PHOTO REPORT: Universal Orlando Resort 10/26/21 (Banana Ice Cream, Puppy Playtime with the Mystic Fountain, New Butterbeer Glass, ‘JAWS’ Merchandise, and More)

Welcome to another exciting day here at the Universal Orlando Resort. It’s a beautiful day to get out in the parks and the last week for Halloween Horror Nights. Let’s get started and find out what’s happening today.


There’s a new Butterbeer glass available at Islands of Adventure. Mix up your own Butterbeer at home, or any beverage, and enjoy it out of this stylish glass.


A couple of new “JAWS” items have arrived at the Universal Orlando Resort. We found a new can cooler and magnet set inside the Universal Legacy Store.


Holiday cheer is here! Hogsmeade has started to get ready for the Christmas season, but you still have a few more days left to enjoy the Death Eaters and Dark Arts at Hogwarts Castle before the holiday offerings start.


Over in the Lost Continent, we spotted a service dog enjoying a break and playing with the Mystic Fountain. This was one of the cutest things we’ve ever seen in the parks!


Leaf it to Universal guests to find unique ways to create shade in the park.

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Let’s check out what’s happening over at Universal Studios Florida.


The Revenge of the Mummy is getting ready to close for refurbishment in January, so we want to enjoy it as much as we can before the holiday crowds arrive. You can read more about the temporary closure here.


It might be Fall, but it’s still great weather for ice cream. You can find some of the basic flavors at carts around the Wizarding World, but we always prefer a trip to Florean Fortescue’s Ice Cream Parlour.


Today we decided to try banana ice cream with chocolate chips. Stay tuned for our review of this and many of the other unique flavors available in Diagon Alley.


The final limited release magnet is now available at the Tribute Store. It features several of the Icons around the number 30 for the 30th anniversary of the event. It’s just $12 and is a great way to commemorate this year’s Halloween Horror Nights.


That’s all for this visit to the Universal Orlando Resort. We’re going to get out of here, but be sure to stay tuned to Universal Parks News Today for more updates.