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Whether you are a local or just visiting, there are tons of things to do with kids in Orlando during spring break! The theme parks all have special festivals going on and there are lots of museum exhibits to check out. We’ve got loads of suggestions from indoor playgrounds to park activities that the kids will love. Scroll through and let us plan your Orlando spring break for you!
1. Head to Epcot for the 27th Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival where you can enjoy creative dishes and libations offered at the festival’s Outdoor Kitchens to the fan-favorite artists who’ll perform during the Garden Rocks Concert Series.
2. Head to Mike Kirby Park to watch the soap box races and take a look at some youtube videos to make your own!
3. The Orlando Repertory Theatre is putting on a performance of Pete the Cat and it's a great show for all ages.
4. Bring your bullet journal to Tildenville Marketplace for this weekly nature and art journalling workshop.
5. Head to the Crayola Experience for a day filled with art.
7. The Mall at Millenia is hosting a bunny brunch so get your cuties ready and head over for some amazing photo opps.
8. Kids are free at the Peanut Butter Matinee series and this month's show is Freaky Friday.
9. When everyone has had a little too much electronics time, head to Outer Limitz Trampoline and get the group jumping!
10. The Orlando Science Center has interactive exhibits for every age and kids will especially love the new Top Secret: License to Spy exhibit.
11. Cheer on your knight at everyone's favorite dinner theater, Medieval Times.
12. Celebrate Mardi Gras at Universal Orlando Resort with nightly parades, outrageous street performers and live music.
13. Head to your local library for story time, crafts and even kid-friendly yoga.
14. SeaWorld's Seven Seas Food Festival is the place to be to try unique cuisine from around the globe.
15. Get amazed at what they can make out of chocolate with a visit to the Chocolate Museum.
16. All aboard! Little railfans will love a visit to the Central Florida Railroad Museum where there's a history lesson around every turn.
17. Spring break is the perfect time to visit a new farmer's market and check out their kid-friendly offerings like yoga classes.