Universal Studios Hollywood reopening with food and shopping event, called ‘Taste of Universal’

Universal Studios Hollywood reopening with food and shopping event, called ‘Taste of Universal’

General Studios Hollywood is reopening – at any rate halfway – one weekend from now.

On Thursday, the California theme park reported that it will dispatch an open air eating and shopping occasion called “Taste of Universal” on March 12.

Universal’s declaration comes about seven days after Disneyland reported that it would have a comparative food and entertainment experience in the not so distant future at its California Adventure Park.

Like Disneyland’s occasion, “A Taste of Universal” is the theme park’s “first step in re-opening,” Universal said in its declaration.

Guests who go to will actually want to stroll through specific segments of the Universal Studios Hollywood and “enjoy some of the theme park’s best culinary offerings and premium shopping options,” the declaration said.

The park will likewise have “physically distanced photo opportunities” for certain characters, Universal said.

The limited-time, ticketed event will just occur on ends of the week, from Friday through Sunday from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m., the declaration said. Rides, shows and different attractions won’t be operational.

During the event, guests will actually want to browse right around 70 food contributions, including 30 new things, in four segments of the recreation center including “Springfield, U.S.A.” based on the TV series “The Simpsons,” “The Wizarding World of Harry Potter,” the Hollywood & Dine section and the brand-new Minion Cafe, nearby the “Despicable Me Minion Mayhem” ride.

Visitors can likewise shop at a few retail spots, including the attraction shop for a fresh out of the plastic new ride, “The Secret Life of Pets: Off the Leash.”

Universal said it would be following a bunch of new wellbeing and security conventions for the occasion, including temperature checks, requiring face coverings, limiting park capacity, “rigorous cleaning” at all open high touch focuses, physical separating, contactless installment choices and saving designated outdoor areas for eating.

As indicated by the site, tickets for grown-ups cost $44 on Fridays and $49 on Saturdays and Sundays. Tickets for youngsters somewhere in the range of 3 and 9 years of age cost $25 for every one of the three days. General Annual Season Pass individuals will actually want to get limited affirmation tickets, the declaration said.

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