DreamWorks Destination has guests ready to move it into Universal Orlando
While big kids may be waiting for a seat on the Velocicoaster, DreamWorks Destination is where all ages interact with some of their favorite DreamWorks characters in Universal Orlando. Are you ready to watch your favorite characters jump off the screen and move around?
Last year, the KidZone area at Universal Studios Florida was a little quiet. While families sneaked into this quiet area of the theme park for the tamer roller coasters, interactive play area, and a little shade, the KidZone spot seemed a little underused.
While many guests feel that a visit to Universal Orlando must always include a ride on ET’s iconic bike, the reality is that the kids’ area needed a little more excitement beyond this entrance.
The area sees more action during the Halloween Horror Nights and Mardi Gras Parades. Many people spent time gathering in groups to climb aboard these Mardi Gras wagons. Usually, some of the entrances to the most popular haunted houses are in the KidZone.
Still, Universal Orlando wants to find more ways to connect with its guests. By revitalizing the KidZone area, the theme park can offer guests more experiences that will make them say, “Whoa”.
What can guests expect from DreamWorks Destination?
According to a recent announcement from Universal Orlando, DreamWorks Destination will be a character experience. The attraction appears to be on the former Barney site and offers guests the chance to interact with favorite characters from DreamWorks animation film franchises. Movies include Trolls, Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda, and more.
Although details are limited, this experience is part photography opportunity and part dance party. The description seems to convey a lively stage in which the guests in the energetic atmosphere have the feeling of having stepped into these popular segments of the film opening. Whether everyone is dancing, singing, or a combination of both, a good time is foreseen.
DreamWorks Destination opens at Universal Studios Florida this spring. More information will be available at a later date.
What’s your favorite Universal Orlando attraction? Do you like character experiences in theme parks?