Caro-Seuss-el Finally Reopens with New Roof, Worn-Down Creatures at Universal’s Islands of Adventure

Caro-Seuss-el has reopened in Seuss Landing at Universal’s Islands of Adventure, having been closed since August of last year.

The wait time this morning was only five minutes.

Caro-Seuss-el has a Universal Express pass entrance.

It was surrounded by construction walls and scrim for the past several months.

The roof above Caro-Seuss-el was mostly demolished and replaced.

As such, the roof and some of the supports are freshly painted.

Despite the long closure, we could tell the creatures of the Caro-Seuss-el hadn’t been updated.

The eyes and ears are supposed to move on some of the beasts, but we didn’t see any movement on many.

The paint was also significantly worn away on some of the animals.

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