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Universal Reveal Details About Super Nintendo World At Universal Epic Universe

Universal Epic Universe, Universal’s fourth theme park in Orlando, is set to open in 2025 and will consist of five different unique worlds: Celestial Park, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter – Ministry of Magic, Dark Universe (based on the classic Universal Monsters), How to Train Your Dragon – Isle of Berk and SUPER NINTENDO WORLD.

Guests will enter Super Nintendo World through a portal from Celestial Park and take an escalator up into the land. You’ll first step into Super Mario Land and you’ll want to look at everything, in every direction, all at once. Everything in SUPER NINTENDO WORLD feels alive — because so much of it is constantly in motion. You’ll pop into the land outside of Peach’s Castle.

Super Mario Land

Mario Kart: Bowser’s Challenge
Wind your way through Bowser’s Castle and join Team Mario on the racetrack to defeat Team Bowser in this interactive ride. Just like in the Mario Kart games, you’ll collect coins and throw shells, all while driving through courses underwater and in the clouds. The attraction employs special goggles— just look at your target, press the button on the steering to toss a shell.

Height Requirement: Mario Kart: Bowser’s Challenge 42″ (107cm) Continue reading


Universal Orlando Reveal More Details for Universal Epic Universe

One of the the five worlds found in Epic Universe, How to Train Your Dragon – Isle of Berk is a larger-than-life Viking village featuring five exhilarating attractions, dragon meet-and-greets (anyone ready to take a pic with Toothless?) and opportunities to dine and shop like a Viking.

This world is where the How to Train Your Dragon stories come to life.

See Details Here : Details Revealed About How to Train Your Dragon – Isle of Berk


Universal Orlando Release Details of Epic Universe

The creative team behind Universal Epic Universe introduces details about this amazing new theme park, opening 2025 at Universal Orlando Resort.

Universal Epic Universe will offer an entirely new level of experiences that will forever redefine theme park entertainment. Guests will venture beyond their wildest imagination, traveling into beloved stories and through vibrant lands on adventures where the journey is as astounding as the destination. The new location will feature over 50 unique compelling experiences with a theme park, an entertainment centre, hotels, shops, restaurants and more.

The first instalment of a new video series presents an overview of Epic Universe along with the reveal of each of the five astonishing worlds which make up the park.

Epic Universe is Universal Orlando Resort’s fourth theme park, built on 750 acres of land, just a few miles from Universal Studios Florida, Universal Islands of Adventure and Universal Volcano Bay. This new offering will transport guests to expansive, vivid worlds filled with awe-inspiring attractions, entertainment, hotels, dining and more. Continue reading


Theme Park Timeline

Do you want to know what has changed since your last visit to the Florida Theme Parks, or are you curious when something opened or closed at Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando or SeaWorld Parks and Resorts? If so, the DIBB has you covered.

If you would like to see what has changed since the last time you visited Florida, simply click the link below  to see a timeline of the Florida theme parks. Scroll down to the time of your last visit and work your way back up to the top of the page. You can also narrow it down to specific parks such as ‘Magic Kingdom’,  ‘Universal Studios’, ‘SeaWorld’, etc.

Theme Park TimelineClick HERE https://www.thedibb.co.uk/forums/timeline.php

 


Orlando, Florida, Theme Park and Attraction Closures

To keep theme park rides and attractions up to date and operating safely, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance and refurbishments take place all year round.

You can find the latest updates and closures for the Orlando, Florida theme parks Here:- https://www.thedibb.co.uk/forums/Theme-Park-Refurbishments-Attraction-Closures-p-571.html