I was recently able to get an early look at Volcano Bay along with some other journalists ahead of the parks official grand opening on May 25th.
Runner-Up : Revenge of the Mummy, i have always loved this ride.So we had to be strategic in our planning to hit up all the things we wanted to do while being mindful of the peak times of day when everything was going to be super crowded and also keeping in mind we had a seven.And butterbeer, all the butterbeer.Step 5: Avoid going to the parks on the weekends.During my visit, I got to ride nearly all the rides, sample the food and drinks, and talk with the people who made Volcano Bay a reality to get the skinny on this exciting addition to Universal Orlando Resort.The Wizarding World of Harry Potter Diagon Alley brings even more of Harry Potters adventures to life at Universal Orlando Resort.The rides are worth the wait, though if the line at Ollivanders is super long, Id suggest skipping itits a fun thing to do if you can get in and out; otherwise, I say move on (or try your luck at the wand shop.Related: How to create a foolproof budget for any trip.
Using the Single Rider line was very useful for us since we didnt have the Fast Pass.
Most people usually stay for a week in Orlando and buy a Multi-Day Park admission pass which gives them a few days to visit the parks.When we got to Universal Studios at 9:00am, we went straight to the back of the park to start the day with The Mummy ride.However, the original racing moto 3d game Hogsmeade still holds so much magic for me, and I could easily spend hours here, checking out every intricate detail and drinking my weight in butterbeer.What It Costs 147 for a one-day park-to-park adult pass or 102 for a one-park pass 36 for lunch for two 17 for general parking or 22 for preferred parking 60 for two-park / 50 for one-park Express Pass (note: this is on top.Overall, it was a great day and in the evening we were able to head back to Universal Studios to catch the parade and ride a few rides a second time around.Of course having early access to the park is beneficial, but we had regular tickets and found that we didnt need early access to make the most of our day at the two parks.(Note: If youre prone to motion sickness, definitely pop a Bonine before this ride!).We went on Tuesday, July 1st and while it was busy, it was very manageable to see both Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure in one day.