Universal Orlando is a great place to take kids and adults of all ages, but there are certainly a few unique challenges to taking your young children. Check out these 10 tips that will give you the tools and peace of mind you need to make the most of your trip.
The first step is to stop by Guest Services and get your “I’m Celebrating!” button. They’ll write your name and anniversary on it so everyone knows you’re celebrating. You’ll get guests and employees alike wishing you a happy anniversary.
Sometimes you have to spend money to save money, and that is often the case with the Universal Meal Deal. You pay one price and get unlimited dining at numerous counter service restaurants throughout the parks. You can choose the deal for a single park, or for a few bucks more, you’ll get it for both parks.
Universal Studios Florida is well known for extending the Mardi Gras season far beyond its usual span. In New Orleans, the parade floats have been put into storage, and the last beads have long since been scooped up off the pavement. At Universal, a dozen floats still roll out every Saturday night, and they’ll continue […]
Universal Orlando Resort is made up of two theme parks, Universal Studios Orlando and Islands of Adventure. Each park has its own ambiance, but both cater to families and offer attractions geared to every age group. If you have young children, you might be wondering which is the best park. That’s a hard question […]
One of the best things about visiting Universal Orlando Resort in March is that Mardi Gras may be officially over in the rest of the country, but it continues on select nights throughout the entire month at Universal Studios Florida. You might do a double take and wonder if you hopped aboard the wrong plane […]
Orlando is a great spot for thrill-seekers because it’s home to seven theme parks. You’ve got four parks at Walt Disney World, plus SeaWorld Orlando, Universal Studios Florida, and Islands of Adventure. What are the ten best thrill rides in Orlando? Here’s a list: 1) Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey (Islands of Adventure): This […]
Christmas week, New Year’s Eve and Day, Spring Break — each of these holiday days or events pack thousands of extra guests into the Orlando theme parks. If you have scheduled your Orlando vacation for one of these time periods, be prepared for delays, and even closures. What do these big crowds mean to you? […]
If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about how Universal Orlando pulls together some of its fantastic rides, events and character performances, stop by the Orange County Regional History Center this winter. You’ll be treated to an exhibition entitled “The Serious Art of Make Believe”, which details much of Universal Orlando’s rich 20 year history […]
If thrills and chills are a highly anticipated part of your Orlando vacation, make visiting each of these headlining attractions a priority. Each of these rides has a height restriction, and these are not ideal for expectant mothers or those with health issues–but if you’re over 48″ tall and healthy, then get in line for […]