful birds.
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
Planet Play is now open and features a fully immersive, multi-storey play experience. Aimed at the younger generation of space explorers (2-12), this indoor, interactive play activity and learning area, brings space right here to Earth!
Museum of Illusions is now open. This is a mind-bending “edutainment” experience with 50 interactive, mentally deceptive and immersive exhibits. Fun for all ages based on math, science and psychology!
ICON Park Slingshot™ Set to open this summer, this 300-foot-tall, two-tower attraction will be the world’s tallest slingshot ride! Expect to be launched out of an “exploding volcano” 450 feet straight up into the sky while reaching speeds up to 100 mph.
ICON Park Drop Tower This new attraction will become the world’s tallest free-standing drop tower at 430 feet when it opens in the summer, tilting you forward 30 degrees to face the ground before free falling nearly 400 feet at speeds exceeding 75 mph.