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11 Things You Won’t See at Universal Orlando Anytime Soon

Reader's Digest Logo By Anne Fritz of Reader's Digest | Slide 1 of 12: After closing its parks' gates on March 15 to prevent the potential spread of the novel coronavirus to guests and employees, Universal Orlando in Florida is set to be one of the first major theme parks to reopen on June 5. But Universal Studios Florida, Universal's Islands of Adventure, and Universal's Volcano Bay will all look a little different than they did less than three months ago. Read on for the sights and experiences that won't be around at Universal any longer, and then find out how Disney World will be different when it reopens in July.

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After closing its parks' gates on March 15 to prevent the potential spread of the novel coronavirus to guests and employees, Universal Orlando in Florida is set to be one of the first major theme parks to reopen on June 5. But Universal Studios Florida, Universal's Islands of Adventure, and Universal's Volcano Bay will all look a little different than they did less than three months ago. Read on for the sights and experiences that won't be around at Universal any longer, and then find out how Disney World will be different when it reopens in July.

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