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The Best Family Memberships in Orlando

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Discover the joy of Central Florida with top-notch annual passes and memberships to Orlando’s coolest local spots. Packed with exclusive perks and freebies, these memberships turn family outings into unforgettable adventures. Check out our list of the best family memberships in Orlando and level up your PLAY!

Editor’s Note: Keep in mind that promotions and events may be subject to change, so it’s always a good idea to get the most up-to-date information from the official source by clicking on the links provided in the article.

Learn Together

Discover the benefits of the Orlando Science Center’s Family & Grandparent Memberships, available at just $189 per year. Ideal for families passionate about learning together and interactive experiences, these memberships offer a range of perks: free admission to KidsTown, access to four floors of exhibits, themed days and special events, plus first dibs and the deepest discounts on camps, birthday parties, Science Store gifts and 4Roots Café. Plus, members also receive four complimentary passes to share with friends and an exclusive preview of the new Life exhibit (before it opens to the public later this Spring)! The new Life exhibit, the largest project in the Science Center’s history, will feature 300 animals to help tell a story of nature and conservation, inspiring people to become better stewards of the world they share with these creatures. 

Get a whole year of wild adventures with Central Florida Zoo’s Annual Pass. There are two tiers to the family pass. For $125, the Family Pass is for two adults and up to six children. For $185, the Premier Family Pass is for four adults and up to six children. Annual Passes include free admission during normal operating hours, first in line for tickets for special events (such as Asian Lantern Festival), discounts at the gift shop and more! Families who travel can really make the most of this pass because it’s good at over 150 zoos and aquariums across the country!

Family Membership at Orange County Regional History Center means unlimited access for two adults and up to six children for only $65 per year—but that’s just the start of the money-saving perks. Members also get four hours of free parking on each visit plus discounts on the History Center’s events and camps. This Orlando museum membership gives you plenty of opportunity to experience the new hands-on interactives at the History Center.

Drop-and-Shop

O2B Kids Family Membership offers unlimited access to the Play Village (O2B Kids’ amazing indoor playground and café) for children aged 0 to 13, along with hundreds of enrichment classes covering everything from art and tech to gymnastics and dance. Additionally, members receive two hours of drop-off care every day for their children aged 6 to 13. Check out O2B Kids Family Membership locations in Oviedo and Altamonte Springs.

Being an IKEA Family Member is free! The best benefit is $20 off your purchase of $150 or more when you first sign up. The second-best benefit is that you get a free cup of coffee or tea every time you visit. Plus, receive invites to exclusive IKEA Family Member workshops and events like Bingo and Adult Craft Time, and daily restaurant deals (Monday–Friday). PLAY Tip: The Orlando stores’ supervised play area where parents can drop their child off for free, is scheduled to reopen in Spring 2024. Sign up for these exclusive perks for families in Orlando here.

Break a Sweat

The Genesis Orlando Sportsplex membership gives you access to all your fitness needs; meanwhile, kids get free rein of the ultimate Kids Club, a 15,000 square foot fun zone for ages 0-11. The supervised area includes sports, crafts and video games! Members can enjoy up to two hours a day of care, while parents enjoy their workout! Additionally, when school is out families get discounts on Mighty Camps, with options for kids aged 3–15.

Dive into the aquatic world of Goldfish Swim School, making a splash in Winter Park and Winter Garden. These indoor swimming facilities requires a $25 annual membership, serving as the gateway to a world of water wonders. Choose between different class options with low student-to-teacher ratios, that offer a fun learning experience for infants, toddlers and children aged 4 months to 12 years. Beyond the swim school, it’s a destination for excitement, offering birthday parties for members. PLAY Tip: Contact Goldfish Swim School to get the Family Swim schedule; it’s a great way to dip your toes into this exciting opportunity for little water enthusiasts!

Being a member at YMCA of Central Florida means having a one-stop shop for your family’s child care, after-school activities, sports, student mentoring, camps, and of course, self-care. The best part: there are over 20 locations in Central Florida, so there is bound to be one near you. 

The Orlando Paintball Annual Membership offers various levels of discounts for families who love playing together! Try the 3-month BRONZE membership, providing 50% off admission and air, 20% off rentals, and 10% off paintballs and merchandise. The most popular option is the PAINT membership for $74.95, allowing you to purchase top grade paintballs at a substantial 25% discount—translating to only $48.75 for a case of 2,000 or $14.63 for a bag of 500 paintballs. This membership pays for itself in just a few visits.

Orlando Watersports Complex might just be one of Orlando’s biggest hidden gems. This place is brimming with adventure, offering a fantastic time for families. From a floating inflatable obstacle course and Dockside Grill to wakeboarding, water skiing, and kneeboarding lessons, it’s packed with PLAY. Orlando families can choose from one-month, six-month, or an annual membership, providing unlimited access to the cable system that pulls riders around the lake and a 20% discount on merchandise and food.

Nona Adventure Park offers three Season Pass options, allowing Orlando families to ride the waves of excitement all the way through December of 2024! The Bronze Pass includes unlimited access the Adventure Park, their inflatable floating obstacle course, for $189. The Silver Pass offers additional unlimited wakeboarding access for $389. The Platinum Pass includes all that, plus unlimited equipment rental, a 20% discount on cabanas, a 10% discount at the restaurant and for birthday parties, exclusive members-only hours at the park and access to special events, all for $539.

Do you have a little one and are you looking for a go-to spot to spend the day playing in a fun, safe environment? If so, check out the membership program at Kidiverse. For only $59.99 per month, families receive unlimited open play visits, priority entry, discounts on birthday party packages, free classes & events and complimentary socks. Save an additional 30% when you pay for a year in advance.

Join the Moo Crew with a monthly membership to Millie Moo’s for endless activities with their VIP Unlimited Membership program for $55. This play cafe provides parents a place to enjoy delicious food, pastries and coffee while their little ones go on an adventure in the large play area filled with motorized cars, slides, a pirate ship and an interactive dance floor.

Kiddie Culture

At the Orlando Family Stage, there are multiple Family Memberships available, ranging from $50 to $125 per year per household. With these memberships, families can enjoy outstanding live theater performances specifically created for young viewers. This Orlando family membership includes the first pick of seats, access to reserved seating in the first three rows, and discounts on parties, concessions, merchandise and other event ticket purchases, including Baby & Me and Story Stroll.

There is plenty to do at Orlando Museum of Art all year round, and Dual/Family Membership, priced at only $100, provides unlimited free admission for two adults and up to four children. This benefit extends not just at OMA but also at 100+ other Southeastern museums. Additionally, members receive exclusive invites and free entry to member events, $5 off admission for guests, as well as discounts on youth educational programs and in the Shop OMA.

Create and PLAY 

The Crayola Experience Annual Pass value is insane. For only $38.99 per person, just a few dollars more than the price of a single-day admission, annual pass holders get free admission for a year, plus first access to special events. These Orlando family passes even get a 20% discount on food, parties and merchandise!

Nature Play

Explore Harry P. Leu Gardens’ amazing botanical oasis year-round with the Household Membership. This membership offers complimentary admission for two adults and children up to age 17, guest passes, advance notice and reduced pricing on programs and special events — all for $75 a year. This ensures you won’t miss out on fun events like Exhibits, Family Exploration Day, Family Movie Night, Story Time and Dog Day. Plus, enjoy an invite to the member-only hour during their Annual Plant Sale. Additionally, your family will benefit from reciprocal privileges at 350+ gardens.
 

Make it easier for your family to enjoy the outdoors by purchasing a Florida State Parks Family Annual Pass for $120 a year. This pass includes park entry for up to eight people entering as a group, except at Ellie Schiller Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park and Weeki Wachee Springs State Park, where the family pass is valid for admission of up to two people. Additionally, it provides a 33% discount at Skyway Fishing Pier State Park. Here are a few Florida State Parks we love: Wekiwa Springs State Park, Rainbow Springs State Park, Sebastian Inlet State Park, Big Talbot Island State Park, and Bahia Honda State Park.

Embark on a year of excitement and family fun with these incredible memberships for Central Florida families. Don’t miss out on creating lasting memories—level up your family’s PLAYtime with the best family memberships Orlando has to offer!

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