Williams of Hollywood is a shop at Universal Studios Florida where you can buy actual props from old rides, stores, events and more! While on my last visit I noticed some new items in the shop from the JAWS ride, Twister, Disaster and even a giant Woody Woodpecker figure too! Man, if I just had 2000 dollars lying around I would so pick up that shark from the old JAWS wait time sign. Really brings back memories. Check out the video or photo report below and stay tuned for more theme park updates.
Universal’s best hidden gem of a gift shop/museum experience
Welcome! And yes, the giant snake heads are for sale.
Always an interesting place to look around
New hammerhead shark figure. Presumably from the old JAWS queue
It’s a pretty pricey piece
Look how cute he is. He just wants a new home is all
No one has yet purchased the actual flying cow from the Twister attraction
I cannot imagine why it’s not flying off the shelf
They must have a lot of these ride vehicle doors from Disaster/Earthquake, because every time they sell one, another appears in its place
This electrical panel from the final scene of Disaster has been here awhile
This subway map of San Fransisco from Disaster has been here awhile also
This piece is new, also from the final scene of Disaster
Newly added shark model that used to be above the JAWS ride wait time sign!
A steal for such an important part of history, although, is that a tear in his fin?
I don’t care what he costs, this little guy’s a star!
Here he is, back in the day, hanging out
Letting everyone know the wait time
He’s still wrapped in the same ropes and ready to hang in your home!
Or perhaps you’re in the market for a gigantic 6-foot tall Woody Woodpecker!
Just three grand for the ultimate tchotchke!
Put him in your bedroom and wake up every morning to this guy’s happy face
He’s so happy to see you!
All this JAWS talk has made me nostalgic. They better never get rid of Bruce’s picture spot by the water
Alicia has been visiting theme parks since the age of 3, has an incredible knack for memorizing park maps, loves theme park renovations and cannot wait to ride something new. She can often be found taking video of construction sites and riding roller coasters!