Enjoying the slow season in the Central Florida area is one of the best things one could possibly do. The weather is fantastic (mid-80s, cooler evening), the theme parks are less crowded that usual, wait times are lower, and people are - in general - more relaxed when visiting the area. Today you will get a taste of what a typical October morning looks like at one of the busiest parks in the world: Islands of Adventure. Enjoy this tour:


Welcome to PART 2 of our newest Islands of Adventure photo-report, Orlando Theme Park News Readers! PART 1 can be found by clicking here.
In the previous part of this update we checked out the Port of Entry, Marvel Superhero Island (where there's very little - if anything - taking place), Toon Lagoon, the new King Kong land, and part of Jurassic Park. Let's now continue to focus on this area, and then we will move on to the rest of the park:


Guests visiting Disney's Hollywood Studios can now purchase a limited release "Big Hero 6" graphic MagicBand in select merchandise locations (locations include: The Dark Room, Stage 1 Company Store, Mickey's Of Hollywood). In order to purchase this retail MagicBand, Guests must present one of the following for the MagicBand to be linked to at the time of purchase: valid theme park admission, Memory Maker card, or another active MagicBand.


In order to ensure that Guests have the best possible experience, the Magic Kingdom Park will be extending operating hours today, Wednesday, October 29.  Park close has been changed from 10:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. In addition to that, there will be a second Main Street Electrical Parade showing at 11:00 p.m. As always, we invite you to check back here on Orlando Theme Park News for any additional updates and advisories.


SeaWorld Orlando, Discovery Cove, and Aquatica are hiring for jobs which can last through the holiday and spring seasons. All three Orlando parks are looking to fill a variety of positions, including food service attendants, park operations hosts, line cooks, and more. The starting pay rate for these positions is $9.00 per hour; applicants must be at least 18 years of age. Those interested must apply online at seaworldjobs.com. For questions, please call 407-363-2637.



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