Universal Orlando Attendance
December 4, 2011 by staff
Universal Orlando Attendance, They’re going to need a different ride. Universal Studios Florida announced Friday it would close its Jaws ride on January 2. Jaws has been in operation since 1990, and was one of the first attractions unveiled when Universal Studios opened its doors. The ride is based on the 1975, Steven Spielberg-directed hit movie with the same name.
“Jaws has been an amazing attraction and an important part of our history,” Universal spokesperson Tom Schroder told msnbc.com. “Jaws holds a special place in the hearts of our guests, but we always have to look to the future and dedicate ourselves to providing new, innovative entertainment experiences for our guests.
“A lot of thought and care went into this decision,” he said.
Schroder didn’t offer details about what will replace the ride, saying park goers will have to stay tuned.
Universal Orlando has seen a significant increase in visitors following the opening of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter in June of 2010, according to the Associated Press. Attendance at the park has jumped by 40 to 50 percent since last June, said Comcast executive vice president Steve Burke said in September.
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