In July, Universal Orlando announced the cancellation of Halloween Horror Nights 2020, but this coming weekend (Sept 18-20), guests will be able to try two of the houses that would’ve appeared at HHN2020.
Universal Orlando announced yesterday they will be temporarily closing two of their resorts as the park continues to make adjustments due to COVID-19.
Universal Orlando is now offering a special “Buy a Day” ticket option for Florida residents, and it’s a great deal!
The big question that has been looming since Universal Orlando re-opened to the public last month has finally been answered: there will be no Halloween Horror Nights for 2020.
Universal Orlando made the announcement this morning via posts on its Facebook and Twitter accounts:
Yesterday I told you how Walt Disney World closed a loophole in park safety that allowed guests to walk around without a mandated face cover. Now it seems Universal Orlando has also closed that loophole.
Here is the latest Central Florida foodie and dining news to report on, including new restaurants, a closings, menu changes, and much more.
Here is the news you need to know this week:
Universal Orlando has announced June 30th as the grand opening for its newest attraction, The Bourne Stuntacular, and they’re celebrating with an online sneak peek tonight (June 29).
After a few days of team member and passholder previews, Universal Orlando is opening its three parks to the public today, June 5.
Thanks to Angie at UniversalParents.com, we have photos of the safety measures and signage you can expect to find as you enjoy Universal Studios Florida, Islands of Adventure, Volcano Bay, and CityWalk.
This afternoon, the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force received a Universal Orlando reopening proposal from John Sprouls, executive VP of Universal Parks & Resorts.
According to the proposal, Universal Orlando is targeting June 5 as the date it would like to fully reopen the parks to the public.
With Florida’s Phase 1 reopening plans, Orlando restaurants are allowed to reopen their doors for dine-in at 25% capacity, and these are the ones that have let us know their dining rooms are open.
It goes without saying to follow proper distancing and safety guidelines, and if you don’t feel comfortable sitting at a restaurant yet, many of these venues also offer take-out. Oh, and tip your servers well.
Due to the Coronavirus, there have been a lot of Orlando and Central Florida Closures, Postponements, and Cancellations. I’ve been posting some to our social media, but decided to create this reference page that will list every one of those changes, as we discover them.
Whether you’re Irish or just feeling like you are this time of the year, there are a lot of ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in the Orlando area that are more than just green beer.
But don’t worry if you don’t have plans…I’ve got you covered!
Here are CitySurfing Orlando’s 2020 picks for celebrating St. Patrick’s Day:
The TODAY Show is returning to Orlando, and will broadcast live from Universal Orlando on February 28, 2020.
For the first time, all four hours of TODAY – from the morning headline news to Hoda and Jenna – will air live from inside the TODAY Show Café inside of Universal Studios Florida park.
Confisco Grille inside of Universal Orlando’s Islands of Adventure has a new globally-inspired menu courtesy of the park’s new Executive Chef, Jason Glus.
Located at the Port of Entry, Confisco Grille first opened in 1999 with the park. It’s about time for a menu refresh.
Universal Orlando will kick off Mardi Gras 2020 on February 1, and it will run daily through April 2 with authentic Cajun-style cuisine, an incredible nightly parade, and live concerts from some of the biggest names in music.