There’s truly no place like Florida…
For the millions of theme park fanatics who flock to Central Florida every year, there is nowhere else on Earth that provides the same exhilarating entertainment. Florida is home to some of the world’s greatest theme parks in the world, including Walt Disney World and Universal Studios Orlando.
The prime demographic of the Resort’s Guests includes children, parents, movie fans, and, of course, a 5,000-year-old mummy.
Mummy Spotted Enjoying Resort Location
This week, photos of a mummy in a hotel room at Universal Orlando Resort have begun circulating the internet. Upon first look, it is no surprise that this mummy would choose to spend his vacation at Universal; after all, it is a pretty incredible place.
Located in Orlando, Florida, Universal Orlando Resort is a world-renowned entertainment destination. With rides and experiences based on popular franchises like Transformers, The Simpsons, Jurassic Park, and, of course, The Mummy, visitors can immerse themselves in the magic of the big screen.
Perhaps the biggest draw to Universal Studios is the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, a must-visit for fans of the series. Diagon Alley and Hogsmeade come to life with incredible attention to detail and authenticity. Guests can stroll through the cobblestone streets, dine at the iconic Three Broomsticks, and even take a ride on the Hogwarts Express, which connects Universal Studios Florida to Universal’s Islands of Adventure.
However, all of this excitement and thrill still does not explain why a mummy would be found on the Resort property…
Guest’s Mystifying Post Confused Fans
One Universal fan has sent laughter through the fanbase after posting a unique visitor that had checked into “Universal’s Endless Summer Resort,” the Surfside Inn and Suites. The picture was shared along with a post that read;
“WHO drug a whole MUMMY thru the Surfside lobby”
The mummy is likely a Halloween decoration that has been put up by a guest. Fans in the comment section cannot get over how strange this is and ponder what exactly the thought process was behind this decision.
It is things like this that really add the unique Florida character to theme parks like Universal.