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PHOTOS: Heavy Crowds at Universal Studios Florida This Weekend for Continued Halloween Offerings

Universal Studios Florida is the most crowded we have seen it since it reopened. Last weekend, the parks hit capacity as Halloween festivities began. This weekend, it seems Universal is less concerned about limited capacity.

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Universal Studios Florida’s two Halloween Horror Nights haunted houses are open today and tomorrow, and then will be operating daily from October 3 through November 1.

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It’s possible Universal Orlando Resort has lifted their capacity limits after Governor DeSantis moved Florida into “Phase 3”, though they have not made an announcement stating this.

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Crowds weren’t just near the two haunted houses. Diagon Alley was also busy.

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The haunted houses did reach capacity this morning.

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Some areas were less crowded, but lines for attractions and quick-service kiosks filled up sidewalks.

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It seems Universal Studios Florida is slowly returning back to its pre-COVID normal.

Do you mind if there are crowds when you’re visiting Universal Orlando Resort? Let us know in the comments.

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Heath
Heath
1 month ago

I hope the parks keep limited capacity despite DeSantis. Our household tries to only go on less crowded weekdays to avoid such huge crowds during a pandemic.

Jerhmey
Jerhmey
1 month ago

We are here now and Universal is doing a great job keeping everyone happy disinfected and distant. The lines and walking areas have not felt crowded at all.

Kwtigger
Kwtigger
1 month ago

As long as social distancing is still being enforced, sanitation is still the same, face coverings required, and there is still limited capacity there are can be crowds when I go. If anyone of those is lifted, then I will not go back. I went a few weeks ago to Universal and it was lovely and I felt completely safe.

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