Universal Orlando Resort Preview — Week of September 23

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Tomorrow is the first official day of fall. Even though the temperatures have yet to drop in Central Florida, the crowd levels have certainly dropped at Universal! It’s a great week to visit, so let’s see what’s in store.

Weekly Crowd Level

Things are looking pretty even and easy at the parks this week. Detailed crowd level information can be found here.

Weekly Weather Report

Mid-week is looking good, but still warm. Check out the latest weather forecast here.

Weekly Park Hours and Admission

 

Looking for a good scare? Head to Universal Studios on Saturday, Sunday, or Friday for Halloween Horror Nights.

CityWalk is open until 2am daily, and self parking is free after 6pm.

Single-day park tickets will be at Value pricing all week. One-day base tickets to Universal Studios or Islands of Adventure will run you $110 per adult, and $105 per child (plus tax). 2-Park 1-Day tickets are $165 per adult and $160 per child (plus tax). A one-day ticket for Volcano Bay will be $67 per adult and $62 per child (plus tax).

Notable Highlights

There’s only a few weeks left to enjoy Terminator 2: 3-D before it closes on October 8.

Universal’s Cinematic Spectacular – 100 Years of Movie Memories is set to reopen on October 1.

Craving some yummy and silly fun to start your day? Seats are still available for Superstar Character Breakfast! The breakfast is held on Saturday, Thursday, and Friday from 9-11am at Cafe La Bamba at Universal Studios.

Let us know if you are headed out for some fun! See you next week!

Heather Keller, Storybook Destinations

If it's vacation, it's for Heather! When she is not on vacation (usually someplace with a big Mouse) or planning her own vacations, she is helping clients plan their own trips as a travel agent with Storybook Destinations. See the theme? She is lucky to have a husband that accepts her travel addiction, and two daughters who are already following in her wanderlust footsteps. Heather can be reached at Heather@StorybookDestinations.com

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