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Universal Orlando Resort

Universal Studios Florida is a theme park located in Orlando, Florida, that opened on June 7, 1990. Owned and operated by NBCUniversal, it features numerous rides, attractions, and live shows that are primarily themed to... movies, television, and other aspects of the entertainment industry. Universal Studios Florida was the first of three theme parks to open at Universal Orlando Resort, joined later by Islands of Adventure in 1999, and Volcano Bay in 2017. In 2019, it ranked eleventh in the world – sixth in North America – for overall attendance among amusement parks with approximately 10.9 million visitors. A fourth park, Epic Universe, is expected in 2025. The success of its sister location, Universal Studios Hollywood, in the 1980s fueled the desire to build a similar park in the Orlando area to compete with Walt Disney World. Two of its early projects were partially developed by famed Hollywood director Steven Spielberg, and many themed attractions over the years were developed in close collaboration with the directors, producers, and actors of the films they are based on. An early layout and design of the park also incorporated active production studios, similar to the Hollywood location, which provided guests a behind-the-scenes look at film and television. As the interest to produce films in the Orlando area quickly faded, the design of the park transitioned to a more immersive, first-person perspective. Universal Studios Florida operates a well-known annual event during the fall season called Halloween Horror Nights, where the park transitions to a Halloween theme featuring haunted houses and scare zones on select nights. One of the park's biggest draws is Diagon Alley, a Harry Potter-themed portion of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter that opened in 2014. E.T. Adventure, another notable attraction, is the only remaining ride in the park which debuted with the park's grand opening in 1990. More from Wikipedia Read more

The following attractions at Universal Studios Florida have no minimum height restrictions:

To ride these attractions at Universal Studios Florida, guests must be at least 34 inches tall:

To ride these attractions at Universal Studios Florida, guests must be at least 40 inches tall:

To ride these attractions at Universal Studios Florida, guests must be at least 42 inches tall:

To ride these attractions at Universal Studios Florida, guests must be at least 48 inches tall:

To ride these attractions at Universal Studios Florida, guests must be at least 51 inches tall:

The following attractions at Universal's Islands of Adventure Theme Park have no minimum height restrictions:

To ride these attractions at Universal's Islands of Adventure Theme Park, guests must be at least 36 inches tall:

To ride these attractions at Universal's Islands of Adventure Theme Park, guests must be at least 40 inches tall:

To ride these attractions at Universal's Islands of Adventure Theme Park, guests must be at least 42 inches tall:

To ride these attractions at Universal's Islands of Adventure Theme Park, guests must be at least 44 inches tall:

To ride these attractions at Universal's Islands of Adventure Theme Park, guests must be at least 48 inches tall:

To ride these attractions at Universal's Islands of Adventure Theme Park, guests must be at least 51 inches tall:

To ride these attractions at Universal's Islands of Adventure Theme Park, guests must be at least 52 inches tall:

To ride these attractions at Universal's Islands of Adventure Theme Park, guests must be at least 54 inches tall:

Universal Volcano Bay Water Theme Park, or Volcano Bay, is a tropical-themed water park at Universal Orlando Resort in Orlando, Florida. Owned and operated by Universal Destinations & Experiences, Volcano Bay replaced Wet 'n Wild... as Universal Orlando Resort's only water park, and it was the first water park constructed by Universal Creative. At the center of the park is "Krakatau", a 200-foot-tall (61 m) volcano. Its slides include (but are not limited to) water coasters and capsule plunge slides. As the park's main icon, Krakatau is featured in the logo. At the entry, guests receive a wearable known as TapuTapu. As received, the TapuTapu can be used to hold one's place in line, to capture on-ride photos, and to interact with environmental features throughout the park. To use the wearable for purchases, guests must use the Universal Orlando app to link their park ticket and credit card to their profile, and create a PIN. More from Wikipedia Read more

The following attractions at Volcano Bay Water Theme Park have no minimum height restrictions:

To ride these attractions at Volcano Bay Water Theme Park, guests must be at least 42 inches tall:

To ride these attractions at Volcano Bay Water Theme Park, guests must be at least 48 inches tall: