What has been dubbed Florida’s tallest launch coaster now has an opening date.
Tigris, a 150-foot-tall triple-launch steel coaster, will open at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay on April 19.
“Tigris will catapul... Read More
Less than a year after its last name change, the 40-story-tall observation wheel along International Drive is again adopting a new moniker: The Wheel.
It’s the fourth name overall for the structure. When it op... Read More
A new filing with the Federal Aviation Administration has revealed just how tall Busch Gardens Tampa Bay’s recently announced hybrid coaster will be when it opens in 2020.
Promoted as the fastest and steepes... Read More
Looking to cement its status as Central Florida’s top destination for roller coaster fans for its 60th anniversary, Busch Gardens Tampa Bay announced it is building the world’s fastest and steepest wood and ste... Read More
The nonprofit organizers of the Citrus Bowl, Florida Citrus Sports, has announced a five-year partnership with local theme park chain Fun Spot America to make it the official theme park for its bowl games and C... Read More
Florida’s tallest launch coaster, Tigris, is set to open this spring at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay after the park announced the final sections of the track have been put in place.
The 150-foot-tall tiger-themed ... Read More
The Orange County Convention Center will be the first stop this summer for a “traveling theme park” centered around Microsoft’s Halo video game franchise.
Called Halo: Outpost Discovery, the event will include... Read More
It’s a new dawn for Orlando Rising.
Since May 2018, I’ve been this site’s tourism reporter, covering everything that makes Orlando such a great vacation destination. I can now add site owner to my business c... Read More
SeaWorld Orlando has announced the initial slate of concerts for its Seven Seas Food Festival, which runs from Feb. 9 through May 5.
While this year’s festival will include some Friday evening activities begi... Read More
A proposed $46.5 million overhaul to Disney’s cruise terminals got a stamp of approval from the Port Canaveral Authority Board of Commissioners Wednesday.
The bulk of the money, $39.6 million, would be used to... Read More