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With its behind-the-scenes studio tour and movie-themed rides, Universal Studios Florida is a "must-see" attraction for families visiting Orlando and staying at our property.

The park opened in 1990, and was re-vamped during 2000/2001 as Islands of Adventure was completed and opened. It's now taken its rightful place as one of the top3 attractions in the area - and should stay that way!

The Studios are not just a theme park. They are real, working studios, producing commercials, television shows and movies, as well as doing pre and post-production work on other shows.

Make sure you take the time out of your day to see some of the word by visiting the Production Central area of Universal Studios.

To take a tour and find out more about each of the attractions, shows and rides at Universal Studios, simply click on the menu on the left. It's broken down into the 6 main areas of the Studios, and you can click on any of the features listed in the sub-menus to see more details.

Universal Studios - Ride the Movies is open 365 days of the year, typically from 9:00am. Closing times vary depending on the season - but are typically from 6:00pm. Of course, Universal CityWalk stays open till late - so you can always stay after the day at the park and enjoy a meal, a movie, some live music or a drink.

Tips for Guests
Whatever else you do - make sure that you get a Universal Express Pass when you come to either of the Universal Parks.

We suggest that you arrive as early as possible, use the valet parking, rush to the gate, and then run around (anti-clockwise) to Back to the Future first! That way, you'll beat all the waiting in line at this fabulous ride, and you can spend the rest of the day exploring (it worked for us). Other favorites are the Men in Black ride and Terminator 2 3D - who are we kidding - ALL the rides here are stupendous!

Universal Studios is well laid out as far as access goes, especially for those guests that need to use Wheelchairs. Generally the aisles and pathways are plenty wide enough to accommodate any of the electric mobility vehicles that can be rented within the park.

One final tip...we recommend that you take the extra expense for the valet parking. It's a lot closer to the entrance, and will save your (doubtless!) aching feet at the end of the day!

Guests should take Hwy 192 to the I-4 interchange and take the I-4 Eastbound toward Orlando. Exit at junction 30A (Universal Blvd) and take a left and follow signs to Universal.

Ample parking is available for all vehicles. Parking is chargeable at $7.00 per car. If you want to avoid the walk (long) from the car-parks, we recommend that you use the valet parking facility at $14.00 per vehicle.

Contact Details
Universal Studios - Ride the Movies
1000 Universal Studios Plaza
Orlando, FL 32819

Tel: (407) 363-8000
Web: Universal Studios

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