Fly Non-Stop From Orlando To These U.S. Destinations For Under $200 Per Person

With cheap airfare* non-stop from Orlando, flying the whole family to these destinations can fit your budget. Take a week or a weekend and introduce your kids to our great nation’s domestic hot spots from sea to shining sea.

Orlando has plenty of non-stop destinations and we’ve rounded up the best domestic places to fly from Orlando, non-stop, with kids.

*Prices are based on a Google Flights search for a 1-week trip in the next 6 months. Prices vary during holidays and peak season.

You can also browse destinations with International non-stop flights from Orlando that are good for kids.

Domestic places to fly from Orlando, non-stop

Orlando to Boston

“One if by land, two if by sea” is one of those common phrases we all grew up learning about, but do your kids know where it came from? Walk the freedom trail in Boston and re-discover the amazing stories and sights that led America to freedom.

Flight Cost: $98 pp
Travel Time: 3 hrs 5 min
Airlines: Spirit, JetBlue, Delta

What To Do With Kids:

Orlando to Washington D.C.

Flying in DCA, visitors are smack in the middle of the metro line that will connect you all over the city. Here’s some must-see sites.

Flight Cost: $88 pp
Travel Time: 2 hrs 15 min
Airlines: JetBlue, American, Southwest

What To Do With Kids:

  • The Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum continues to be one of the best and favorite of the free museums along the National Mall for kids
  • Prepare for a big day of walking at the Smithsonian’s FREE National Zoo – the park is huge and an uphill walk from the metro station.
  • Browse the shops and restaurants in posh Georgetown
  • Enjoy bricklined King Street in Alexandria, full of historic taverns, quaint boutiques and a convenient water taxi that connects to Georgetown’s marina and the National Harbor across the Potomac.
  • Browse hip and artistic Eastern Market, especially on the weekends
  • Take a tour or catch a show at Ford’s Theatre, where President Lincoln was shot

Orlando to Nashville

This town needs no introduction, it’s all about the music.

Flight Cost: $47 pp
Travel Time: 2 hrs 5 min
Airlines: Spirit, Frontier, Southwest, Allegiant (from Sanford)

What To Do With Kids:

Nashville along the river
Nashville along the river F11 Photo Getty Images

Orlando to St. Louis

Flying under the radar as a typical vacation destination, St. Louis offers quite a bit for a weekend getaway with kids.

Flight Cost: $128 pp
Travel Time: 2 hrs 26 min
Airlines: Frontier, Spirit, Southwest

What To Do With Kids:

Orlando to San Francisco

San Francisco has long been an icon of American TV shows like Full House, and is infamous for kicking off a historic counterculture at Haight Ashbury in the ‘60s. But beyond the wild range of posh to downright weird, San Francisco boasts a tremendous amount of family-friendly activities that everyone can enjoy.

Flight Cost: $198 pp
Travel Time: 5 hrs 40 min
Airlines: Frontier, Alaska, United

San Francisco skyline at sunset
San Francisco credit RudyBuloskow Getty Images

What To Do With Kids:

  • Have sourdough bread bowl chowder at Fisherman’s Wharf
  • See the sea lions at Pier 39
  • Go to the farmer’s market at the Ferry Plaza
  • Step into the past and tour infamous Alcatraz prison
  • See some massive ancient redwood trees at Muir Woods
  • Take the ferry to Sausalito for lunch and enjoy views of Golden Gate Bridge
  • Get a dim sum lunch in Chinatown followed by a visit to the Golden Gate Fortune Cookie Factory
  • Nosh on chocolate at Ghirardelli Square

Orlando to Las Vegas

For a town called “Sin City”, most parents don’t even consider this on their travel planning list, but they should. Aside from the stunning hotels and attractions in town, Las Vegas offers incredible bucket-list day trips for families within an hour’s drive!

Flight Cost: $134 pp
Travel Time: 4 hrs 55 min
Airlines: Spirit, Frontier

What To Do With Kids: 

  • Open every day of the year, the Valley of Fire is a 45 minute drive from the strip and offers visitors the opportunity to get up close to ancient petroglyphs, dinosaur bones and amazing natural wave formations in the rock.
  • The Neon Museum is a spectacle by day, but all the old retired signs really dazzle at night
  • Like Orlando’s Medieval Times, the Tournament of Kings show at the Excalibur Hotel is a fun feast for all
  • Check out a ghost town in nearby El Dorado, and arrange a mine tour in advance
  • See Boulder City for a dose of old west flair
  • Hoover Dam offers free self-guided tours, power plant tours and guided in-depth tours
  • Visit the Grand Canyon’s west rim
  • Take the Lake Mead boat cruise
  • Go shopping at the outlet malls
  • Visit France, Italy, Egypt and more (inside the hotels, of course!)

Orlando to San Diego

With beautiful coast lines, powerful Naval history and vibrant neighborhoods, San Diego is a treat for all.

Flight Cost: $158 pp
Travel Time: 4 hrs 55 min
Airlines: Frontier, Alaska
What To Do With Kids:

  • Listen to the seals at stunning La Jolla cove
  • See the USS Midway Museum
  • Don’t miss the iconic San Diego Zoo
  • Overlook the ocean with a snack and drink at the luxurious Coronado Hotel
  • Experience vibrant Old Town San Diego’s Mexican influences
  • Shop, stroll and eat at the beautiful Seaport Village
Gaslamp Quarter San Diego
Gaslamp Quarter San Diego ReDunn Lev Getty Images

Orlando to Denver

Be sure to rent a car and head into the mountains for this quintessential American getaway.

Flight Cost: $138 pp
Travel Time: 3 hrs 57 min
Airlines: Frontier, United, Southwest

What To Do With Kids:

Orlando to San Antonio

Doused in rich Spanish colonial history, San Antonio is a cultural hotspot blending hispanic and Texan roots. And the best thing? Most of the hot spots are FREE to visit.

Flight Cost: $106 pp
Travel Time: 2 hrs 40 min
Airlines: Southwest

What To Do With Kids:

With prices so low for airfare, it’s important for us to not only enrich our children’s understanding of our nation, but to show them first hand. Let them see the melting pot of generations of families that have come together to build America. Let them eat BBQ in St. Louis, see Spanish colonialism in Texas, listen to sea lions bark in California, and explore the underground world in our cave systems.

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