Universal Studios Hollywood is a well-known film studio owned by the Comcast, a popular media company. It was opened on 30th April as a movie studio that makes it one of the oldest Hollywood film studios still used for shooting. The slogan advertised by this studio is “The Entertainment Capital of LA”. It is situated in the Universal City, California. Along with a film studio, the location also has a theme park that feature 10 rides. Every year they hosted more than 8,000,000 guests that make them world’s 15th most visited park.
People can easily reach to this studio through public transportation in the form of Metro Red Line who runs trains between the union stations of East Hollywood, Koreatown, Downtown Los Angeles, and Westlake.
Universal Studios Roaming Characters
The guests can find lots of characters roaming around the studio. Some of the most common ones that can be seen in there include Frankenstein’s Monster, Rocky and Bullwinkle, Woody Woodpecker, Betty Boop, Count Dracula, Winnie Woodpecker, Woody Woodpecker, and The Mummy. That’s not all, there are some special characters, such as Sherlock Homes & Dr. Watson, Groucho Marx, Keystone Kops, Harry Henderson, Crash Bandicoot, Marvel Comic Characters, and many more.
Universal Studios Park LayoutUniversal Studios
is divided into two different parts that is explained below:
• Upper Lot-
This layout include attractions, such as Silly Swirley, The Wizard World of Harry Potter, The Simpsons Ride, and Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem.
• Lower Lot-
Here, people can find attractions, like Jurassic Park: The Ride, Raptor Encounter, Transformers: The Ride, and Revenge of the Mummy.