Universal Studios Top Attractions
Ages 7 and Up
Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts. Getting into the vault at Gringotts Bank can be a challenge, but it’s also a first-class adventure thanks to technology similar to that of The Transformers and IOA’s Spider-Man and Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey.
Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit. On this superwild coaster, you select the sound track.
MEN IN BLACK: Alien Attack. The "world's first ride-through video game" gives you a chance to compete for points by plugging away at an endless swarm of aliens.
Revenge of the Mummy. It's a jarring, rocketing indoor coaster that takes you past scary mummies and billowing balls of fire (really).
Shrek 4-D. The 3-D film with sensory effects picks up where the original film left off—and adds some creepy extras in the process.
The Simpsons Ride. It puts you in the heart of Springfield on a wild-and-crazy virtual-reality experience.
Transformers: The Ride 3-D. Universal Studios’ version of IOA’s fantastic Spider-Man experience, but this one features a rough-and-tumble encounter with the mechanical stars of the film franchise.
Universal Orlando’s Horror Make-Up Show. This sometimes gross, often raunchy, but always entertaining demonstration merges the best of stand-up comedy with creepy effects.
Ages 6 and Under
Animal Actors on Location! It's a perfect family show starring a menagerie of animals whose unusually high IQs are surpassed only by their cuteness and cuddle-ability.
Curious George Goes to Town. The celebrated simian visits the Man with the Yellow Hat in a small-scale water park.
A Day in the Park with Barney. Young children love the big purple dinosaur and the chance to sing along.
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