As concerns surrounding the Coronavirus continue to grow and more positive cases come to light, something we may have joked about only a week ago is now a reality–Orlando theme park closures are happening.Read More A History of Orlando Theme Park Closures
The Theme Park Princess is evolving and you’re invited to come along for the ride.Read More Who is The Theme Park Princess?
It’s time to do a theme park behavior check.Read More Theme Park Etiquette 101
Halloween Horror Nights. Did a chill run down your spine? It should have- this is the nation’s premier Halloween event. In its 26th year at Universal Orlando, Halloween Horror Nights has a stellar lineup of houses, both original and intellectual properties, shows and scare zones that will feed your hunger for horror and elicit screams […]Read More Take a Chance at Halloween Horror Nights 26
Today was an exciting day for two of Orlando’s major theme parks- SeaWorld and Universal, to be exact. SeaWorld hosted its Media Day for its newest coaster, Mako, which has been marketed as the fastest, longest and tallest roller coaster in the Orlando theme park market. The ride is set to open tomorrow to guests […]Read More Big Day For 2 Of Orlando’s Theme Parks
I have this habit of not seeing the newest movie the weekend it comes out. The whole ‘adulting’ thing gets in the way–working, running errands…that sort of thing. But if I REALLY want to see a movie I will see it, and I REALLY wanted to see Jurassic World and Inside Out. Thankfully, my first […]Read More Why Jurassic World & Inside Out Are Testaments To The Success Of The Rival Theme Parks
Halloween Horror Nights is a hard ticket event that takes place on select nights from September through November at Universal Studios Florida. From 6:30 pm to 2:00 am, the biggest names in horror come to life and you are faced with the task of surviving the night–if you dare. With this being my third straight […]Read More Halloween Horror Nights 24