Central Florida theme parks, attractions closed due to coronavirus concerns

Some attractions remain open

ORLANDO, Fla. – Theme parks and attractions across Central Florida have announced closures as a precaution against the coronavirus.

Seaworld will close Sunday and stay closed until the end of the month along with Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, Adventure Island, SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatica and Discovery Cove.

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Walt Disney World will be closed through the end of March, starting Monday.

Universal Orlando Resort, Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure will close at the end of business hours on Sunday. The hotels and the CityWalk attraction will remain open.

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Legoland will close Monday through the end of the month.

Gatorland is closing Tuesday night and will offer virtual visits starting March 18. A reopening date has not been determined.

Kennedy Space Center will close March 16 until further notice, which includes tour buses, restaurants and the Apollo/Saturn V center. KSC will be sanitized before it is reopened to the public. Date-specific admission tickets will be refunded while unexpired daily admission tickets will still be honored.

Bok Tower Gardens will close Friday and will not reopen April 3.

Medieval Times is closed effective March 16.

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All Crayola Experience locations will temporarily shut down at the close of business Friday and reopen in two weeks.

Apopka Wildlife Drive will close Friday and remain closed until further notice.

Wild Florida has suspended all of its experiences except the drive-thru safari.

The Wheel at ICON Park, Madame Tussauds Orlando & SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium will close March 22.

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Gatorland has decided it too will close its doors until further notice.

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