Florida Theme Parks and Attractions Questions
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Q. What is the difference between Universal Studios and the Disney MGM Studios? open
Both studios are authentic production centres with many exciting tours and shows. However, they feature different films and themes. For instance, Universal is home to Jaws, Spiderman, ET, Back to the Future and Earthquake. MGM features the Disney Animation Studio, the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror and the Great Movie Ride.
Q. Is there a charge for parking at the Theme Parks? open
Most theme parks charge approximately $7-8 to park.
Q. Can I leave a theme park and return the same day? open
Yes, just remember to keep your ticket and have your hand stamped as you leave the park.
Q. What days are the theme parks open? open
With the exception of the waterparks which may close due to inclement weather, all theme parks are open 365 days a year. Park hours vary from season to season.
Q. How do I get to Disney from International Drive? open
Most Hotels on International Drive offer free shuttle services but you would need to check with them in advance.
If you are using public transport then the LYNX service runs up and down International drive and stops at Disney and other attractions.
Q. Do I need to buy tickets in advance for the Theme Parks? open
There are often some great deals on Theme Park tickets available in advance. You can pay on the day but you may encounter queues and pay more. The best thing to do is plan where and when you want to visit, this way you'll be able to research the best deals to suit you. Our attraction tickets can be found here.
More answers about your Florida holiday are available in the Florida FAQ.