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.
Volcano Bay will be opening this spring, and Universal Orlando has revealed the story behind its new immersive water theme park.
This week Universal Orlando revealed new details on Volcano Bay, scheduled to open in summer 2017. It is described as a water theme park, and it will span 28 acres next to the Cabana Bay Resort.
Volcano Bay will offer 18 unique attractions across four primary areas of the park themed with Polynesian influences . These will include:
Universal Orlando announced this morning that after 40 years of keeping Orlando cool, Wet ‘n Wild water park will be closing on December 31, 2016.
In an announcement on it’s blog, Universal stated:
Universal Orlando has just been on a roll with new attraction announcements and experiences, but this morning (May 28), they formally announced plans for their first water park, called Volcano Bay.
Volcano Bay’s setting is picture-perfect tropical islands formed by a massive volcano, hence the name. Universal Orlando says it will feature radically-innovative attractions and peaceful moments of relaxation in a way that they feel will change the way guests think about water theme parks.