The Production Central area of Universal Studios Florida lies near the main entrance of the theme park – adjacent to Hollywood and New York. Highlights of Production Central include the new, state-of-the-art Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit roller coaster; Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem, an exciting motion simulated ride that magically transports you through a 3-D universe; and Shrek 4-D, which features state-of-the-art 4-D and amazing special effects. Production Central was also the former home of Nickelodeon Studios.

In addition, Production Central features dining opportunities such as Bone Chillersand Universal Studios Classic Monster Café, as well as a host of specialty shops that include It’s a Wrap, Nickelodeon Kiosk, NICKSTUFF (Nicktoon merchandise), On Location, Shrek’s Ye Olde Souvenir Shoppe, Studio Sweets and Universal Studios Store.

Production Central
Hollywood Rip, Ride, Rockit
Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem
Shrek 4-D

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New Halloween Marathon of Mayhem Lagoon Show Coming to HHN 2019

This year’s Halloween Horror Nights event at Universal Orlando will feature an all-new lagoon show. “Halloween Marathon of Mayhem” will transform the lagoon into a spectacle of neon and synth, featuring iconic moments from top horror films, cult classics, and TV shows. The New New Halloween Marathon of Mayhem Lagoon Show Coming to HHN 2019 is going to be AWESOME! — …

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TripAdvisor Names Top 25 Amusement Parks in the World

The top spot in the travel website’s just-released 2019 Travelers’ Choice list of top 25 amusement parks in the world, for the fifth year in a row, went to Universal’s Islands of Adventure in Orlando, Florida, and its sister park, Universal Studios Florida, came in third. In between the two was Magic Kingdom Park at Disney World. TripAdvisor names top 25 …

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Universal Orlando announces $15 per hour pay

Universal Orlando just announced the addition of their newest theme park, Universal’s Epic Universe. Tom Williams, Chairman and CEO Universal Parks & Resorts, also announced the company will be raising its minimum base rate of pay to $15 per hour.  Williams continued, saying: “We care deeply about our Team Members…And so by the time of park opening (of Universal’s …

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Universal Orlando’s Cinematic Celebration Night Show

Universal Orlando’s Cinematic Celebration is the brand new lagoon show blends water and state-of-the-art technologies to create spectacular new special effects. The show combines an all-new storyline with full panoramic multi-layer water screens accented by pyrotechnics. The new 19-minute-long Universal Orlando’s Cinematic Celebration will include several of the properties that already inhabit Universal Studios Florida, whether that be as an attraction or as a …

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Universal Orlando announces July 4th celebrations

From July 4th–6th, Universal Studios Florida will feature special entertainment to celebrate Independence Day. The Music Plaza will feature award-winning DJ M-Squared spinning top hits along with a live performance by the high-energy band, Raydio. Make sure you have your camera ready—stilt walkers and your favorite Universal characters will be dancing right alongside you. The celebration starts at 5 p.m. at the …

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