It’s another beautiful sunny day here at the Universal Orlando Resort. Looks like it’s going to be busy too. So let’s go ahead and head to Universal Studios Florida first.
There was a lot of traffic with people waiting to park. Luckily there were no queues at security so we got into CityWalk with ease.
Just another afternoon in Diagon Alley. If you can get to the parks early, you’ll have a much more enjoyable experience in the wizarding world. Bring your patience if you go late afternoon during spring break!
Casting spells is much easier with smaller crowds.
There is even a line for the telephone.
Two new songs have been added to the list of secret songs for Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit. You can consult our full secret song list guide here.
The next stop for the day is Universal’s Islands of Adventure. Is that Dennis Nedry over there?
The Jurassic Park Discovery Center is truly a hidden gem. The crew members here are always interacting with the guests and that adds a lot to the experience here at Jurassic Park.
Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure line often begins in the Lost Continent. Save yourself the extra walking and be sure to look for signs with arrows and crew members at the entrance.
Crew members help control the flow of traffic at the intersection of the Hogwarts Express and the line for Hagrid.
Is the correct way to get out of the queue to step over the chains or crawl under them? Trick question. Neither is the correct way to navigate a queue.
This kid is building core memory.
It’s time to get out of here.
the the toppings bar is back at Burger Digs After two years.
Additional seating has been set up in this shaded area near Pizza Predattoria. This is very necessary and much appreciated on busy days. We like to see Universal taking extra steps to manage crowds. Additional food and beverage carts are also installed at all parks.
That’s it for this visit to the Universal Orlando Resort. Thank you for following us in the parks today. Be sure to stay tuned to Universal Parks News Today for more updates.