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PHOTOS: A Day in the Park with Barney Signs, Banners, and Fountain Statue Removed from Universal Studios Florida

Earlier this month, it was confirmed that A Day in the Park With Barney was closed permanently at Universal Studios Florida. Now elements of the defunct attraction have been removed from the KidZone area.

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Signs advertising the show have been removed from the courtyard, which has been closed off.

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The statue of Barney that previously sat atop the courtyard’s fountain is gone.

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Yellowing above the doorway shows where there was previously a sign.

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An outline of Barney’s name is also visible above this awning.

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Banners for Woody Woodpecker’s KidZone have replaced the Barney banners.

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There was still one sign left for the show, on a directory nearby.

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Watch a full performance of A Day in the Park With Barney below.

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Brett
Brett
4 months ago

It is time for the Kidzone to get new rides and attractions. I think they should either retheme this area into a DreamWorks Animation themed land or a Pokemon themed land. The only thing that shouldn’t be taken out is E.T. Universal needs more dark rides for all ages to be able to go on

Customer Satisfaction
Customer Satisfaction
4 months ago
Reply to  Brett

The time for making these changes was at least 10 years ago. Universal has a bad reputation in the children’s space specifically because they have been so lazy about capitalizing on available children’s franchises.

Spongebob/Nickelodeon, Kung Fu Panda, How to Train your Dragon are all home run properties that are underutilized at Universal Orlando.

And Nintendo, pushed to the new park, will now take probably a decade to Arrive in Orlando from when it was first announced.