Doubling up as both a theme park and production studio, Universal Studios Florida is an amazing day out. First opening in 1990 as part of the Universal Orlando Resort, the theme park was designed to amaze. Appealing to families and holidaymakers it became very popular and still remains strong today. The movie and TV themed park is one of the top six most visited theme parks. Hence the reason why, Universal Studios Florida sees hundreds of thousands of visitors daily. Worthy of a full day visit at least. Featuring cutting edge technology and world famous attractions makes Universal studios an awesome family day out. Trinket shops and concession stands are found everywhere. The park is large and therefore divided up between eight separate regions. All eight regions have a diverse range of attractions as well as rides and gift shops too. Dining experiences are featured throughout most regions. Visit Universal Studios and take in a live show.
Regions of Universal Studios Florida
Vast in size and packed with plenty of things to do, the eight regions are always busy. Each region houses it’s own unique and diverse attractions and rides. As well as family dining opportunities throughout each of the regions, there are also, shopping opportunities as well as family shows too. Characters are often parading or meeting the public, so be on the lookout. Firstly, there is Hollywood, which houses some major rides and fabulous family dining areas too. Next is New York, which is home to the famous Revenge of the Mummy attraction. Production Central has rides and attractions as well as dining and shopping. San Francisco is great for shopping and dining out. Springfield: Home of the Simpsons is family fun at it’s best too. The Wizarding World of Harry Potter – Diagon Alley is just fabulous! The children have Woody Woodpeckers KidZone for all manner of younger children’s entertainment. And lastly, World Expo is perfect for catching a show or too. Follow the links to look in more detail at what each region has to offer. The easy to follow guide to theme parks has the latest information, opening times as well as ride restrictions and extra charges included.
Springfield: Home of the Simpsons
The Wizarding world of Harry Potter – Diagon Alley
Woody Woodpecker’s Kidzone