At Universal Studios Orlando Fl, there are in fact two theme parks, there is ‘Universal Studios’ and ‘Universal’s Island of Adventure’.
Why Universal Studios?
This place is full of adventure, with loads of rides to choose from, you’ll be busy all day long.
For the kids, check out ‘Krustyland’ from the Simpsons, or take them to meet some well known TV characters such as the Rug Rats and SpongeBob SquarePants.
Did you know that Universal Studios Orlando Fl, is in fact a real working film and TV production facility?
As a result there is a number of shows that will take you behind the scenes of the movie making process, such a great experience, especially for school aged children.
If you are heading to Universal’s Island of Adventure check out Seuss Landing, this great area has rides such as ‘One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish’. Then there is Marvel Super Hero Island, and Jurassic Park for those that love dinosaurs.
The great thing about Universal Orlando is the option to stay at the resort and have the whole experience at your fingertips.
You can dine out at the Universal City Walk which hosts 30 acres and 50 choices when it comes to dining and nightlife.
And you never know, whilst you’re out for dinner you might be surprised by a guest appearance from any number of famous characters, just imagine the look on your kids' faces.
This is definitely an experience that will be remembered.
Just the fact that this resort is set up like a whole world of its own, is what makes it so special, you can shop, dine, party and experience the theme parks without stepping outside of Universal Orlando Resort.
The whole family is bound to enjoy the Despicable Me rides and features, but there's even more for the adults to enjoy.
There are behind the scenes looks at special effects, and classic TV features such as the tribute to Lucy, all about Lucille Ball's wonderful career.
And many of the rides are just as much fun for adults as they are for kids.
Be sure to watch for seasonal attractions, too. For example, at this time of year there is a Halloween Horror Nights attraction you won't want to miss!
There is so much to see and do at the Universal Studios resort, we recommend that you make this a vacation on its own, however if this is not an option it is definitely still worth a day or more out of your vacation plans. Deciding exactly what to do will be your biggest challenge.
Location: 6000 Universal Boulevard
Orlando, FL 32819
Theme park opening times vary throughout the year and we recommend visiting their website for more information.