PHOTO REPORT: Universal Orlando Resort 7/9/21 (The Haunting of Hill House Shirts, Flowers for Skip, Lunch at Finnegan’s Bar and Grill, and More)
Welcome to another beautiful day here at the Universal Orlando Resort. The sky is blue, the sun is shining, and we’re ready for another day in the parks. Let’s make our way over to Universal Studios Florida first.
We noticed that flowers were left near Bruce in honor of a long-time Universal Orlando Team Member who passed away recently. A Go Fund Me has been set up for his family, and you can donate to their relief here.
We stopped into Finnegan’s Bar and Grill for a Raptor Juicebox and a Potato and Onion Webb. This was a great appetizer to go along with our delicious drink.
It’s a brutally hot day today, but thankfully, the fire hydrant water play area is running. We saw so many kids and adults running through the water and splashing around to cool down.
Blue and white striped awnings have been added over the former Barney Shop in KidZone.
The windows of Central Park Crepes look like they need to be repaired. They appear to be held up with tape right now.
Did you know you can buy these Hogwarts suitcases inside Globus Mundi? Travel in style!
We stopped into the Toothsome Chocolate Emporium on our way over to Islands of Adventure and spotted new treats in the case.
Over in Jurassic Park, baby raptor Sierra was out at the entrance of Raptor Encounter, watching her big sisters over at the VelociCoaster.
Ever since the bypass bridge opened with the new cage, there have been barricades in this area. There are some tape markings along the ground, and we’ve noticed Team Members measuring in the area. We’ll be interested to see what happens here.
On the way out of the parks, we spotted that the Blue Man Group sign has been replaced with a sign for Bigfire.
Thanks for joining us today around the parks. We’ll be back again soon to check out all the latest updates, so stay tuned to Universal Parks News Today.
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