A photo op that allows guests to see a giant Coca-Cola bottle with their name displayed has returned to Universal Studios Florida after closing during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.
Inside the Coca-Cola Refresh building near Men in Black: Alien Attack, guests can once again take advantage of this photo op that was closed in 2020 because of the physical touch element it requires to interact with guests.
A kiosk allows guests to type their name in, which begins the process of having your bottle created!
Once confirming the correct spelling of your name, you’re instructed to look up toward the screens to see your bottle being created!
A robot grabs a bottle of Coca-Cola off the conveyer belt and labels it with your name.
Finally, the bottle is spun around and you’re able to take a photo of a giant Coca-Cola bottle with your name on it!
Are you excited to see this fun photo op return to Universal Studios Florida? Let us know in the comments.
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It would be cool if it printed your name onto a label.