Disney’s Pandora and Universal’s Volcano Bay are scheduled to open their doors this week. Both will be live streaming their official Grand Opening and ready to take in droves of new guests this summer. Pandora will be a part of the Animal Kingdom and is based on the theme of the blockbuster movie, Avatar. Volcano Bay will be Universal Studio’s new water park. Both are generating quite a buzz among theme park enthusiasts.
But, the expansion of Orlando’s theme parks does not end there. Here’s a look at several projects on the docket for the next few years…
Disney: Star Wars fans will be thrilled to know that a new Star Wars Land at Hollywood Studios is scheduled to be completed in 2019. Toy Story Land is also under construction, but no opening date has been set.
Universal Studios: Gamers will be pleased to discover that a Super Nintendo World is scheduled for development and while no dates are firmly set, suggestions point to 2020.
Sea World: After loosing the Shamu shows, Sea World is retooling it’s children’s play area and launching a Sesame Street land, expected by 2022.
As Orlando continues to grow, residents and visitors will have no shortage of new attractions for the foreseeable future. Just one of the many benefits of life in Orlando, Florida.
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