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  • Universal Hollywood Crowds?

    Has anyone been to USH this summer yet? What can I expect in terms of wait times on a weekday in July?
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    Re: Universal Hollywood Crowds?

    I went two weeks ago, and it wasn't that crowded. Jurassic Park was mid-range in terms of lines becuase the "Really Wet" version of the ride was in use. Mummy was OK and the Simpsons was 45 minutes. A pretty average day...

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      Re: Universal Hollywood Crowds?

      Covered this a bit in my trip report.
      http://micechat.com/forums/showthrea...cle-98791.html

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        Re: Universal Hollywood Crowds?

        I went to Universal last Friday, and the longest wait was for The Simpsons at 40 minutes. We got there after 1pm and the tram was only a 5 minute wait. Mummy was only 10. Although we did not ride, Jurassic Park had a decent line, so it was probably about 30 minutes, since it was warm. So the crowds are not that bad there. At least for last Friday..

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          Re: Universal Hollywood Crowds?

          I echo the prior statements. Wasn't that busy, Simpsons was 40 minutes tops. Everything else wasn't long at all.

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            Re: Universal Hollywood Crowds?

            thanks!
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              Re: Universal Hollywood Crowds?

              Just got back from USH, and the lines were no longer than 50 minutes.

              Jurassic Park was the longest wait, and strangely enough, the T-Rex looks really beat up... you could see the top of the T-Rex as soon as you turn the corner as there wasn't much of a waterfall obscuring it. To top things off, the top of its (possibly latex?) head is ripped.

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