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This vast complex houses two theme parks (Universal Studios, for movie rides, and Islands of Adventure, for thrills), an entertainment/nightlife complex (CityWalk) and a variety of hotels. You can buy passes for admission to the parks or just visit...more
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This was a great experience. There were things to do for all of the age kids we had along. We had 5 kids, ages 5 to 12 years old. If you are looking to get on a bunch of rides the Fastpass may seem like...More
3 years in a row doing HHN and if you want to experience the houses, you must budget for express passes. It’s ridiculously expensive and I understand that a lot of families can’t spring that much cash. The wait times are 60-90 mins on a...More
Star Wars is here and the live shows they do are always good to watch. Kids can get Jedi training and the ride is good. When the new area opens next year it will be amazing. Lots more in the park to keep you busy....More
Pros: Refillable souvenir cups - I love the fact you can purchase these unlike other amusement parks because you are able to stay hydrated the entire time you are in the park without constantly purchasing overpriced drinks. The drink selection provided by coke is huge,...More
Once again Halloween Horror Nights was a huge disappointment.
Not worth the money. I saw little kids who couldn't be 5 to 6 years old not scared one bit! It's basically a glorified Mickey's not so scary Halloween!! Just saying!!
My family spent half of a day at Universal Studios. Our group was two adults and our 19 year old and 6 year old sons. Since we had a young one in our group we had some restrictions on which rides he could participate on....More
I recently went to Halloween Horror Night for the 1st time and as a Annual Pass Holder, I can say me or my fiancé were not thrilled at all! $142 on tickets and with us having to work tomorrow, we’re only able to do one...More
Universal is our go to place in Orlando for theme park, family fun. Our favorite, Harry Potter, of course. For a pleasant surprise, eat at the Taco Truck by the Simpsons ride. My favorite, the steak tacos! I suggest that you stay at one of...More
Today I spent about 10 hours in one of the the best Theme parks in the world.
When I arrived parking was organized and easy, before I knew it I was exchanging my voucher for my 1 Day 2 park pass, I chose to buy...More
Response from UOGuestServices | Property representative |
In order to experience the Hogwarts Express you must have a Park-to-Park Ticket. Base tickets, which allow you to visit only one park per day, do not include admission to the Hogwarts Express. I apologize for any... More
In order to experience the Hogwarts Express you must have a Park-to-Park Ticket. Base tickets, which allow you to visit only one park per day, do not include admission to the Hogwarts Express. I apologize for any frustration! To see if your ticket is able to be upgraded to a Park-to-Park Ticket please visit any Guest Services location upon arrival. We look forward to your visit!
Response from JennTraveler | Reviewed this property |
I'll just add, that the port is not in Orlando, Orlando is in the middle of the state. The ship probably comes in at Cape Canaveral?? Not sure. Make sure you will actually have 6 hours inside of the park. It will take you 2... More
I'll just add, that the port is not in Orlando, Orlando is in the middle of the state. The ship probably comes in at Cape Canaveral?? Not sure. Make sure you will actually have 6 hours inside of the park. It will take you 2 hours just to get from Cape Canaveral to Orlando probably. The ride is just over an hour to Universal from the Cape, but you have to allow for more time when you are a bus full of people. The bus will be able to let you off closer to the Universal gate than you parking a car, if the bus is going directly to Universal.