Where should I go first at Islands of Adventure?

Where should I go first at Islands of Adventure?

Where should I go first at Islands of Adventure?

Islands of Adventure Tips: Get to the Park Early – You’ll beat the crowds and beat the heat. Head to the left of the park but bypass Hulk, everyone goes there or Harry Potter first. Ride Spiderman, Kong, and Jurassic Park. There shouldn’t be much of a line.

How long does it take to walk through Islands of Adventure?

over a year ago. Yes, one day is enough to go thru the park. If you like to walk like me, then you should be fine. You mentioned you are not really interested in roller coaster and the like, so you can visit Universal Studious and Island of Adventure in one day.

Where is the Islands of Adventure entrance?

Island’s of Adventure is located at the other side of CityWalk. Depending on the time you arrive at the park you may have to wait up to twenty minutes to scan your ticket and enter the park.

Do you need a full day at Islands of Adventure?

Not all guests are going to spend a full day at Islands of Adventure. We advise spending a full day at both of Universal Orlando’s parks, though, and so this one-day plan is built with that in mind.

Where is the walkway between Universal and Islands of Adventure?

The backstage walkway for quicker access between Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios is open for guests to get between both parks. It takes you directly to the side entrance of USF next to Rip Ride outside of Blue Man Group where you can scan your ticket to enter.

Can you walk from Islands of Adventure to Universal?

it’s toadally possible to fit Universal Studios Florida and Universal’s Islands of Adventure into one day. What makes park hopping easy at Universal Orlando is the fact that the two parks are right next to each other. You can exit one park and walk to the entrance of the other, or you could take the Hogwarts Express!

What day is least crowded at Universal?

When is Universal Orlando Least Crowded?

  • January 2nd until just prior to Presidents’ Day week (third Monday in February)
  • End of April — Mid-May.
  • Labor Day through mid-October.
  • Beginning of November through the week before Thanksgiving.
  • The week following Thanksgiving weekend until the week prior to Christmas.