Universal Studios, a hit with adults and kids, is located close enough to Los Angeles to be covered in a day. The stalwarts (Jurassic Park – The Ride, Revenge of the Mummy – The Ride and the Studio Tour) deliver year on year while the newer, multidimensional experiences (Transformers: The Ride-3D and The Simpsons Ride) make your return even sweeter. Jump ahead of the lines by upgrading with a “Front of Line” ticket, especially handy during peak holiday periods. There’s also a VIP Experience where not only do you skip ahead but you receive a guided tour with behind-the-scenes access to sound stages and a prop warehouse, breakfast and lunch, plus valet parking. A new addition on the Universal CityWalk is the Indoor Skydiving at iFLY Hollywood. Most anticipated addition to the Studios? The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, scheduled to open in 2016.


Universal City, located in the San Fernando Valley, encompasses hotels, Universal CityWalk, Universal Studios and the Universal backlot.

Universal Studios
100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City
+1 800 868 377

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