No vacation to Walt Disney World is complete without taking a trip to Orlando’s Universal Studios. While both parks are completely different, both offer the best themed rides, awesome attractions and entertaining shows.
In fact, Universal Studios is another themed park besides Magic Kingdom where visitors don’t mind the long lines.
To save time and give relief to your wallet, visitors should purchase a multi-day pass to Universal Studios as that will ensure them 2 days to see everything there’s to see.
Note: The following attractions are termed as the best, but least known.
The Amazing Adventures of Spider Man
Location: Marvel Super Hero
Island at Islands of Adventure
Attraction Type: 3D and 4D Virtual Reality Ride
First debuting in 1999, this attraction made use of then revolutionary technology that helped to blur the line between reality and virtual. Now this amazing and astonishing hybrid attraction makes use of ride-film style 3D projected scenes in a high-definition 4D movie element and other high tech mechanisms that take passengers into Marvel’s comic book world.
Jurassic Park River Adventure
Location: Islands of Adventure
Attraction Type: Water Ride
Let’s cut right to the chase: Jurassic Park River Adventure is one epic water ride! Plus the one in Florida is even better since people don’t mind walking around semi-wet due to the warmer climate. The ride shares a similar storyline to the movie which guarantees spectacular entertainment and chills like never before.
With the same fantastic soundtrack booming around, 20 people seated on a boat pass by dinosaurs (some of which spit water!) and enter the dangerous raptor enclosure. The best part of this awesome water ride? You get to scream throughout the incredible downhill splash!
Revenge of the Mummy
Location: Universal Studios Florida
Attraction Type: Roller Coaster Ride
This ride is for all those who don’t scare easy therefore skip it if you or anyone in the group has a weak heart (or is a kid). Revenge of the Mummy is considered Universal’s best work to date (after Diagon Alley) and we can see why. As the name suggests, this high-speed roller coaster ride has a very scary mummy theme which will put the scariest haunted house to shame.
Note: This indoor roller coaster ride is very dark; therefore, people can have some trouble adjusting their eyesight.
Visiting Orlando on business but also want to make time for entertainment? Get tickets at discounted rates to Universal Studios as well as other attractions in Orlando!