Fun for Less at Fun Spot’s Birthday

Fun Spot’s Birthday Blast will be on June 11th. It will be their 18th one! Finally “legal.” On this day you can purchase tickets for only $18. Nothing like someone else having the birthday, but you get the gift!

Fun Spot’s Birthday Tickets

Fun Spot’s Birthday single-day passes will be available online starting at midnight through 2:00 p.m. EST. If you are at the park, they will be sold from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. These passes will not expire for an entire year, so you can have fun for less whenever you want!

Fun Spot’s Birthday Blast

For $18 you will receive a single day pass that includes all of the rides and Gator Spot (only at the Orlando’s location). The SkyCoaster ride and arcade will require additional expenses, but hey, you’re already saving money. ORLANDO TOURIST TIP: If you have another $18 to spend, check out the photo deal while you’re at the Orlando attraction. The Fun Spot’s Birthday photo deal includes a 4” x 6” photo and 4 wallet-sized photos. Key chains with your photo can be made for an additional $1.99 each. These make excellent souvenirs and help preserve your Orlando vacation.

If you will be attending Fun Spot’s Birthday Blast on June 11th, enjoy the party. There will be entertainment, music, giveaways and more. This Orlando attraction can easily fill the better part of an entire day. Children really love it.

Fun Spot Orlando is located at 5700 Fun Spot Way, Orlando, FL 32819; phone: 407-363-3867. The Kissimmee Fun Spot is located at 2850 Florida Plaza Blvd., Kissimmee FL 34746; phone: 407-397-2509. Both locations offer a lot of fun, however, the Orlando location is still our recommendation (if you have the option of either attraction).

ORLANDO TOURIST TIP: If lodging near or on International Drive, be sure to check out the I-drive trolley as a way to get to Fun Spot. The trolley is one of the best ways to get around this busy tourist area. For just a few dollars, it is a great way to have fun for less – money and hassle!

Spring Training in Florida

Though baseball season isn’t quite here just yet, we have arrived at the next best thing: Spring Training in Florida. Our state is a huge hub for baseball during Spring Training, with fans coming out in droves for the opportunity to see their favorite players warm up for the season— and for the chance to see some of the up-and-coming rookies before they hit the majors. According to flasports.com, in 2015, over 1.5 million baseball fans headed down to Florida to see their favorite players get ready for the season. That’s a record-breaking amount of people!

Spring Training in Florida featured team logos

Of course, with 15 different major league teams from all over the country spread out over Florida, its no surprise that so many people are flocking down state come March! With Florida’s fair climate year round, March is the perfect time to take a break from the unending northern winter and head down to get some sun during your favorite team’s pre-season games! Here’s a list of the MLB teams that spend Spring Training in Florida and of where you can find them.

  • The Atlanta Braves (Lake Buena Vista)
  • The Baltimore Orioles (Sarasota)
  • The Boston Red Sox (Fort Meyers)
  • The Detroit Tigers (Lakeland)
  • The Houston Astros (Kissimmee)
  • The Miami Marlins (Jupiter)
  • The Minnesota Twins (Fort Myers)
  • The New York Mets (Port St. Lucie)
  • The New York Yankees (Tampa)
  • The Philadelphia Phillies (Clearwater)
  • The Pittsburg Pirates (Bradenton)
  • The St. Louis Cardinals (Jupiter)
  • The Tampa Bay Rays (Port Charlotte)
  • The Toronto Blue Jays (Dunedin)
  • The Washington Nationals (Viera)

Clearly there is a widespread variety of teams and locations, which offers each individual sports fan the opportunity of an experience that is unique to their desires for a Florida vacation. ORLANDO TOURIST TIP: Take advantage of your time in Florida and the location of the teams you decide to watch play! If you are traveling with kids who are itching to see Disney World, consider seeing the Braves in Lake Buena Vista, or the Astros in Kissimmee! If you are aching to get some time in the sand and surf during your trip to Florida, there is a huge variety of teams you can consider who are playing near the coast, with the Red Sox and the Twins both stationed in the same city!

Spring Training in Florida is Highly Recommended

Whether you are a casual baseball fan or a diehard, we definitely recommend Spring Training in Florida. The tickets are typically much, much cheaper than regulation games, and it is a great opportunity to get up close and personal with your favorite players! With the pressure of regulation games off their shoulders and the season only just beginning, the players tend to be a lot more relaxed. Who knows, if you find yourself in the right place at the right time you might end up with an autograph or a photo with your favorite player! Not an easy task during regulation games!

ORLANDO TOURIST TIP: Bring a ball, hat or other souvenir (or a program if available) and a permanent marker, such as a Sharpie. Come early or stay late, because many of the players will gladly autograph your item, especially if your children ask!

Whether you decide to come down purely for the love of the game or more for the weather, we highly recommend at least spending one afternoon at a pre-season game. The combination of the game, the music, and the new and old players, it’s bound to be a good time for every different type of baseball fan you can imagine.

Now, let’s play ball!

 

Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival: Complete Guide

Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival begins this year on March 2 and runs for 90 days, ending May 30, 2016. This is the longest timeframe yet for this Orlando theme park special event. Last year’s festival lasted 75 days.

If you have a pass which allows entrance into Epcot year-round, this is a nice event to plan around. However, most tourists make their plans and then find out they’ll be attending this theme park during the festival (an extra bonus). Either way, you’ll appreciate this complete guide to the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival and find some great tips.

The Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival itself is included in your ticket, however, some events cost extra, as well as the food at the Outdoor Kitchens. Festival highlights include:

  1. Garden Topiaries (those really cool Disney characters made from living plants)
  2. Outdoor Kitchens (where you can sample some great food)
  3. Music Concerts (free!)
  4. Weekend Events (including great tips for gardeners)

ORLANDO TOURIST TIP: A fun thing to do is to pick up a Garden Passport and collect stamps for several stops. You can check off the topiaries you find, the gardens you visit and the kitchens you purchase food from. The booklets are available at several locations (or download ahead of time) and they make a nice souvenir for your Orlando vacation. The booklet lists foods available, beverages, where to locate gardens and much more! Read on for other fun things to do with children…

Topiaries at the Epcot Flower & Garden Festival
Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival Topiaries

Epcot is beautiful year-round, however, during this festival they go above and beyond in the gardens. You’ll find dozens of garden scenes beginning at the entrance of the park with this year’s new topiary featuring Huey, Dewey and Louie along side their uncle Donald Duck and Daisy. The scene is based on “The Victory Garden,” a 1943 Donald Duck comic book. There are over 100 topiaries located throughout the park. ORLANDO TOURIST TIP: Returning guests will want to check out the NEW! topiaries listed here. Keep your eye out for these most popular scenes:

  • Anna and Elsa from Frozen Located at Norway Pavilion
  • Bambi & Friends Featuring Bambi, Flower and Thumper Located at the Canada Pavilion
  • Beauty and the Beast Located at the France Pavilion
  • Buzz Lightyear from the Disney•Pixar Toy Story Located near Mission Space
  • Woody from the Disney•Pixar Toy Story Located at The American Adventure
  • Donald, Daisy, Huey, Dewey and Louie – NEW! Located at the Front Entrance
  • Fantasia Located at Future World West
  • Floral Sun – NEW! Featuring a large landscape with vibrant sunbursts Located behind Spaceship Earth
  • Lady and the Tramp Located at the Italy Pavilion
  • Minnie Mouse & Pluto – NEW! Located at Showcase Plaza
  • Peter Pan, Captain Hook & Tick Toc Crock Located at the United Kingdom Pavilion
  • Ranger Mickey & Friends – NEW! Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service. Located at Future World
  • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Located at the Germany Pavilion
  • The Lion King Featuring Mufasa, Pumbaa, Rafiki, Sarabi, Simba and Timon
    Located at The Outpost between the Germany and China Pavilion
  • Winnie the Pooh & Friends Located at the United Kingdom Pavilion

Outdoor Kitchens during the Festival

This year the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival will feature 13 Outdoor Kitchens with two brand new ones – La Isla Fresca and Cider House. Each kitchen offers a small sampler dish (at an additional cost) with cuisine from that region of the world. It can cost hundreds of dollars to taste a sample from each kitchen, so be sure to read the following and pick out the dish you want to try to help stay within your budget. Most dishes will cost between $5-$10.

The Outdoor Kitchens for 2016 are:

  • Bauernmarket: Farmer’s Market – NEW!
    Next to the Germany Pavilion. Ice cold brews and an “organic” champagne apértif with elderflower and mint—a refreshing pick-me-up that’s ideal for spring. Guten tag!
  • Cider House – NEW!
    Near the United Kingdom Pavilion. Try a variety of buzz-worthy ciders and artisanal provisions that may inspire a playful picnic .
  • Fleur de Lys
    France Pavilion. Try the colossal raspberry and fudge macaron—it’s waiting for you to relish and share!
  • Florida Fresh
    Between the Morocco and France Pavilions. Sweet and tangy creations made from locally grown fixings. Pair your picks with an adult thirst-quencher—wine, craft beer or a sweet watermelon juice or slush.
  • Hanami
    Japan Pavilion. Innovative plates like the festival-favorite Frushi—fresh fruit with raspberry coconut rice, toasted coconut and whipped cream—are a hit with kids and adults alike.
  • La Isla Fresca – NEW!
    Showcase Plaza. Caribbean-inspired fare seasoned with jerk-spice or carefully braised. Enhance this tropical tasting with a frozen drink or dessert.
  • Jardin de Fiestas
    Mexico Pavilion. Let your appetite build as you explore a medley of tantalizing tapas and exotic elixirs, each boasting a hint of botanical flavors.
  • Lotus House
    China Pavilion. The tranquil courtyard is the ideal spot to sink your teeth into small plates of contemporary Chinese food and sip fruity bubble tea with your little ones.
  • Pineapple Promenade
    Showcase Plaza. There are plenty of tart and tangy items to try—including pineapple-flavored soft-serve, frozen lemonade and the popular spicy hot dog topped with chutney.
  • Primavera Kitchen
    Italian Old Country dishes like the new egg pasta stuffed with ricotta, spinach and spring veggies.
  • Taste of Marrakesh
    Morocco Pavilion. Choose from a trio of spice-infused Mediterranean masterpieces and cocktails such as white sangria or sparkling wine with a pop of pomegranate liqueur.
  • THE SMOKEHOUSE: Barbecue and Brews
    American Adventure Pavilion. Slow-cooked specialties—the perfect fixin’s for a springtime gathering with family and friends. Think lip-smacking sliders, brisket, smoked ribs and a mighty fine selection of golden craft brews.
  • Urban Farm Eats
    Showcase Plaza. Delve into a vivid spread of healthy and all-natural food and drinks presented on stylish, eco-friendly serving ware. This stop provides a bounty of inventive tips for growing your own groceries at home.

Little River Band

Garden Rocks Concert Series

If you are attending Epcot on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday, you can catch a great concert for free! Performances are held at the America Gardens Theatre (between Japan & Italy) at 5:30, 6:45, and 8 p.m. and are included with park admission. The concerts are only 30 minutes in length, so if you miss the earlier one, return for another performance a little later. Several of these groups return each year. New acts are noted as NEW!

The 2016 Music Lineup includes these popular acts:

  • March 4-6 – The Orchestra starring former members of ELO “Evil Woman”
  • March 11-13 – Starship starring Mickey Thomas “We Built This City”
  • March 18-20 – Little River Band “Reminiscing”
  • March 25-27 – Village People “Y.M.C.A.”
  • April 1-3 – Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone “I’m Henry the VIII, I Am”
  • April 8-10 – The Guess Who “American Woman”
  • April 15-17 – Blood, Sweat & Tears featuring Bo Bice “Spinning Wheel” NEW!
  • April 22-24 – BRIAN HOWE, former lead singer of Bad Company “Can’t Get Enough” NEW!
  • April 29-May 1 – Georgia Satellites “Keep Your Hands to Yourself” NEW!
  • May 6-8 – Gin Blossoms “Hey Jealousy”
  • May 13-15 – Darlene Love “Wait ‘Til My Bobby Gets Home”NEW!
  • May 20-22 – Night Ranger “Sister Christian”
  • May 27-30 (Monday) – The Spinners “Working My Way Back to You”

Weekend Events at Epcot

From 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on the weekends, you’ll discover many special seminars and presentations scheduled during the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival. Be sure to attend a how-to demonstration at the Festival Center and get some great advice for your own garden!

Locations where the events take place:

  • Garden Information Desk – Ask questions of Master Gardeners from the Institute of Food and Agricultural Science (IFAS) at the University of Florida.
  • Garden Theater – See the making of the Festival
  • Horticulture Heritage – See how horticulture has played a role in creating Walt’s vision
  • Greenhouse Stage – Gardening specialists will share their expertise at 11:00am and 2:00pm
  • Fresh Epcot Stage – Demonstrations from experts at 12:00pm and 3:00pm
  • Spotlight Stage – Planting tips from the Institute of Food and Agricultural Science (IFAS) at the University of Florida.
  • Festival Stage – A variety of horticulture topics
  • Intermissions Cafe – stop by for a selection of wine, cheese, wraps and salads
  • Festival Center Shop – Flower & Garden Festival-themed merchandise and more.

Family-friendly Events:

  • Art in the Garden Weekend: April 1 to 3, 2016
    View nature through the eyes of “Plein Air” artists and appreciate one-of-a-kind Disney works of art on display within the World Showcase from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
  • NEW! Outdoor Family Fun Weekend: April 8 to 10, 2016
    Reap the benefits of sharing quality time together at select Festival gardens. As a bonus, animal specialists from Disney’s Animal Kingdom will be presenting an exhibit on how bugs play an important role in helping a garden thrive. Check it out at the Festival Center from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Earth Day Weekend: April 22 to 24, 2016
    Celebrate the place we call home, where you can enjoy interactive activities, discoveries and more! Plus learn about the efforts to protect coral reefs and other marine life at The Seas with Nemo & Friends®―a special tribute to the amazing creatures that dwell in our vast oceans.
  • Florida Fresh Weekend: April 29 to May 1, 2016
    Explore the bounty of the Sunshine State from Apalachicola to Zellwood at this Festival Center-based event.
  • Florida Federation of Garden Clubs: May 6 to 8, 2016
    Marvel at amazing flora designs that defy description inside the Festival Center from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Special Activities for Children & Garden Destinations

While the grown-ups will appreciate the work that goes into the gardens, this Orlando theme park event has special activities for kids too. While you are checking off the various gardens, be sure to allow extra time at these two for your kids: Music Garden Melodies Playground along the Imagination Walkway between Future World and World Showcase and the Cactus Road Rally
located along the Test Track Walkway.

Music Garden Melodies Playground – NEW!
This garden features Disney’s “Fab Five” topiaries, including bandleader Mickey Mouse and his fellow members Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Pluto and Donald Duck. It is hands-on, and after dark it really lights up! Children can play instruments like drums, chimes and xylophones—and tap into their adventurous side by tackling state-of-the-art net climbers. Music-themed plants also add a clever touch to this sonic scene.

Cactus Road Rally
Inspired by the Disney•Pixar film Cars, this playful area features a canopied jungle gym and eye-catching cacti. Topiary buddies Mater and Lightning McQueen invite parents to relax and recharge while your kids race around in a desert-themed mini park.  ORLANDO TOURIST TIP: Enjoy an “I Spy” moment by taking turns pointing out the various auto parts scattered among colorful flower beds.

Other Kid-friendly activities include:

  • Butterflies on the Go – Kids will have an opportunity to observe several species up-close, learn about their life cycles and may even witness them emerging from cocoons.
  • Purple Martins – See an incredible species of small migratory songbirds that have undergone an impressive 3,000-mile journey from the Brazilian Amazon to raise their families at Walt Disney World Resort.
  • Ranger Mickey and Friends – Pose for a family photo with this spectacular topiary and then find your closest neighborhood park with the help of the National Park Foundation and the National Park Service.
  • Backyard Habitat – Unearth sources of inspiration to construct your own wildlife-friendly spaces at home.
  • Nature Works Everywhere – Kids will absorb amazing tips on how to create gardens that will help their school yards filter water, provide welcoming habitats and improve soil quality.

More Gardens (for Adults to really enjoy) and Tours include:

  • Bonsai Collection – ancient art producing amazing miniature trees.
  • English Tea Garden – 20-minute guided tour (sign up) & self-guided tours.
  • Floating Mini-Gardens – petite plots drifting on the ponds.
  • Prehistoric Plants – greenery that existed when dinosaurs roamed the earth
  • Health & Healing Garden – discover ancient plants that have the ability to heal.
  • Pepper Fire Garden – the world’s hottest peppers.
  • Shakespeare Garden – can you match up famous quotes to flowers
  • EPCOT® Gardens of the World Tour – designed especially for garden enthusiasts! Three-hour tour at an $ additional cost.
  • Behind the Seeds Tour – Interact with amazing plants, insects and fish—and even see alligators. One-hour walking tour at an $ additional cost.

ORLANDO TOURIST TIP: For Annual Passholders, be sure to pick up one of three special edition prints from Disney artist Don “Ducky” Williams. They are available (while supplies last) at Innoventions West behind Club Cool. You must show a photo ID and valid annual pass or MagicBand.  One print per Passholder per month.

  • Donald Duck Print – March 2-31, 2016
  • Goofy Print – April 1-30, 2016
  • Mickey Mouse Print – May 1-30, 2016

Lighted Magical Accessories: Children will love attending at night if you purchase special accessories that light up as you travel around World Showcase. Choose from the Mickey Ear Hat, Minnie Mouse Headband, Mickey Mouse Glove and the Sorcerer Mickey Wand.


As you can read in this complete guide to the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival there is a lot going on during this featured event! It is one of the best times of the year to visit Epcot. Not only is the Orlando theme park extraordinarily beautiful, the flowers and gardens provide more things to see and do. Best of all, most of it is free!

Holy Land Experience Free Day

This year’s Holy Land Experience free day is scheduled for February 24, 2016. For one day out of the year, this Orlando theme park offers free admission into the park. They do this in order to qualify for property-tax exemption status as a religious entity under state law.

This attraction is usually less crowded than other Orlando attractions, however, on this date it will be bustling with guests. ORLANDO TOURIST TIP: Plan to arrive when the park opens at 10:00 a.m. due to possible park closures once capacity of about 2,000 has been reached (and it usually does reach capacity on Holy Land Experience free day).

Attending this park is such a unique way to experience the Bible. Not only the sights will take you over 7,000 miles away and over 2,000 years back in time, but the sounds and tastes will as well. There are shows, shopping and dining all within the theme park.

Holy Land Experience Free Day

The Holy Land Experience is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m., but is closed on Sunday and Monday. Holy Land Experience is also closed on New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. If you’d like to attend a Sunday church service, a non-denominational Christian service is offered (Trinity Christian Center) at the Theater of Life (inside the Temple building) in the center of the park. The service begins at 10:30 a.m. ORLANDO TOURIST TIP: All ages are welcome, however, they do not offer a nursery or teen/youth group.

Holy Land Experience Free Day – Save Money

If you will not be attending Holy Land Experience free day, ticket prices are $50 per adult, $35 per child (6-12) and $20 per pre-k child (3-5). If you want to see all of the shows and go through each experience thoroughly, you may want to consider a 2-day ticket ($75/$50/$35). This will allow you to see more of the theatrical presentations. ORLANDO TOURIST TIP: While all of the live entertainment is inspiring, be sure to catch “Passion of the Christ Live Drama.” It is a little lengthly, but very inspirational.

While adults may enjoy this Orlando attraction the most, there are plenty of fun things to do for kids. An entire section of the park is dedicated to youngsters called the Smile of a Child Adventure Land. In the future, a nine-hole miniature golf course will also be featured (completion date T.B.D.). Teenagers have their fun too at the JUCE Explodes Youth Center where at certain times throughout the day they can sing karaoke, participate in a praise dance-off and more.

Enjoy the Holy Land Experience free day, located just off Interstate-4 at 4655 Vineland Road, Orlando, FL 32811. For more information call 407-872-2272, or go to  holylandexperience.com. Since the day is free, why not consider a small donation while you are there? I’m sure you will feel blessed!

Complete Guide to Universal Studios Mardi Gras

The Universal Studios Mardi Gras event creates a great atmosphere to visit this Orlando theme park from February through mid-April. Add to it the theme park ticket offer of “buy a two-day ticket, get a third day for free” and you have a real good atmosphere! Plus, the free concerts help make higher attendance weekends more bearable. A two-day, two-park pass is $194.99, so make the most of your visit. Here’s how…

Discounted Theme Park Tickets

First, let’s clarify the ticket deal. The third day free is valid for residents of the U.S. and Canada. The park-to-park tickets let you go to both Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure on the same day. The ticket deal is on sale through April 12, however, April 16 is the last concert of Mardi Gras. All 3 days of your ticket purchase must be used by May 31. Good news is there are no black out dates. If you are a Florida resident only wanting to get in on the Mardi Gras event, there is an “after 5pm” ticket for $69.99 plus tax. Call 407-224-7840 to get the deal, or pay $10 more at the gate.

Best Days to Attend Universal Studios Mardi Gras

If you have the luxury of choosing the days to visit this theme park, check out the concert schedule and find the artist performing that you enjoy the most. Remember, if they are your favorite, chances are they are a favorite of many others. Use one of your 3 days on this Saturday (or Sunday). Spend the other 2 days that are included with your ticket on a day that is less busy so you can ride the popular attractions without the long lines. Once the parade starts, the attractions and rides close. ORLANDO TOURIST TIP: The least busy days of all during Mardi Gras are the first two weeks of February during week days. Crowds become heavier leading up to Spring Break the last few weeks of March and do not slow down until after mid-April.

The concert line-up for 2016 is:

  • Saturday, February 6: Hunter Hayes
  • Saturday, February 13: Diana Ross
  • Sunday, February 14: Barenaked Ladies
  • Saturday, February 20: Nate Ruess
  • Saturday, February 27: Fall Out Boy
  • Saturday, March 5: Kool & The Gang
  • Saturday, March 12: The Fray
  • Sunday, March 13: Adam Lambert
  • Saturday, March 19: Shawn Mendes
  • Sunday, March 20: 3 Doors Down
  • Saturday, March 26: REO Speedwagon
  • Saturday, April 2: T-Pain
  • Saturday, April 9: Jessie J
  • Saturday, April 16: Yandel

Universal Studios Mardi Gras Parade

Mardi Gras Parades

The Universal Studios Mardi Gras parades are held on event nights only. They usually begin at 7:45 p.m. (or earlier depending upon concert schedule) and last approximately 25 minutes. Unfortunately, if you want to see the concert, you may need to skip the parade. It isn’t uncommon for people to start lining up for the best concert viewing several hours before the concert starts. Expect the concerts to be packed. If viewing the parade is more important than the concert, the parade route allows good viewing and bead catching just about anywhere. Hollywood Blvd. and New York are great places for viewing and getting some nice photos. ORLANDO TOURIST TIP: If you have children, stay close to the Little Jester’s Parade viewing area in front of the Brown Derby Hat Shop (near the Terminator 2: 3-D attraction). In the past, this has been a parade stop with special entertainment. The area near the Music Plaza (adjacent to Despicable Me Minion Mayhem) is not as kid-friendly. Regardless of where you view the parade, an early stake-out is required to get front row viewing (at least 45 minutes prior to the parade start).

French Quarter Cuisine

Zydeco Music and Great Food

Be sure to visit the French Quarter Courtyard located in the New York area of Universal Studios Florida near Battery Park. Other performers provide music before the headliner concert and can really get you into the Mardi Gras spirit. While these artists are less-known, many come straight from The Big Easy and offer authentic zydeco music. Enjoy some New Orleans cuisine as you listen. Cajun favorites are available such as beignets, jambalaya or gumbo for about $8 to $10. ORLANDO TOURIST TIP: The Courtyard opens at 4:00 p.m.

Additional Party for Adults

If you are 21 or older and want to continue partying after the Mardi Gras concert, be sure to use your theme park ticket at CityWalk. Your admission ticket to Universal will also get you into clubs that stay open until 2:00 a.m. Stop in at Pat O’Brien’s which is CityWalk’s Mardi Gras headquarters.

Hopefully these pointers will help you get the most out of your days visiting Universal Studios Mardi Gras. It is tagged as “Florida’s Biggest Party” and not to be missed if you are one to “Laissez les bons temps rouler!” – Let the good times roll!