Spring Break has come and gone, and crowds have started to be more manageable around Central Florida's theme parks. At Universal Studios Florida, the new "Race Through New York Staring Jimmy Fallon" officially opened to the public, meaning that there are less construction walls around the park (for now, of course...). The only other major project currently going on inside the park is Fast & Furious: Supercharged, which will open to the public in 2018. Let's take a look around the park.
You can already notice that Spring Break is over by looking at the park's entrance plaza:
Of course, that doesn't mean that Despicable Me - Minion Mayhem will have lower wait times...
The entrance sign of Shrek 4-D is starting to fade:
Race Through New York is now open:
A Coca-Cola photo-op has been installed for an upcoming event:
Let's check out the rest of the New York City backlot:
A new Auntie Anne's location recently opened next to the Blues Brothers stage:
Let's continue our tour:
Over in San Francisco, Fast & Furious: Supercharged continues to take shape:
The front facade is now covered (it was still not covered when we visited):
The Fate of The Furious is advertised on the temporary walls:
Cars used for The Fate of The Furious movie are now on display in front of the future attraction:
Heading toward the waterfront:
This side of the Fast & Furious showbuilding now blends with the facade of King's Cross station:
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PHOTOS BY: Alex, Official Orlando Theme Park News Team Member and Photographer.