Universal Orlando

This incredibly popular theme park destination, which draws approximately 11.2 million visitors annually, boasts the No. 1 movie studio theme park in the world.

The vacation adventure of a lifetime awaits at Universal Orlando® Resort, the only place on earth with two extraordinary theme parks, three world-class hotels, delectable dining opportunities and a spectacular entertainment complex that features the hottest nightlife in Central Florida – all in one convenient location!

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This incredibly popular theme park destination, which draws approximately 11.2 million visitors annually, boasts the No. 1 movie studio theme park in the world, Universal Studios Florida®, which takes guests beyond the screen and into the world of television and film to “ride the movies.” Highlights of Universal Studios Florida®, which opened in 1990, include Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit roller coaster, Revenge of the Mummy, Men in Black Alien Attack, The Simpsons Ride, Shrek 4-D, Animal Actors on Location!, E.T. Adventure, Rip Ride Rockit roller coaster, Terminator 2: 3-D Battle Across Time, Twister . . . Ride It Out and Woody Woodpecker’s KidZone. Don’t miss a performance by the renowned Blue Man Group (separate admission required).

Regular ticket prices for Universal Orlando last went up on 2/10/16. *(prices below include tax)

Ticket   Type Adults Kids (3-9)
1-Day/1-Park (Base) Ticket $111.83 $106.50
1-Day/2-Park (Park-to-Park) Ticket $165.08 $159.75
2-Day/1-Park (Base) Ticket $191.69 $181.04
2-Day/2-Park (Park-to-Park) Ticket $244.94 $234.29
3-Day/1-Park (Base) Ticket $202.34 $191.69
3-Day/2-Park (Park-to-Park) Ticket $255.59 $244.94
4-Day/1-Park (Base) Ticket $212.99 $202.34
4-Day/2-Park (Park-to-Park) Ticket $266.24 $255.59
Power Annual Pass (New)^ $255.59 $255.59
Power Annual Pass (Renewal)^ $198.08 $198.08
Preferred Annual Pass (New)^^ $356.76 $356.76
Preferred Annual Pass (Renewal)^^ $276.89 $276.89
Premier Annual Pass (New)^^^ $511.19 $511.19
Premier Annual Pass (Renewal)^^^ $410.01 $410.01

 

Adjacent to Universal Studios Florida® lies Islands of Adventure, which opened in 1999 and features six uniquely themed islands full of cutting-edge attractions – Seuss Landing, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Jurassic Park, Toon Lagoon, The Lost Continent and Marvel Super Hero Island. Highlights of Universal’s Islands of Adventure® include Incredible Hulk Coaster, The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man, Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey, Dragon Challenge, The Cat in the Hat, Doctor Doom’s Fearfall, Dudley Do-Right’s Ripsaw Falls, The Eighth Voyage of Sindbad, Jurassic Park River Adventure, Popeye & Bluto’s Bilge-Rat Barges and Jurassic Park Discovery Center.

Universal Orlando® is ideally located on Kirkman Road, just off Interstate 4 (Exit 74B). Hours are seasonal; call ahead before visiting Universal Orlando® Resort.

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