PHOTOS, VIDEO: Walls Come Down Further Revealing Jurassic World VelociCoaster Entrance at Universal’s Islands of Adventure

Construction walls have come down in Jurassic Park at Universal’s Islands of Adventure, giving us a better look at the Jurassic World VelociCoaster entrance.


While we’ve had an angled look at the entrance before, with the walls down we can see the full effect of walking up to the attraction.


We saw a few Team Members walking the pathway to the entrance, which is surrounded by the twisting track of the coaster itself.


Palm trees frame the entrance to the queue.

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Inside the queue, there are strips of light that alternate colors, though only blue is visible in these pictures. They also light up white and red.


The Express pass entrance sign is covered with black cloth, indicating it might not be available upon opening. We could still see the standby and single rider signs.

Check out our video of the entrance below.

Are you excited to ride Jurassic World VelociCoaster after it opens on June 10 or will you be at the Passholder Preview next month? Let us know in the comments.

  1. I’ll be there on Sunday may 1st 7:30 for my preview !!! Soooo stoked can’t wait

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