Universal Orlando Modifies Attraction Due To Guest Safety Hazard

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Seuss Landing

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Universal Orlando Resort is constantly making changes to ensure Guest satisfaction and, even more importantly, safety during their trips to the Parks.

Recently, Universal Orlando made a change to one of its popular kiddy attractions in Universal’s Islands of Adventure.

Seuss Landing
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The High in the Sky Seuss Trolly Train Ride!, located in Seuss Landing, is a favorite among many Guests because of its breathtaking views of the Park and there has recently been an update to the attraction.

TikTok account @universallyaddictedfl shared a video with the new safety precaution, which includes safety nets between cars.

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Universal Orlando’s official description of the attraction reads:

As you wait to board this slow-moving trolley, you’ll be treated to a retelling of the Sneetches. Then, sit back and relax as you wind your way above the imaginative buildings and rides of Seuss Landing. There are two ride tracks—one continues the story of the Sneetches, while the other takes you through the ABCs of your other favorite Seuss stories.

Previously, The High in the Sky Seuss Trolly Train Ride! had no safety net in between cars, as seen below.

The High in the Sky Seuss Trolly Train Ride
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However, the attraction has been updated with safety nets to ensure that Guests do not walk between the cars. This has reportedly happened in instances where Guests are attempting to switch seats or cross to the other side of the train station when boarding or exiting the train.

High in the Sky Seuss Trolly Train
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When the attraction was built, Universal placed ride restraints similar to what you would see on a roller coaster to ensure that Guests were not standing up or attempting to switch seats during the ride.

The train ride can serve as a relaxing point in your busy vacation and also gives unique sight-seeing and photo-opportunities of the Park all the while sharing a story from the world of Dr. Seuss.

Universal Studios and Universal’s Islands of Adventure aren’t the only Parks being developed at Universal Orlando Resort. The Epic Universe, Universal’s newest Park, is currently being developed and constructed with an eye on opening in 2025.

What’s your favorite attraction in Seuss Landing at Universal’s Islands of Adventure?

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