Grand opening of Race Through New York Staring Jimmy Fallon at Universal Orlando

Published date on October 28, 2015

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During The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, it was announced that a Tonight Show attraction is making its way to Universal Orlando in 2017.

“Race Through New York Starring Jimmy Fallon” will be a 3D ride where, according to the Universal Orlando Blog, “you will get the full Tonight Show experience as you make your way to the fabled Studio 6B for a very special taping in which Jimmy challenges his studio audience to the ultimate race through the greatest city on earth.”

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The attraction technology will help guests zoom through the streets and skies of New York City. Rumors suggest the ride system will be similar to Soarin’ at Epcot. “You’ll rocket through the streets—and skies—of New York City, from the deepest subway tunnels to the tallest skyscrapers, encountering colorful characters, famous landmarks and anything else that comes to Jimmy’s mind … ”

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The attraction will be taking the place of Twister…Ride It Out. The last day to see the Twister attraction will be this Sunday, Nov. 1 as it will close for good on Nov. 2, 2015. Stay tuned to our blog as more details are revealed on this new attraction.

 

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