Hurricane Ian slammed down on Florida, keep an eye on this page to see how it affected the area’s theme parks and attractions. This article is no longer being updated as Central Florida’s major theme parks and attractions have returned to normal operation.
Tampa International Airport
The Tampa International Airport has resumed normal operations.
Orlando International Airport
The Orlando International Airport has resumed normal operations.
Here are the current updates for Central Florida’s parks and attractions.
Walt Disney World Resort
All four Walt Disney World theme parks, as well as Disney Springs, are back to normal operation.
Universal Orlando Resort
The Universal Orlando Resort is back to normal operation. Some damage to the parks did occur.
SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatica and Discovery Cove are back to normal operation.
Busch Gardens Tampa Bay
Busch Gardens Tampa Bay is back to normal operation.
The Legoland Florida Theme Park and Peppa Pig Theme Park are back to normal operation.For now, Legoland Water Park and the Legoland Beach Retreat hotel will remain temporarily closed.
Fun Spot Orlando/Kissimmee
Fun Spot Orlando and Fun Spot Kissimmee have both re-opened and resumed normal operations.
ZooTampa has resumed normal operations.
Museum of Science and Industry, Tampa Bay
MOSI has resumed normal operations.
Clearwater Marine Aquarium
The Clearwater Marine Aquarium has resumed normal operations.
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex has resumed normal operations.
Icon Park and The Wheel
ICON Park and The Wheel have resumed normal operations.
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