Disney World Is More Expensive Than Ever, Go Here Instead

Disney World is more expensive than ever. A family vacation to Walt Disney World is no longer affordable for many families, and Disney loyalists have taken note.

Fortunately, Walt Disney World is not the only option for theme park fun. Here are several regional theme parks that are considerably more affordable and perhaps even more fun than Disney-themed parks.

Silver Dollar City, Branson Missouri

1880s-themed theme park Silver Dollar City is situated atop one of Missouri’s deepest caves and offers more than 40 exhilarating rides & attractions.

Dollywood, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

The resort has on-site playgrounds, storytelling, a game room, and camp DW- fun summer-filled themes and activities to keep their imagination running wild.

Six Flags offers more than just thrilling rides. Many theme parks now remain open with weekend hours through the holiday season.

Six Flags, Many Locations

Many Six Flags locations have Halloween-themed events, and most offer special badges or buttons that little kids can wear to let the costumed employees know not to frighten these little ghouls.

At Neli’s Dutch Village, you will find a traditional hand-painted carousel, swing ride, pedal cars, and a Ferris Wheel.

Neli’s Dutch Village, Holland, Michigan

In Conclusion

Instead of spending Uncle Scrooge’s money bin at Walt Disney World, consider visiting one of these regional amusement parks. You’ll save quite a bit of money and have just as much fun.

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