Universal Studios Florida

Experience the world of Movies and television at Universal Studios Florida, where you get to “see the stars” and “ride the movies”.

6000 Universal Boulevard,
Orlando, FL 32819
(407) 363-8000

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is there any expiration dates for Universal Studios Florida’s tickets?

Generally, any unused non-date specific tickets don’t expire. However, if the ticket is a multi-day ticket and have been used for the first day, then the ticket will expire after 14 days of the first use date.

What is the minimum age of the employees recruited for Universal Studios?

Depending on the requirement and nature of certain positions the applicant must be at least 18 years old. However, for other positions applicants who are 16 years and above are considered for recruitment.

Is Universal Studios Florida a non-smoking park?

Yes. Both the theme parks Universal Studios Florida and Islands of Adventure at Universal Orlando Resort are non-smoking area with the exception of assigned smoking areas throughout the parks, which are marked on the maps in the parks.

Are the eight themed areas the only spots to visit in Universal Studios Florida?

Actually, the eight themed areas are located around a massive lagoon, where a thematic display called Universal’s Cinematic Spectacular: “100 Years of Movie Memories” is showcased along with pyrotechnics, water works, and laser shows.

What is the best time to visit Universal Studios Florida so that the annual events may be attended?

There are annual events like “Grad Bash and Gradventure”, “Halloween Horror Nights”, “Rock the Universe”, etc.that are taking place around the year. Depending on any particular event which interests you the most, you can plan your visit around that time of the year.

Which rides at Universal Orlando are safe for pregnant women?

Each of the rides is marked with precautionary signs suggesting whether the ride is safe for children, pregnant women, or people with back and heart problems.

Is it allowed to take GoPro camera in the park and on the rides?

There is no restriction on the usage of camera in the park but any loose items must be placed in the safety boxes next to the rides when boarding it.

Is there access to high speed internet at Universal Orlando?


Do crew members from the production facility have access to the theme parks?

Tenants are permitted to have short (maximum 2 hours) of professional luncheons with business clients in the park. However tours of the parks can be managed by contacting Staff Sales Representatives.

Does the sound stage at Universal Orlando have any specific rental period?

The Sound Stages are rented on a 24 hours basis.


Universal Studios Florida is a movie and television entertainment industry inspired theme park built over 107 acres of land and is part of the Universal Orlando Resort. Opened in 1990, Universal Studios Florida aims to make visitor feel as if they are a part of the popular movies, TV series, or even music videos that inspires its attractions. They hold several special events round the year and the visitors can also experience shopping and themed dining.

The park has been designed to incorporate eight themed areas:-

  • The New York
  • The San Francisco
  • The Hollywood
  • Production Central
  • Diagon Alley/ London
  • Springfield
  • World Expo
  • Woody Woodpecker’s Kidzone

The New York:

It features the rides, “Revenge of the Mummy: The Ride”, “The Blue Brothers Show”, “Delancey Street Preview Centre”, and the soon to be unveiled, “Race through New York” Featuring Jimmy Fallon. The area also hosts a bar and grill and an Italian restaurant as well as some commercial franchise and merchandise shops.

The San Francisco:

It features Beetlejuice’s MashUp and a dining area, but is undergoing construction to transform it into “LA area”.

The Hollywood:

It is home to the rides “Universal’s Horror Make-up Show” and the “Terminator 2 3D: Battle Across Time”. Here too you have several dining options available and Terminator merchandise shops.

The Production Central:

“Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem”, “Shrek 4D”, “Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit”, “Transformers: The Ride”, and “The Universal Music Plaza Stage” are the rides at the Production Central Area, which also hosts quite a few restaurants and shops as well.

The Diagon Alley/ London:

The Diagon Alley/ London area features two rides of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter- “the Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts” and the “Hogwarts Express”. This place also features the restaurant “The Leaky Cauldron” and various “signature shops” from the Harry Potter series.

The Springfield:

The Springfield area is modeled after the town featured in the popular animated sitcom “The Simpsons” and has the “Kwik-E-Mart”, “Krusty Burger”, and “Moe’s Tavern” just like the show.

World Expo:

The World Expo area features the rides “Fear Factor Live” and “Men in Black: Alien Attack”, its other two rides “The Simpsons Ride” and“Kang &Kodos’ Twirl ‘n’ Hurl” overlaps with the Springfield area.

The Woody Woodpecker’s Kidzone:

Finally, the Woody Woodpecker’s Kidzone features the rides “Woody Woodpecker’s Nuthouse Coaster”, “Fievel’s Playland”, “E.T. Adventure”, “Curious George Goes to Town”, and “A Day in the Park with Barney” as well as stage shows featuring animal actors