PHOTOS: Snookers & Snookers Sweet Candy Cookers Closed for Refurbishment, Honk Honkers Reopens as Temporary Candy Store at Universal’s Islands of Adventure
If you’re stepping into Seuss Landing for some sweet treats, you’ll need to switch up your stop. Snookers & Snookers Sweet Candy Cookers is closed as it undergoes refurbishment at Universal’s Islands of Adventure. The High in the Sky Seuss Trolley Train Ride! now exits into Honk Honkers, which is serving as a temporary candy shop during the closure.
Construction walls have been installed around Snookers & Snookers Sweet Candy Cookers.
A sign outside the shuttered shop directs guests to “Visit Honk Honkers Store for all of our candy galore!”
The exit from The High in the Sky Seuss Trolley Train Ride used to lead into Snookers & Snookers here.
The front entrance to Honk Honkers as seen from the street.
The new exit path for the ride leads to Honk Honkers.
Inside, you can find many of the same sweet treats from Snookers & Snookers.
The candy wall has a sanitization set up to the side. Here, you can find bags for the candy, an inflating glove machine, and hand sanitizer.
The Birthday Bird is here!
Honk Honkers formerly operated as a cotton candy shop specializing in over-the-top creations. It closed in early 2020. The wood structures on the counter used to house cotton candy machines but are now being used to display sweets.
The shop is not very big, so it can get crowded when guests exit the ride.
Stay tuned to UPNT for more refurbishment updates around Universal Orlando Resort.