We may all be tired of hearing that trip planning due to COVID is a very “fluid situation.” Basically this means that Park hours and available attractions may be altered and even canceled without prior notice. This change has also greatly affected the Park hours for both Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando. Find out the new operating hours for Universal Orlando’s Volcano Bay.
Changes for Univeral
We have worked diligently to help keep you informed of the various changes to Park hours and attractions. Just in case you missed it, we shared the temporary attraction closures for Universal Orlando and they closed 2 of their hotels to help consolidate Guests.
The reopening at Universal Orlando has also brought some welcome changes with the adding of Express Passes for Premier Annual Passholders. Universal Orlando are also offering great offers for Premier Annual Passholders. Find out more about this HERE.
Unfortunately at this time the Walt Disney World water parks remain unopened. The Disney Parks have also not yet given a reopening date for Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon or Disney’s Blizzard Beach. Guests seeking water soaking adventures were happy to discover that Universal Orlando had reopening their Volcano Bay water park.
Universal Orlando continues to provide great promotions to encourage Guests to return. Their current promotion is a 4 day ticket in which a Guest may visit visit both Theme Parks each day for $278.99 (adult 10+) and $268.99 (child ages 3-9). This would offer Guests 4 Park days for the price of 2.
Guests could also include a ticket to Volcano Bay for just $40 more for $318.99 (adult ages 10+) and $308.99 (child ages 3-9). This ticket allows Guests to visit all 3 Parks each day for 4 days. This is a great deal for families wanting to take a vacation.
Universal Orlando now offers 4 Day tickets (hop between all 3 parks) for $318.99 (adults 10+) and $308.99 (child ages 3-9)
Hour Changes for Volcano Bay
Guests looking to spend time at Universal Orlando’s Volcano Bay will discover that the Park will be closed all Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning on September 8, 2020. Volcano Bay will remain closed every Tuesday and Thursday from September 8th until the end of the year. You can see this by the gray “Sold Out” blocks on their planning calendar.
Starting September 8, 2020, Volcano bay will be closed all Tuesdays and Thursdays until the end of the year.
Guests hoping to wear their swim suit and take the plunge in January will discover even fewer operating hours.
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