Welcome to the second part of our latest Islands of Adventure photo-report. Be sure to also check out PART 1 of this update by clicking on this link.
In the previous part, we took a look around the Port of Entry, Toon Lagoon, and parts of Jurassic Park. Now we will continue to explore the park, as there are some more news to report from The Lost Continent (as you will see, a new store recently opened in the area). But let's proceed in order:

Ever tried the "Personnel Dryer" before? It's located at the exit of Jurassic Park River Adventure:

The shop found at the exit of the attraction has some clever theming that we never noticed:

Jurassic World:

A look around the rest of the themed area:

Taking the bridge:

The Lost Continent:

The newest shop to open in the park is located next to the Mystic Fountain:

A quick look inside:

Leaving the area:

Seuss Landing:

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9 Comment(s):

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Anonymous said...

Why do you never report with photos of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter? Considering it's one of the newest areas, I'm surprised that there's no photos on it. Other than that, love the report!

Anonymous said...

Because the new Harry Potter is in the studios and everything is perfect in there. Nothing upgraded, nothing changed in there.

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't say it's perfect, the new ride is a let down after the amazing queue and the even more amazing alley

Anonymous said...

Here we go again....

Anonymous said...

It seems that the new shop is where they do the focus group testing (I did it a few months ago there). Does that mean they will discontinue doing it at Universal Orlando?

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the great photos. The parks definitely need some work. Not much of a resort destination as opposed to a day or two stop. Some things are great, but much is lacking.

why is it that the food in the suess sign looks so bad. Would think they would put better looking food on the sign.

Also anyone try those dryers? If so, are they worth the $5 or so?

In the uk there £2 for 5 mins and well worth it. When we do IOA we do Dudley do right,Popeye rapids.river adventure and one fish straight after 1 another then as we just in shorts and t shirt we either change our clothes in the restrooms or let the Florida Sun dry us out. I found that without a hour you could be dry again.

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