I hate to be the one to start rumors, but some of this is just too good not to pass along. Universal has been sending out a customer survey, as they often do, asking for opinions on Universal CityWalk’s current offerings, as well as what possible future offerings we’d be interested in seeing added.
The survey offers you six options, and asks you to select what interests you MOST and what interests you LEAST from each list. They randomize options and give it to you again with new options each time. This happens 20 or so times in a row. I think some of the suggested new shops, restaurants, and experiences are incredibly interesting. Below is a list of some of the more unusual ones. They also had existing options like restaurants and shows already on property, to see where the new ideas would stack up against them. Existing venues are left off of the list below.
Keep in mind that this doesn’t mean in any way that any of these things are actually going to come to CityWalk, I just think it’s worth sharing because some of them are really really intriguing.
Plus, who knows if this is really a survey for CityWalk at Universal Orlando at all. Perhaps it’s for an entirely new entertainment district to be built on Universal’s I-Drive property that they acquired early last year, or maybe even something built on the Wet ‘n Wild plot once it’s cleared. All I know is, I didn’t know how much I wanted a “Saturday Night Live” themed lounge until now.
Check out the list and leave a comment with what you’d like to see added to CityWalk.
List of Possible CityWalk Additions
Play laser tag ($35 per person)
Go to a video arcade ($25 per person)
Go to Dave & Busters ($45 per person)
Do a virtual reality experience ($50 per person)
Do an escape room experience ($35 per person)
Do an indoor skydiving experience ($60 per person)
Go roller skating / ice skating ($30 per person)
Go rock-climbing/ropes course ($30 per person)
Go to a mystery dinner theater ($45 per person)
Go to a bowling alley ($30 per person)
Play at a tampoline park ($25 per person)
Visit an interactive museum ($30 per person)
Go to a comedy club ($30 per person)
See a Vegas-style magic show ($60 per person)
See a Cirque du Soleil-type show ($60 per ticket)
See a “How to Train Your Dragon” stage show ($60 per person)
See a “Shrek the Musical” stage show ($60 per person)
See a “Wicked the Musical” stage show ($60 per person)
Attend a live music concert ($50 per person)
Eat at a German beer hall ($40 per person)
Eat at a French bistro ($45 per person)
Eat at a waterfront seafood restaurant ($50 per person)
Visit a “Saturday Night Live” themed lounge ($20 per person)
Shop at a candy store ($15 per person)
Shop at an art gallery/store ($100 per person)
Shop at a horror / SciFi store ($50 per person)
Shop at a pet accessory store ($35 per person)
Shop at a gourmet food / cooking store ($30 per person)
Shop at an outlet mall ($150 per person)
Shop at a sunglass store ($100 per person)
Shop at an Apple Store ($200 per person)
Shop at a sock store ($20 per person)
Shop at a shoe store ($80 per person)
Shop at a Flip Flop Shop ($45 per person)
Shop at a golf store ($50 per person)
Shop at a jewelry/accessory store ($75 per person)
Shop at an Ulta Beauty Salon ($30 per person)
Shop at a Lush cosmetics store ($35 per person)
Shop at a Lululemon Athletica ($100 per person)
Shop at an H & M clothing store ($25 per person)
Shop at a Ralph Lauren clothing store ($150 per person)
Shop at an Abercrombie & Fitch clothing store ($50 per person)
It’s interesting to note that Universal’s parent company actually owns the rights to “How to Train Your Dragon,” “Shrek,” “Wicked,” and “Saturday Night Live,” so those are all possible shows and venues for them to add.
What do you think of these things? What’s your favorite? And what about all these shopping options listed? Do we really need CityWalk to become the next Disney Springs? Leave a comment below.
Note: The survey in question was not marked as confidential.