Universal Introduces New UK Ticket Including Volcano Bay

International guests can now book their 2017 holiday to the Universal Orlando Resort, including a visit to the destination’s new water park, Volcano Bay.
Universal's new 3-Park Explorer Ticket is now on sale for international guests for travel dates beginning 1st June 2017. The new ticket is available for purchase at the introductory price of £223 for adults and £215 for children, and offers guests 14 consecutive days of unlimited access to the two parks and the water park.

The Universal Orlando 3-Park Explorer Ticket also includes admission to select live entertainment at Universal CityWalk, where guests can enjoy dining and entertainment for every member of the family. The ticket is available at www.universalorlando.co.uk and through international travel professionals.

At Volcano Bay, guests will discover a place like no other, filled with incredible thrills and relaxing indulgences. This one-of-a-kind water theme park will transport guests to a fully immersive tropical paradise featuring 18 unique attractions and hassle-free conveniences so families can get the most out of their time together. Guests do not have to stand in long lines or wrestle with tubes before enjoying an exhilarating variety of experiences, like family raft rides, twisting body slides that launch guests above the water and relaxing in private one or two story cabanas.

Guests staying at one of Universal Orlando’s on-site hotels will receive early park admission to either Universal Studios Florida or Universal’s Islands of Adventure and Universal’s Volcano Bay one hour before the park opens.


  1. This is a 37% price increase on the 2016 3-park ticket. Bargain!

  2. So, for a family of 4 to visit Universal & Disney on top of flights, food, car hire, accommodation & spending money it's £2000 for park tickets!!! The prices are becoming a bit ridiculous.

  3. Yes, but you're getting a third park at Universal! Lol.. it's getting ridiculous for us local residents also

  4. We are from the UK and visited in August 2016, to be honest, it’s difficult to get everything done in 2 weeks without a break! But worth doing everything if you can, it’s all amazing.