Whether you are looking for a family getaway or fun with friends, Universal Orlando is just the place. The park is themed around our much beloved movies and TV shows. With tons of attractions and features inspired by these shows and movies, you can help but find yourself in awe at the elaborate manifestations as they come to life off the silver screen and outside of our living rooms, but where do you begin? Pristine Agency invites you to come with us as we take a closer look at this iconic destination and what makes it a destination you won’t want to miss.
Universal Orlando sees as many as 6 million guests annually which places it as one of the top ten most visited parks in the US. The park has two major components, the themed areas that include rides, as well as a studio tour. The studio tour has many exhibits that portray the elaborate detail of the special effects that are featured in films. These special effects are displayed throughout with a riding tram tour through the studio area. You will find standalone elaborate displays to the frighteningly real feel of what it’s like to be attacked by Jaws. Hopefully the music gives you a heads up of the impending attack.
The park offers six themed areas that are all situated around a lagoon. The six themed areas that are located around the lagoon include Production Central, New York, San Francisco, World Expo, Woody Woodpecker’s Kidzone, and Hollywood. Each of the individually themed areas has their own rides and attractions. Each area also has its own character appearances, dining areas, and stores full of merchandise that pertains to that specific theme. In other words, don’t be surprised when you go home with plenty of souvenirs to remind you of your trip.
You can visit Universal Orlando any time, as its open 365 days a year. They offer day passes for adults and children, and ticket deals can be found by combining multiple days and other parks. Get ready for fun filled adventures from morning until night with this larger than life theme park. Your love for these movie and TV themes will only abound as you see them in a different brighter bigger light.