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  1. I see EU as a gorgeous theater lobby (Celestial Park) with bars, restaurants, shops, shows, and attractions to keep you entertained and vibing in-between your showing of each of it's 4 'movies'.

    Once you enter a portal, you are in a 'show', a unique, immersive experience created by the whole. 'Rides', as we've come to know them, are just a part of the total experience.

    As with the Wizarding World, there may be only 1 'ride' but you are entering a magical quarter in 1920's Paris. The adventure starts when you enter and continues till you leave. The 'ride', which itself uses multiple modalities, combines with themed experiences, shows, shops, restaurants and more to create an entire world, something beyond what we knew of as a 'land' previously.

    Seeing it that way, I've stopped counting attractions and cannot wait to enjoy my time in the lobby and savoring the 4 incredible shows that await me. It seems each will require 2 to 4 hours at a minimum to experience properly on top of the offerings of Celestial Park.

    In addition, I cannot wait for the reveal of the 5th portal in time.

  2. Super Nintendo World has 3 rides (4 and mini-attractions if you count what you can do with power-up bands). Celestial Park has at least 3 attractions: 2 rides, a splash pad, and a fountain show. And these are only the things which we know about...

  3. Wizarding World has two attractions. The big ride and a show. It was initially meant to have two rides, but one was canceled before construction went vertical (you can still see the entrance in aerial photos).

  4. This is literally the only land with that many attractions. The rest have two or (in the case of WWOHP) just one.







  5. Michael is offline themeparX Top Investigator
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    Gaby Kemberling, Facility Design Manager, standing in How to Train Your Dragon – Isle of Berk:



    Source: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/universalcreative_universalcreative-creativespotlight-howtotrainyourdragon-activity-7179171090806513666-ijW1

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    My initial impression of the lands was that they seemed quite small with only a few attractions. How wrong was I? It feels like you could spend four or five hours in this land alone. Comcast should buy Disney and bring the parks to this level.

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    Universal Orlando Resort invites guests of all ages to soar with dragons in a colorful, fully-alive world filled with Viking adventures in How to Train Your Dragon – Isle of Berk – one of the five worlds featured at the all-new Universal Epic Universe theme park opening in 2025. Here, guests will see what it’s like to live amongst dragons as they explore a larger-than-life world that includes exciting attractions, beloved character meet-and-greets, dining, shopping – and even flying dragons – based on DreamWorks Animation’s multi-award winning and Academy Award-nominated trilogy, “How to Train Your Dragon.”

    Developed in partnership between Universal Creative and the powerhouse filmmakers from DreamWorks Animation and Universal Pictures, How to Train Your Dragon – Isle of Berk captures the heart, humor and scale of the films within an authentic re-creation of the rugged, rocky world where raucous Vikings and rambunctious dragons live together in hilarious harmony. Guests visiting Berk will encounter one of the most breathtaking environments Universal has ever created – complete with immense architecture featuring hand-carved details, lush landscaping, and extraordinary heights of rolling hills surrounding vibrant dragon houses and local establishments. And everywhere guests look within the bustling village, they’ll find endless activity – from active dragons in their natural habitats and sheep attempting to disguise themselves as Terrible Terror dragons to sporadic bouts of fire – making Isle of Berk an attraction unto itself.

    WELCOME TO THE ISLE OF BERK

    Guests’ first sight of Berk will be reminiscent of the iconic sweeping vista straight from the films – featuring a vast sparkling lagoon that boasts two 40-foot-tall Viking statues set against an energetic village perched above churning seas. Guests will discover four attractions, one live show, and several character and dragon meet-and-greet experiences that offer something for every member of the family, including:

    • Hiccup’s Wing Gliders – On this family thrill coaster, Hiccup invites brave new Vikings to take a ride in his latest glider contraption – a winged flying machine that launches aspiring Dragon Riders into the sky for a dragon’s eye view of Berk. Guests will fly alongside Hiccup and Toothless and reach speeds up to 45 mph as they soar around the perimeter of Berk – and even through the lagoon – while experiencing firsthand what it’s like to fly on a dragon.

    • The Untrainable Dragon – Inspired by Universal Beijing Resort’s wildly successful “Untrainable” show, this dragon-filled live spectacular takes guests on an unforgettable journey with beloved characters Hiccup, Toothless, Gobber, and Astrid as they work together to solve the mystery of The Untrainable Dragon. This heartwarming story comes to life with captivating musical numbers, breathtaking sets and life-sized dragons soaring overhead.

    • Fyre Drill – Mischievous Viking twins Ruffnut and Tuffnut invite teams of Vikings to compete to outscore and out-soak each other on this wet-and-wild boat battle. Guests will board a colorful dragon-headed boat and blast water cannons at flame-like targets to practice putting out fires – a crucial skill to master when living with dragons.

    • Dragon Racer’s Rally – Berk’s new Vikings racers can practice aerobatic maneuvers and high-speed barrel rolls on two Viking-made dragon-riding trainers that reach heights of up to 67 feet in the air. Guests can control how “wild” or “mild” their experience will be as they perform high-flying, gravity-defying, swooping and soaring skills that are necessary to earn the accolades worthy of a true champion dragon racer.

    • Viking Training Camp – Junior Vikings will learn everything they need to know about dragons as they climb, slide and explore their way through this sprawling interactive adventure play camp – featuring a Viking agility course, a Toothless-themed teeter-totter, baby Gronckle dragon climbers and so much more.

    • Meet Hiccup and Toothless – Guests can visit the Haddock Paddock for an incredible meet-and-greet experience with heroic Dragon Rider, Hiccup, and pose for a photo with his friendly Night Fury, Toothless. Plus, throughout the day, guests may also encounter other familiar Vikings and dragons while exploring Berk.

    Guests can also dine and shop like Vikings in the world’s variety of themed eateries and retail locations, including:

    • Mead Hall — The beating heart of Berk and the village’s main gathering hall, Mead Hall is where guests can feast like a Viking and enjoy a savory menu featuring a variety of meats, fish, sandwiches and more along with a collection of meads and ciders.

    • Spit Fyre Grill — Overlooking the action of the Fyre Drill water attraction, Spit Fyre Grill is a quick-service dining location featuring delicious, hearty meals flame-seared by a helpful (unseen) dragon fry cook.

    • Hooligan’s Grog & Gruel — Guests can grab quick bites at this festive racing-themed food stand located in the Viking Camp.

    • And after a day of dragon training, guests can commemorate their lessons with an array of merchandise available at highly-themed shops like Viking Traders, How to Treat Your Dragon, Hiccup’s Work Shop, and Toothless’ Treasures.


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