strategie for univeral studios

Discussion in 'Universal Studios/Islands of Adventure Forums' started by yarmy58, Jan 21, 2009.

  1. yarmy58

    yarmy58 Earning My Ears

    Jan 14, 2009
    We will be going to florida in may and we will be visiting universal one day and we want to know if anyone has got a good strategie for the park??
  2. disneyag

    disneyag DIS Veteran

    Apr 29, 2001
    Try the Universal forum on these boards. You'll get great help!
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  4. seadd67

    seadd67 DIS Veteran

    Jan 30, 2007
    Ya the fourm will give you alot of Insights:cool1: ,But we did US 2 years back on a one day fling. There two parks Ilsands of adventure and US. My suggeston plan the whole day,hit IOA right off the bat doi as many as the big rides,hulk,duleing dragons,Spiderman the Simpson, then what ever els will appeal to you. IOA Is mostly rides so you will not get tie up in to many shows.

    US, there you find just flip flop,mainly shows and easygoing rides.Because there Is mainly show It kept us longer In that park. Have to do men In black,the shreck 3d show Is funny and they have a kids only section with woodywood pecker. I know there Is more folks out there that can give you a better discription that will chime In. But enjoy as much as you can and have fun:cool1:
  5. srwarden1928

    srwarden1928 DIS Veteran

    Apr 3, 2008
    There is a strategy for universal in the book form of UG. If I were going there, I would definately use it.
  6. Brian_WDW74

    Brian_WDW74 Oh, I'm detecting nuttiness...

    Sep 22, 2006
    I've moved this thread to the Universal board. :)
  7. Metro West

    Metro West Nothing to see here...move along.

    Apr 12, 2005
    Seeing both parks for the first time in a single day is very hard to do since there is so much to do and see. But...if you only have a single day to devote to Universal, get there before opening and hit whichever park you want to do doesn't really matter...both parks are great. Check out the website and trip reports to get an idea of what each park has to offer. You don't really need a "touring plan" since Universal is much more laid back than Disney.

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