The Universal Orlando Parks are set to reopen next on June 5.
Universal Orlando Resort is the first amusement park in Orlando to reopen with Universal CityWalk.
We understand we have a great deal of excited Universal Orlando fans! We wanted to share some of the new standards for checking out Universal Orlando and a few of the extra safety preventative measures Universal is carrying out to keep you safe.
Universal Orlando Reopening Dates:
June 1: Open to staff member for a dry run June 3-4: Open to annual passholders and welcomed guests June 5: Open to public
Hours of Operation:
These are the tentative hours of operations at the parks. They undergo change.
Universal Studios Florida: 9 AM-6 PM
Universals Islands of Adventure: 9 AM-6 PM
Universals Volcano Bay: 10 AM– 5 PM
Universal CityWalk Orlando: 8 AM– 10 PM
Universal Orlando Safety Precautions:
Visitors and staff member will be required to use masks
Temperature level checks will be performed upon going into CityWalk; visitors with a temperature level of 100.4 degrees or greater will not have the ability to get in
Handled and minimized daily park presence
Handled and reduced tourist attraction ridership, show participation and dining establishment seating. Some events and locations may stay closed for now.
Increased cleansing and disinfection of food locations, ride vehicles, toilets and other regular “touch points” that surpass Universals already aggressive cleaning procedures
Social distancing practices at all places through the parks, within queues and attractions and at restaurants
Usage of virtual lines at select tourist attractions
Cashless payments and “no touch” policies where possible
Additional Universal Orlando Details:
Universals Resort are a crucial part of the visitor experience. Reopening strategies are being completed and details will be shared soon.
Mobile Food & & Drink Ordering will be available for choose locations in the parks and Universal CityWalk as UOR works to make contactless alternatives offered for visitors. Mobile Food & & Drink Ordering and available venues can be accessed through the Official Universal Orlando Resort App.
Select destinations and trips will use Virtual Line — which allows guests to select a time to experience a tourist attraction through the Official Universal Orlando Resort App so theyre reducing the time theyre really waiting in Guests can access Virtual Line while onsite at the amusement park and can view readily available tourist attractions through the app.
Guests will be needed to use hand sanitizer before boarding flight vehicles. For any 3-D tourist attraction, Universal Orlando employee will individually hand out 3-D glasses instead of guests needing to select them up themselves.
There will be staggered spacing on trip cars and in queue lines to help location range in between groups. Please keep in mind that this might cause wait times to be longer than typical.
For info on CDC standards, click here. To find out more about Universal Orlandos policies during this time, check out Universals website. Due to the evolving nature of this situation, information go through alter without notice.
Any interaction with the general public poses an elevated threat of being exposed to COVID-19 and Universal can not guarantee visitors will not be exposed during their see.
UOR highly encourages all guests to download and use the Official Universal Orlando Resort App for their visit. With the app, theyll have the ability to make cashless deals, order food and drink from choose dining venues, make use of Virtual Line for choose destinations, and more.
UOR will convert all menus to single-use in dining places.
Universal CityWalk Reopening
Our team is here to help you browse the resuming procedures at the Orlando Theme Parks.
Call us at 877-918-8941 or email us at [email protected] if you have any questions about the Universal Orlando reopening or if you are ready to reserve your household holiday.
Due to the evolving nature of this scenario, details are subject to alter without notification.
Our owner (Allison) and her household were at Universal CityWalk for resuming day. She shares 12 things you should learn about the Universal Orlando Reopening.
Any interaction with the basic public postures an elevated danger of being exposed to COVID-19 and Universal can not guarantee visitors will not be exposed throughout their visit.