Fun ways to “virtually” visit your favorite theme parks without the hefty price tag. Watch these virtual theme park rides to bring the magic into your home for FREE.
Amusement parks are a family favorite destination.
In fact, theme parks are the most popular vacation spots because they provide a place dedicated for fun for the whole family.
Currently, most theme parks are closed due to social distancing, but it doesn’t mean your family can’t still experience the fun.
Thanks to the internet we can pretty much experience anything right from the comfort of our home.
Watching POV (point of view) videos can let you experience the ride as if you are really riding it.
Of course, it’s not the same thrill, but it will do in a pinch.
Virtually watching theme park rides isn’t something new but it can be an experience all on it’s own.
Think of it as letting your kids experience the theme park for free! That’s every frugal mom’s dream, right!
So if your kids are going stir-crazy from being stuck in the house, let them watch these videos that can virtually take them to Disney World, Universal Studios, Busch Gardens and more.
MOM HACK: Turn off the lights and let your kids watch these videos on your T.V. with a fan blowing on high.
15 Virtual Theme Park Rides Kids Will Love
1. Splash Mountain – Disneyland
2. Haunted Mansion – Disneyland
3. Hogwarts Express – Universal Studios
4. The Beast Roller-Coaster – Kings Island
5. The Slinky Dog Coaster – Walt Disney World
6. Frozen Ever After – Walt Disney World
7. Radiator Springs Racers – Disneyland
8. Test Track – Walt Disney World
9. It’s A Small World – Walt Disney World
10. Jurassic Park – Universal Studios
11. Alpine Coaster – Smoky Mountains
12. Space Mountain – Walt Disney World
13. Soarin’ – Walt Disney World
14. Journey To Atlantis – SeaWorld
15. Escape From Pompeii – Busch Gardens Williamsburg
Fun and Frugal Ways To Keep Kids Entertained At Home
For more fun and frugal things for kids, check out this list of 101 Free Activities For Kids.
If your kids are wanting some more guilt-free screen-time, check out this list of awesome educational YouTube channels.
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What is your family’s favorite “virtual” theme park ride? PLEASE let me know in the comments 🙂