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    Universal Orlando Ticket Prices – More Expensive Than Disney

    It took less than a week for Universal Orlando ticket prices to increase after Disney raised theirs.  I certainly hope some of you are sitting down… a one day pass is more expensive than Walt Disney World. A single day park admission now costs $102, previously $96, and children’s tickets cost $97, up from $90. If you’re looking […]

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    Legoland To Add Lego Movie 4D Attraction

    One of my favorite films of 2014 is finally getting it’s own Lego Movie 4D attraction at Legoland Parks and Legoland Discovery Centers around the world. Merlin Entertainments announced today it is partnering with Warner Bros. Consumer Products and The LEGO Group to bring a new 4D animated film based on the popular characters of The […]

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    Sea Life Aquarium In Orlando Fills Tank To Prepare For May 4th Opening

    Tuesday, February 24 marked a milestone for Sea Life Aquarium in Orlando, as they held a ceremony marking the filling of their Atlantic Ocean tank. A unique feature to this version of Sea Life is there will be three distinct aquariums representing the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans. A unique feature to this version of […]

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    Disney Raises Ticket Prices And The Internet Reacts: Volume 1

    Welcome to our new yearly tradition here at Theme Park University where we take a sobering look at how the internet responds to Disney ticket price hikes. Long before I had my own website, one of my favorite hobbies was to go around and read how people would react every time Disney announced it would […]

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    Star Wars Takes Over Legoland Florida As Part of Lego Club Weekend

    Legoland Florida began its Lego Club Weekend full of Star Wars-themed activities on February 21 and 22, 2015. In addition to the regular shows and attractions, there were special Star Wars events going on in virtually every corner of the park. They even featured a Lego Star Wars art gallery featuring photographs of various characters […]

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    Slava’s Snow Show Is a Waste of Time

    People who have been following Theme Park University for a while know that I am a fan of immersive theater. I am a fan of anything that pushes the art forward of breaking down the fourth wall. On the other hand, this also means that I have seen many shows that have been successful at […]

  • Photo by Josh Young

    Top 6 Secrets of Disney’s Castaway Cay

    In June 1998, the Disney Cruise Line was founded and the Disney Magic took its inaugural sailing out of Port Canaveral.  An integral part of Disney’s newest line of business was to have their own private island that they could design and ultimately control the quality of the experience. While the 1,000-acre island isn’t owned […]

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    A Closer Look At The Story of Disneyland Auction At Van Eaton Gallery

    Last week I gave Theme Park University readers a sneak peak at an incredible auction happening in late February 2014 that has Disneyland park fans foaming at the mouth. Admittedly, one of those fans was me. After writing my first article and having a chance to look through the catalog, my jaw was on the […]

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