Universal Studios is one of the oldest movie studios in the world but when visiting the studios there is little chance to see a movie being filmed or even meeting a big star. The theme park is one of the top attractions. There are thrill rides and live-action shows that are being held daily.
There is a movie tour that lasts around an hour. Jimmy Fallon of the Tonight Show narrates the tour. A person will sit in a tram car and take a tour of some famous movie sites. They will even get to pass by the Bates Motel. On the tour, they will also need to survive floods, attacks from sharks, and an earthquake. At the end of the ride, there is King Kong in 3D. To some, it may sound silly but it is a lot of fun.
The Wizarding World of the Harry Potter series is a huge hit. A person can get on the Flight of the Hippogriff roller coaster and then go on a 3D Forbidden Journey. There are wizard equipment to use and flavored beans. A person can enjoy a glass of butterbeer at the Three Broomsticks eatery.
This park is also home to Jurassic World where there is a ride through the jungle and there are plenty of dinos along the way. The Revenge of the Mummy roller coaster is thrilling and reaches speeds up to 45 miles an hour. The Simpson has a ride that will take the guests to Springfield. There is the Transformers 3D ride for three seekers. Children love the 3D Despicable Me Minion Mayhem attraction.
To beat the crowds during the summer months the Universal Experience Pass is starting at $179. This allows guests to skip the line. The deluxe VIP experience begins at $349 which coves parking and a meal. There are height requirements for some ride. Online purchases for tickets usually allow a guest to get some discounts.
There are foods and even adult beverages for purchase such as margaritas. There is the Universal City Walk which takes a look at restaurants, shops, and other entertainment. If a person leaves a park they should get their hand stamped for re-entry. General parking is $25 per day.