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The Best Attractions for Non-Riders at Universal Orlando Resort!
I found plenty of videos on the best rides in Universal Orlando Resort, but not very many that focus on the non-ride attractions.
I get a little green on some of the roller coasters that turn me upside down and have huge drops. I think that may have happened with the right of passage into motherhood. But I don’t want that from stopping me from watching my girls shrill with delight on these rides…or from watching my little guys stretch on their tippy toes in hopes that they are tall enough to ride these coasters.
So I decided to focus this video on the joy of the resort so that my stomach and head loved me. AND, I just may convince you that the non-rides are actually better than the rides!
Oh and a fyi: We went in February and there were not very long lines, but I’d still highly recommend the express passes. It saved us time to just enjoy being in the Resort.
I did a bunch of stories on our ig page that highlighted more of the park.
Other random tips: Eat at the 3 broomsticks. Our family of 6 got the feast meal and we’ve never eaten so well at a theme park…ever. Good real food that even my picky gluten-free husband devoured. Add that to your must visit. If you get there around 3pm or after 8 there wasn’t a line. We just walked right in. Fabulous for starving family.
The train…it’s a must ride. It’s not just a ride, it’s an experience. Ride it both ways because you a different experience each way.
Dr. Suess land was one of my favorites. I wanted to add those mama friendy rides in this video but decided to keep with the theme.
Go. Visit Universal Studio’s Resort including the Wizarding World of Harry Potter). It’s so much fun!