Coming to Central Florida for the first time or just looking for something new to see in the area, there is no better time to visit then now. From massive new lands, to exciting new roller coasters, Here are some of the new rides and attractions that will be available.
Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge at Disney's Hollywood Studios
A Long Time Ago, In a Galaxy Far, Far Away a whole planet filled with new adventures will be discovered. Batuu is a remote trading post at the edge of galaxy and in late Fall of 2019 we'll be able to explore the Black Spire outpost village. You'll be able to experience two new rides here: One where you get to pilot the Millennium Falcon, and another where you'll have to escape the clutches of the First Order right in the middle of a climactic battle between the dark side and the light. The new land will also feature street side shops, a Cantina where guests can order a glass of blue milk, and a restaurant where the food is grilled over the flames of a podracer engine. Plus, there will be alien residents and free-roaming droids around every corner. It's going to be out of this world!
Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway at Disney's Hollywood Studios
Prepare to step into the movie screen as your family joins Mickey, Minnie and Goofy on an all-new adventure through the wacky animated world of the new Mickey Mouse Shorts. Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway is the first ride to ever star the famous mouse, and it will feature a new type of high tech projection effect on moving surfaces to help recreate the fun and frantic energy found in the popular Mickey Mouse shorts. This new family attraction will also feature its very own theme song, that's being written just for the ride. With crazy twists and turns and surprises around every corner, it will be an exciting new addition for the whole family when it opens in 2019.
Hagrid’s Magical Creatures at Universal’s Islands of Adventure Orlando
An epic new addition has arrived to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™. For the first time ever, fly deep into the wilds of the Forbidden Forest, beyond the grounds of Hogwarts™ castle. As you twist past towering trees, magical creatures and wondrous surprises surround you. One misstep could drop you into an endless pit of Devil’s Snare, or put you in the sights of a centaur’s bow. Anything can happen here. - Now Open
Tigris Roller Coaster at Busch Gardens, Tampa
Get ready for some white-knuckle excitement with Busch Gardens Tampa newest roller coaster. Located near Jungala, where the tigers reign, Tigris will be Florida's tallest launched coaster. An innovative experience, Tigris will catapult riders through an exhilarating array of looping twists with forward and backward motion, breath-taking drops, a 150-foot skyward surge, and an inverted heartline roll, all at more than 60 miles per hour. Tigris will race riders along more than 1,800 feet of steel track designed to mimic the awe-inspiring agility of the world’s largest and most powerful cat –the tiger. – Now Open
Lego Movie World at Legoland, Florida
Everything is awesome at the all-new Lego Movie World now opened at Legoland Florida. This whole new land features three new attractions, The LEGO MOVIE Masters of Flight, Unikitty’s Disco Drop and Battle of Bricksburg. Fans can meet Emmet, Lucy, Unikitty and Benny as they venture through Bricksburg during a complete theater-to-theme park experience, Guests also will get an exclusive opportunity to meet and take pictures with Rex Dangervest, the alter ego of Emmet, and a character from the second film.
2019 has much more to offer at all of the parks! Sesame Street is Now Opened to SeaWorld Orlando with new kid-friendly rides and a brand new parade. Also Opened, Aquatica, Orlando's brand new water thrill slide called KareKare Curl. Lightning McQueen is getting a new show at Disney's Hollywood Studios to help teach kids the art of driving. The Magic Kingdom is unveiling the new "Move It! Shake It! MousekeDance It!" dance party. Universal Studios Florida will be opening a brand new live action show to replace Terminator 2: 3D. With so many new things to do at the Theme Parks in Central Florida, 2019 could be one of the best years to visit.
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Information Provided By: Alicia Stella