PHOTO REPORT: Universal Orlando Resort 12/5/20 (Parks Reach Capacity, Hogwarts House Mini-Backpacks, UOAP Christmas Ornaments Restocked, and More)

It’s another busy Saturday at the Universal Orlando Resort. The crowds didn’t seem too bad as we arrived, but both parks would reach capacity just before noon.


First line of the day! Temperature check and security were quick, but the lines to get in the parks moved slowly.


It was a busy day all around Universal Studios Florida. There were long lines for attractions and food everywhere we went.


Despicable Me Minion Mayhem had almost a 2 hour wait when we walked by this morning.


Inside the UOAP Lounge, the Annual Passholder ornament has been restocked. They’re available for $10 each and also feature Earl the Squirrel.


Universal Studios’ Classic Monsters Cafe opened for the weekend crowds.


The Williams of Hollywood Prop Shop had another scarecrow for sale from the Scarecrow Stalk. This one was in Spongebob Storepants and is priced at $2400.

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Eggnog and Cool Mint Chocolate fudge are available at Studio Sweets. They sound delicious.


Over at the Islands of Adventure Trading Company, we found four new Hogwarts House mini-backpacks for $65 each. Check out our post for a closer look at all the details.


The viewing area in Toon Lagoon near the Jurassic World VelociCoaster have been barricaded off as the ride prepares for more testing.


Things got busier throughout the day.


There was a Team Member holding a “line starts here” sign for the Three Broomsticks to help guests find the end of the line among all the crowds.


This is our sign to get out of here. Thanks for joining us around the parks today and be sure to stay tuned for more updates from Universal Parks News Today.

  1. I was there on the 5th and it was busy but not dreadful. Not sure what the allowed capacity is for the parks. Lines weren’t too bad either IMO. Same with Disney the following weekend. Busy but definitely not at normal holiday level crowds of people.

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