Orlando may be ripe with things to do for kids, but what about those picky teenagers who are only interested in seeing the cool places in Orlando? Luckily, we've found five ways to entertain the whole family when travelling with teenagers in tow.
WhirlyDome is home to the famous game of WhirlyBall. Never heard of it? Well, imagine driving a bumper car around while scooping and shooting a plastic ball into your opponents’ goal. The Dome is also home to Laser Frenzy and Laser Tag, self-serve bowling lanes, arcade games and billiard tables. And, if that’s not enough to keep even the most restless teen busy for hours, WhirlyDome is the proud owner of the first F1 Racing Simulator in North America. Located on International Drive, it's easily accessible from Interstate 4 and surrounded by many of Orlando’s greatest attractions.
Universal’s Islands of Adventure
Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Written by Kim Taylor
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About the author: KimTaylorKim Taylor
Kim Taylor is vice president and partner with Curley & Pynn Public Relations, and co-founder of PulseofCentralFlorida.com, a Central Florida activities blog. A resident of Florida for more than 25 years and a Central Floridian for more than 10 years, Kim co-founded the blog PulseofCentralFlorida.com in 2008 with the hope of sharing an insider’s view of Orlando that goes beyond the theme parks. In her spare time, Kim can be spotted checking out her favorite musicians at one of many Central Florida music venues, on the tennis courts or rowing starboard with the Orlando Rowing Club.