Universal Studios Florida
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- 98%Family Travelers
- 65%Adventure Travelers
- 60%Nightlife Lovers
- 59%Outdoor Enthusiasts
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- Universal Studios FloridaMember ofGreen TravelersLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 4May 03, 2013
I've been to Universal Studio in California couple times and I prefer the one in Orlando.It's bigger than the one in California.I love the terminator show and I love just walking around the studio especially in the area where there is a lake
- Universal Studios FloridaMember ofGreen TravelersLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 6Feb 02, 2014
I've gone to visit Universal Studios on my trips to Orlando. It's fun but side by side with Disney there really is no comparison. I liked the park but Disney is so much more magical and memorable!Recommended for:
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- Universal Studios FloridaJun 18, 2014
Roller Coasters (Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit, Revenge of the Mummy), Simulators (Simpsons, Despicable Me Minion Mayhem, Transformers 3D), Kids Attractions (E.T., Barney, Woody Woodpecker Roller Coaster), and the new Harry Potter´s Diagon Alley.
- Universal Studios FloridaApr 14, 2014
We were very impressed by the high tech used in the 4D rides in Universal studios. Some of our bests are The Simpsons and Transformer. Our kids love Shrek 4D. We didn't get to try the new Minion ride since there were such long lines at the time and we just couldn't stand in the heat with 2 young kids for over 90 minutes.
Food here is fantastic. The big donuts are our favorite. There are also Dr. Seuss land for young kids where my kids loved. They met the Cat in the Hat, Thing 1 and Thing 2 and many other characters from Dr. Seuss's books. I gave it a 4 star because it's more geared for older kids.Recommended for:
- Universal Studios FloridaMar 03, 2014
Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure parks are a "do not miss" area of Central Florida. A great place for young and older family members. Your teenagers will have a great time also. This Theme Park is in two parks so plan a day for each part. The Universal Studios side has great rides, show and stores.
We also went to the Halloween nights and had a great time amongst the zombies and other un-worldly creatures roaming the area.Recommended for:
- Universal Studios FloridaMember ofLocal CultureBusiness TravelersFamily TravelersFoodiesJun 27, 2014
We like this better than Disney, but only just. So much to do and a great day out.
Will take you 25-30 minutes to drive from the villa depending on the time of day. If traffic looks heavy when you leave head across to the Mall at Millennia or onto Sand Lake Road through Doc Phillips for a meal and to let the traffic die down.
- Universal Studios FloridaMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFamily Travelers+ 4May 23, 2014
This park definitely has a different vibe than Disney and would probably be better for kids who feel they've outgrown the Magic Kingdom. That said, I've only been once and wasn't itching to go back.Recommended for:
- Universal Studios FloridaMay 23, 2014
Getting better, but still not in our must do list. Lots of 4D rides, which if you get motion sickness, this isn't the park for you.
We do love the MIB, ET and the Mummy rides. Can't wait to see the new Transformer ride on our next trip.Recommended for:
- Universal Studios FloridaSep 13, 2013
Pretty boring compared to Islands of Adventure next door. You only need to spend half a day here before you get bored. The only good ride was The Mummy. Most other rides were aimed at children. But if you're into behind the scenes, making movies etc then you might enjoy Universal Studios.Recommended for: