Universal Orlando Resort in Orlando, Florida

6000 Universal BlvdOrlando, FL 32819
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Universal Orlando Resort Tickets

Overview

With three action-packed theme parks and a 30-acre entertainment complex, Universal Orlando Resort tickets offer a universe of adventure themed around some of the most popular TV shows, movies and comic books. Go beyond the screen with thrilling rides & attractions like Jurassic World VelociCoaster, interactive shows like Harry Potter and Shrek, and more!

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Good To Know

  • Hogwarts Express™ and the famous butterbeer are a must-try when visiting Universal Orlando Resort.
  • Seuss Landing for little kids is a guest favorite at Universal's Islands of Adventure and features 4 signature rides based on Dr. Seuss's books.
  • Visit the two different lands of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™: Hogsmeade™ and The Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Diagon Alley™.
  • A park-to-park admission ticket is needed to ride the Hogwarts Express.
  • You may bring bottled water, small snacks that do not require heating, baby food/baby formula, and soft-sided insulated bags no larger than 8.5" wide x 6" high x 6" deep.
  • Like water rides? Ziploc bags are a smart way to keep your wallet, phones, and keys dry while splashing around.
  • Visit the Wizarding World of Harry Potter early in the morning for fewer crowds.
  • Children under 3 get in free.
  • Universal Studios Florida and Universal's Islands of Adventure are linked by CityWalk.
  • There is a short bus ride from Universal Orlando Resort to Universal's Volcano Bay.

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Get ready for one jaw-dropping adventure after another when you visit Universal Orlando Resort™! With three thrilling theme parks, unique entertainment, shopping and dining, Universal Orlando tickets grant a vacation of endless awesome!

Universal Orlando Resort is comprised of three amazing parks, and a fourth park, Epic Universe, opening in 2025. Experience the movie and TV-based excitement of Universal Studios Florida, the worlds of legendary heroes at Universal’s Islands of Adventure, and the tropical paradise of Universal’s Volcano Bay water theme park. Be sure to have your camera ready because Universal's parks are full of famous characters waiting to greet you and pose for priceless photos.

Universal Studios Florida
It’s just like watching your favorite TV shows and movies IRL, except with the ultimate ride-y things like twists, turns, and drops. Face villains more menacing than your kids' pre-churros. Save the earth daily or even hourly. Oh, and dragons—there are dragons. And one of them even breathes real fire so that’s cool (err, hot). This is way beyond the movies.

Universal Islands of Adventure
This is where it goes down. And up. And down again. To those who say “yay adventure,” we’re here for you. Superheroes. Magical creatures. A school of witchcraft and wizardry. Even dinosaurs (as it turns out, not so extinct). Take a ride—multiple rides. Some will drench you. Some will just mess up your hair. Some will make your head spin (figuratively speaking). All of them will say: Every island is a new reality.

Universal Volcano Bay
It is a water theme park. Which is like a theme park with a whole lot of water. And that big thing in the middle is just like a real volcano. ‘Cause you know volcanoes have water slides—the kind that’ll make you chicken out at the last minute unless your friends (or kids) peer pressure you. And if you’re more of a go-with-the-flow type, you get chill things like a winding river, a wave pool—oh, and lounge chairs. It doesn’t get any cooler than that. Remember, it’s a South Seas oasis (and nothing says oasis like a volcano).

Introducing Universal Epic Universe
Some of the creative team behind Universal Epic Universe introduces details about this amazing new theme park, opening in 2025 at Universal Orlando Resort. The sun, moon, and stars have aligned to create a transformational theme park, with amazing portals taking you to worlds beyond.

Universal CityWalk
It’s the one place where unforgettable family entertainment meets restaurants that doesn't just make you say “Yum,” but “Wow.” Universal CityWalk, The Epicenter of Awesome.



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* Restrictions Apply. HARRY POTTER characters, names and related indicia are © & TM Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. Harry Potter Publishing Rights © JKR. (s20) *Additional restrictions apply. TRANSFORMERS and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro and are used with permission. © 2024 Hasbro. All rights reserved. © 2024 MARVEL. Jurassic Park and Jurassic World TM & © 2024 Universal Studios LLC and Amblin Entertainment, Inc. All rights reserved. Universal elements and all related indicia TM & © 2024 Universal Studios. All rights reserved.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Universal Orlando Resort

Can I see all three parks in one day?

With three theme parks, you’ll need at least two days to experience it all. Combine with a Park-to-Park Ticket and you can enjoy the best of all three Universal Orlando Resort parks on the same day.

Will I be able to ride Hogwarts Express with my Base ticket?

No. Only a Park-to-Park admission ticket will allow you to experience the magic and excitement of BOTH The Wizarding World of Harry Potter lands (The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™ – Diagon Alley™ and The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™- Hogsmeade™) PLUS the Hogwarts Express.

Can I bring food or drinks into Universal Orlando Resort?

Yes, while Universal Orlando offers a variety of food options at their restaurants and concession stands, they also allow guests to bring in some outside food. Acceptable items include bottled water (max 2 liters per guest), small snacks that do not require heating, any food required for medical purposes or special dietary needs, and baby food/baby formula.

Can I bring a cooler into Universal Orlando Resort?

Yes. However, they must be soft-sided insulated bag style coolers that are no larger than 8.5” wide x 6” high x 6” deep.

Do Universal Orlando tickets expire?

Yes, dated Universal Orlando tickets do expire with the expiration date subject to specific expiration conditions based on first use or ticket type. Please refer to the tickets above for complete details for your desired ticket type. Additionally, the ticket expiration and valid use dates will be listed on your voucher after purchase.

How does my E-Ticket work?

It’s easy! Simply take your voucher to the will-call kiosk at either theme park at Universal Orlando Resort. At the kiosk machine, you must swipe a credit/debit card matching the name listed on this page for ID verification only. Enter the external ID/confirmation # and your phone # provided, both listed on this page. A matching valid photo ID is required.

Are tickets transferable? Can I give them to someone else to use the remaining days?

No. Universal Orlando tickets are nontransferable and must be used by the same person on any and all days. The person who uses the ticket for the very first time must use the ticket for its entirety. Any tickets that are transferred are in violation of this restriction and are invalid for admission.

How much is parking at Universal Orlando Resort?

Regular Parking is $32 per vehicle. Buses, RVs and cars with trailers are $42 per vehicle. Prime Parking is $50–$60 per vehicle. Prime Parking is seasonal and may vary by day. Universal offers free self-parking after 6pm, except during Halloween Horror Nights event nights.

Are strollers and wheelchairs available to rent?

Yes. Strollers, wheelchairs and Electric Convenience Vehicles (ECV) are available for rent upon entrance to either theme park, to the left side of each park's entrance. Manual wheelchairs are also available at the Rotunda area of the parking structure. Due to limited numbers, please note that ECV Rentals are on a first-come, first-served basis and must be operated by a single person 18 years of age or older. It is suggested you place a request in advance for ECV rentals (at least 1 week prior to your arrival).

Are lockers available to rent?

Yes. All-day locker rentals measuring 12" x 13" x 16.9" are available on a first-come, first-served basis near the park entrances of Universal Studios Florida and Universal Islands of Adventure for $12.00 per day. Family-size lockers measuring 12" x 16.25" x 16.9" are available at Universal Studios Florida for $15.00 per day. Guests will have unlimited access to these lockers during the course of the day. While you will find standard-sized lockers for small items that are free while you ride, there are also single-time use lockers available to rent at select attractions inside Universal Studios Florida and Universal's Islands of Adventure for $5–$6 for the first 90 minutes and $3.00 per each half hour afterwards, with a maximum of $25.00 per day. Lockers can also be found in the Rainforest Village, River Village and Wave Village of Universal’s Volcano Bay. There are three different locker sizes available: mini, regular, and family ($10, $16, and $20 respectively). Please see a park attendant or concierge for assistance.

Is smoking allowed at Universal Orlando Resort?

Smoking is permitted only in designated areas. There are currently 13 smoking areas at Islands of Adventure and 12 at Universal Studios for guest convenience. All other areas outside of these designated smoking areas are smoke-free.

Can I go to Halloween Horror Nights with my daytime admission ticket?

No, Halloween Horror Nights is a separately ticketed event that requires a ticket purchase.