Universal Orlando Guests did it again, stealing and vandalizing a new experience.
Universal Orlando Resort is popular tourist location, home to both Universal Studios Florida or Universal’s Islands of Adventure. If Guests want to cool off from the Florida heat, Guests can check out Universal’s water park, Volcano Bay.
Universal Studios Florida is known for making attractions from the movies such as Despicable Me, which Guests can check out Despicable Me Minion Mayhem. Guests can join Fast And Furious – Supercharged on their party bus, and enjoy iconic attractions such as E.T. Adventure, Transformers: The Ride 3D, Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts, Revenge of the Mummy, and many more. Next door at Universal’s Islands of Adventure, Guests can visit different lands such as Hogsmeade as part of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Jurassic Park, Seuss Landing, and many more different locations.
Universal Guests can visit Jurassic Park’s different attractions, such as Jurassic Park River Adventure, Jurassic World VelociCoaster, and the Raptor Encounter. The avid Jurassic Park fans need to get to Universal Studios Orlando right away, as the theme park has opened “The Making of Jurassic Park.” Guests can explore a behind-the-scenes look at the classic Steven Spielberg film by visiting the Universal Tribute Store, which is located just across from The Bourne Stuntacular in Universal Studios Florida. This new experience opened on May 26 for Guests to explore behind the scenes. The Tribute Store is Jurassic Park themed to commemorate the film’s 30th anniversary, and inside the store, Guests can see items from the movies and buy new merchandise.
Unfortunately, some Universal Orlando Guests decided to take something that wasn’t for sell. As you can see in the tweet below, they stole the toenail off the dinosaur that was outside of the Tribute Store.
This is why we cannot have nice things in reach of guests….ffs ?
? Elizabeth Lisich pic.twitter.com/WBXF9nW4mZ
— Theme Park Express (@ThemeParkExpres) May 30, 2023
Do you think Universal Orlando should block decor where Guests can not tear it up?