Friday, March 18, 2022

Seven days of spring fun with ICON Park’s Play Pass

Spend spring enjoying seven world-class attractions, dining discounts, shopping specials

Grab the kids and swing into spring! For moms and dads looking for some family fun, ICON Park has the answer – The Play Pass.

Skip the overcrowded, expensive theme parks and instead enjoy all the best thrills, tastes and action of the Orlando Entertainment District with the ICON Park Play Pass. For just $74.99 per pass, guests can unlock access to top attractions, dining discounts, shopping specials and more.

Guests with the ICON Park Play Pass will receive one-time entry to seven world-class attractions, including:

·         The Wheel at ICON Park

·         Museum of Illusions Orlando

·         Madame Tussauds Orlando

·         SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium

·         Pearl Express Train

·         7D Dark Ride Adventure

·         $5 play card at In The Game ICON Park

 Along with the thrills, Play Pass holders receive up to 20 percent off at favorite eateries the whole family will love such as Gordon Ramsay’s Fish & Chips, Blake Shelton’s Ole Red, Sloppy Joe’s, Tin Roof, Tapa Toro, Sugar Factory, Shake Shack and more. While the kiddos are having a blast, parents can get access to exclusive all-day happy hours at The Wheelhouse Bar, The Lawn Bar and The Sky Bar. No trip is complete without a souvenir, so the all-access pass even offers up to 25 percent off at retailers including Build-A-Bear, Breathe, Sunglass Boutique and The Wheelhouse Gift Shop.

The ICON Park Play Pass is valid for 30 days after purchase, meaning guests can use it on their on time and schedule. You can have all the fun in one day, spread it over all seven days of spring break or come back throughout the month to keep the vacation going!

ICON Park is at the center of the new Orlando Entertainment District. Conveniently located near I-4, Universal Boulevard and the Beachline, this premiere entertainment complex is easy to access and offers free parking for any Central Florida resident or Orlando tourist.

To learn more about ICON Park, visit