PHOTO REPORT: Universal Orlando Resort 6/29/21 (Boss Baby Meet and Greet, Velociraptor Identification Sign, Storm Force Accelatron Reopens, and More)

Welcome to a rainy summer day in Florida. We’re back at the Universal Orlando Resort and ready to make our way through the parks to find out what’s new. Let’s get started at Universal Studios Florida.


It’s been raining off an on, but we’re still glad to be here. So is that kid on the left.


A new meet and greet has been added outside in the courtyard of the DreamWorks Destination. Guests can now meet the Boss Baby. Check out our post here for more photos and video.


The threat of rain seemed to be keeping some people out of the parks today. The crowds weren’t bad at all.


We ordered a personalized Raptor Tracker sign from the Jurassic World Tribute Store. It takes around 3 hours and you can pick up the finished product in the Universal Studios Store in CityWalk. We ordered our sign and picked it up at the end of the day on the way out of the parks. This metal sign is a unique souvenir only available from the U Design station in the Tribute Store.


We decided to take the Hogwarts Express to Islands of Adventure since there was only a 15 minute wait. We walked right on, which is a nice change from some of the lines we saw back when they were only seating one party per cabin.


Over at Islands of Adventure, we discovered that Storm Force Accelatron has reopened. This is great news, especially with rainy days ahead. It looked like guests were enjoying the ride today!


A new velociraptor identification sign has been added outside the raptor paddock. This sign has some really interest details.


Once the bad weather passes and outdoor rides begin to reopen, there is usually a crazy rush of people trying to get in line. We happened to be by the Incredible Hulk Coaster when Team Members announced that guests could get in line for the attraction.


The lightbulb is missing from the tent at the entrance of Toon Extra in Toon Lagoon. We’ve noticed a lot of things getting refurbished in this area lately.


That’s all for this visit to the Universal Orlando Resort. Thanks for joining us around the parks today and be sure to stay tuned for more updates!

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