While originally designed to open in the mid 1990s inside of Universal Studios Florida, “Jurassic Park: The Ride” was instead selected to anchor the resort’s second gate, which was to be built next door. Jurassic Park, the land, opened with Islands of Adventure in 1999, with a couple rides, a walk-through attraction, play and discover areas for kids, and several restaurants. Over the years we lost Triceratops Discovery Trail and gained a Raptor Encounter. We lost one of the land’s iconic entry gates (and the other now has a Wizarding castle visible behind it.) And some midway games have been sprinkled in for good measure. But are even more drastic changes coming to the land in the near future?
This article was written by Alicia Stella for UUOPodcast and can be seen in its entirety here! Be sure to subscribe to the news feed for more exclusive articles and theme park news.
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