Maskless Outdoors, New Apparel Line, Construction Updates & More: Universal Studios Hollywood Photo Report 2/17/22
Quiet on set; we’re ready to roll! We headed out to Universal Studios Hollywood today to see what life is like without a mask on (outdoors) now that the health orders have changed. So come along to see everything we found at Universal Studios Hollywood in today’s photo report.
Before we headed into the park, we stopped to check in on Toothsome Chocolate Emporium and Savory Feast Kitchen that is currently under construction at CityWalk.
Lots of demolition work is going on inside and there was a flurry of activity from construction workers going in and out when we stopped by.
Just like in CityWalk Orlando, CityWalk Hollywood received a Bel Air photo op location. Seeing as the real Bel Air is about 20 minutes from Universal Studios Hollywood, it may warrant a stop for any travelling guests who want to see the real thing.
At the security entrance, the checkpoint where Team Members once checked for vaccination cards has been removed.
For the few outdoor attractions that Universal Studios Hollywood has, masks are likewise optional. Here in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, the Flight of the Hippogriff was one such attraction. Guests were allowed to ride maskless for the first time since September 2021.
In Springfield, Krustyland is undergoing a refurbishment of the façade, with scaffolding and scrim taking over the whole left side of the ride.
Super Nintendo World construction is coming right along, with more black paneling being added since our last check-in.
We can see some of the decorative elements start to take shape on the front of the structure which, if it is similar in layout to Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Japan, will become Bowser’s Castle.
Thanks for riding along with us on our photo report from Universal Studios Hollywood. That’s a wrap!