Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to appear at Nick Hotel in Orlando this summer beginning Memorial Day weekend

in Entertainment, Hotel, Television

Following the recent announcement of the return of the iconic “Double Dare” game show to Orlando in an interactive experience, Nick Hotel continues revive the childhoods of those who grew up in the ’80s and ’90s by revealing that the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will also soon be making meet-and-greet appearances there.

All four turtles will be at Nick Hotel beginning Memorial Day weekend, giving hotel guests a chance to meet Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael and Michelangelo.

In addition to meet-and-greets, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will be part of themed dinner shows along with shows in Studio Nick, and the hotel will sell exclusive Ninja Turtle merchandise.

The heroes in a half-shell will also be returning to television on Nickelodeon in the fall, in a new half-hour CG animated comedy-action series simply entitled “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.”

Much like “Double Dare” was formerly seen at Universal Studios years ago, this isn’t the first time the Ninja Turtles have called Orlando home, once appearing at the Disney-MGM Studios theme park (long before it was renamed Disney’s Hollywood Studios). Later this month, turtle power makes its triumphant return to Orlando, leaving fans everywhere shouting, “Cowabunga!”

3 Comments

  1. Janet J Jenca

    I have a 3 yr. old grandson that is nuts over the TMNT and I was so excited that we could take him while we were in Orlando this May 20th-26th. Sadly I just found out that you have to stay at the resort to see them. Explain this to a 3yr.old Why aren’t they somewhere where there is no limitations?

  2. Ana

    I agree with comment above. Not staying at the resort due to their ridiculous prices. My daughter 3 is a TMNT maniac and was told reservations for the dinner are for people staying at the resort only. That’s BS.

  3. Toni

    Totally agree with the above comments! Ridiculous!!!

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