Universal Orlando Is Prepping to Open It's Doors Again — Here's What You Can Expect

The park is officially opening to the public on June 5.

5/24/2020 12:25:00 AM

The park is officially opening to the public on June 5.

Universal Orlando Resort has been closed since March 16th due to the COVID-19 pandemic. After Universal executive John Sprouls presented a reopening plan to

were anxiously awaiting the plan's approval. That approval came quickly when Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed off the following day. Read more: POPSUGAR Family »

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