Thu, Nov 10, 2011
Fantasy Of Flight Features Planes, Boats & Cars
Fantasy of Flight, an attraction in Central Florida based on the
extensive and meticulously restored aircraft collection of Kermit
Weeks, has announced its Fifth Annual Roar n' Soar, described as a
signature two-day racing extravaganza showcasing the finest classic
racing machines ever built for land, sea or air.
The All-American-themed, family event includes aerial
demonstrations including precision flights featuring a Grumman
Duck, a P51-C and a T-6 Texan. Also featured are classic car slalom
competitions, exhibition fly-bys from sleek vintage race boats, an
aerial "dog fight" by powered paragliders, and a sports showcase
featuring skilled motocross riders. There's also a classic boat
show and regatta, and classic car show for those seeking something
a little tamer.
Special "Kid's Crew" children's activities are offered as part
of the event. Kids can try their hand at flying their own hot air
balloons and hang gliding simulators in Fantasy of Flight's "Fun
Roar n' Soar will be held this Saturday and Sunday from 1000 to
1700 EST, with gates open at 0900. Fantasy of Flight is located
midway between Orlando and Tampa. Guests can save by receiving one
free child's admission for kids between the ages of 6 and 12 with
each paid adult ticket.
Get more details on Fantasy of Flight and Roar n' Soar using the
FMI links below.
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