With the arrival of Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios, there is no better time to visit the SoCal park. Visiting Universal Studios Hollywood is an incredible experience. Likewise, with a bit of extra preparation, you’ll be navigating the park like a pro! Check out our tips now to ensure that nothing slows down your fun-filled day at Universal Studios Hollywood.
Planning Your Visit
Tickets for Universal Studios start at $109 for General Admission and go up to $349 for a VIP Experience. For those hoping to beat the lines in the Mushroom Kingdom, Universal Studios is offering Early Park Admission for Nintendo World. The pass gets you in one hour early before the park opens to the general public. Of course, the new addition to the park won’t officially open until February 17. Children under the age of two receive free admission. Just make sure that little ones meet the required height for particular rides – it’s time for family fun at its best!
Once you have arrived at Universal Studios
Make sure to beat the crowd and maximize your fun at Universal Studios Hollywood! Get there early for a chance to experience all of its unique attractions. From exploring Harry Potter’s magical world, delving into Nintendo-themed adventures, or catching an unparalleled show – there’s something exciting waiting around every corner! Make planning even easier with their helpful app that provides ride wait times, restaurant locations, and so much more. Plus, you can stay connected while adventuring through the park; complimentary WiFi is available throughout!
Tips on Rides and Shows
Looking for a quick and easy way to ride without splitting up from your group? Single Riders Line is the solution! Plus, did you know that with their “child switch” program, adults can take turns waiting in line, so everyone gets to experience all the attractions?! But when it comes to Ollivanders Wand Shop – you won’t need an express pass because no one ever does. This line quickly builds early on as kids and parents alike pick out magical wands of their own, so they’re ready to cast spells throughout Wizarding World. If you visit Universal Studios, make sure to catch The Studio Tour! Guests will get to see some of the most iconic movies that have been filmed, like JAWS and Psycho. In addition to that, you’ll also get to experience King Kong 360-3D and a ride-along tour with the cast of Fast & The Furious, a hyper-realistic journey with a crazy car chase adventure.
Where to Dine in Universal Studios
Get a taste of Britain without having to cross the pond! Gather up your friends and experience a magical meal at The Three Broomsticks in Wizarding World, where you can enjoy Fish & Chips, Beef Sunday Roast, Shepherd’s Pie—and even “The Great Feast” for larger groups. Or head over to Springfield, U.S.A., full of restaurants from beloved TV show favorites that will have everyone grinning with delight! Looking for something Mario and Luigi approved? The highly anticipated Toadstool Cafe offers a range of dishes that you won’t want to miss.