For theme parks, please make following as reference:
Disney Epcot Center
Epcot consists of two themed areas, Future World and World Showcase. Future World features attractions that focus on energy, communication, the land and our environment, the ocean, imagination, transportation and space exploration. Centered around a beautiful reflective lagoon is Epcot's "World Showcase".
Disney Magic Kingdom
The Magic Kingdom is divided into five distinct areas (lands), arranged in a spoke-like formation, all meeting at the top of Main Street USA right in front of Cinderella Castle. The five lands consist of Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Frontierland, Liberty Square and Adventureland. Each land is themed to its appropriate title and maintaining that theme is paramount to the parks operation.
Disney Animal Kingdom
At a cost of nearly $1 Billion to complete, Animal Kingdom was an expensive theme park. Animal Kingdom's 500 acres are home to some 1700 animals representing 250 different species throughout the park. A ride on the Kilimanjaro Safari will give you a chance to see many of them as they take you through the African Savannah. It's important to appreciate Animal Kingdom for what it is - do that, and you'll have a very enjoyable time in this very unique park.
Disney Hollywood Studios
Disney's Hollywood Studios is a mixed bag when it comes to attractions for little kids. There's the "Voyage of the Little Mermaid", "Playhouse Disney-Live On Stage", "Jim Henson's Muppet Vision 3-D" and the aforementioned "Beauty and the Beast", "Toy Story Mania" as well as the 'Honey I Shrunk the Kids" Playground. There are also a ton of character meet and greets.
J.F.K. Space Center
The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is home to a number of museums, two IMAX theatres, and a range of bus tours allowing visitors a closer look at various restricted areas that would otherwise not be possible. The observation gantry provides unobstructed views of both launch pads and all of Kennedy Space Center property. Two theaters allow the visitor to relive parts of the Apollo program.
Universal Studios Florida was the first of Universal's theme parks to open in Orlando back in 1990. The Studios' most recent additions is the seasonal show Universal 360, an all-new laser and pyrotechnics show featuring four 30-foot tall globes using internal projection to showcase clips from over 150 famous Hollywood films; Fear Factor Live, based on the NBC hit show; Revenge of the Mummy, billed as a psychological thrill ride 3000 years in the making; Shrek 4-D in OgreVision; and Jimmy Neutron's Nicktoon Blast.
Island of Adventure
Island of Adventure is divided into 5 distinct areas, each offering some of the best attractions in Orlando. There are the amazing adventures of spider-man; the Incredible Hulk Coaster, the Dr. Doom's Fearfall and the Storm Force Accelatron are in "Marvel Super Hero Island" area. There are plenty of activities for kids here, especially the One Fish Two Fish attraction, and the Carou-Seuss-el.
At SeaWorld Orlando, the resident animals are more than just photo - they're the main attraction. Submerge yourself in the murky, underwater world of the endangered Florida manatee. Walk through frozen tundra as penguins and puffins cavort above, below and beside you.
Wet'n Wild, Orlando's most exciting waterpark, offers the best variety of multi-passenger tube rides. Hypnotizing thrills await as you and your friends encounter a splashing dose of group therapy on Brain Wash, Wet'n Wild's newest water thrill adventure. Wet'n Wild is America's "Must See Waterpark".
Busch Garden in Tampa Bay Florida is a one-of-a-kind theme park. You'll find thrills for the adventure seekers, exotic flora and fauna for the observer, and delightful shows for the young and young at heart. With some of the world's most innovative roller coasters and rides, Busch Gardens is sure to please the Adventure junkie.
Disney Blizzard Beach
It is one of 2 Water Parks in Walt Disney World Resort, features one of the world's tallest and fastest free-falling waterslides, as well as slides and rides for the whole family - like a kid-sized, snow-castle fountain play area with scaled-down versions of the more thrilling attractions. It was at this moment the slushy, slippery slopes became an exhilarating Water Park with a ski theme.
Disney's Typhoon Lagoon
This is one of 2 Water Parks in Walt Disney World Resort, features attractions for the whole family-from fast waterslides to a children's area with pint-sized raft rides. Catch 6-foot waves in the Surf Pool and snorkel Shark Reef - with real sharks! According to Disney legend, Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park was created in the wake of the storm-of-storms.
Bus leaves Orlando at about 7:00pm and drop off between 10:30pm to midnight.