Universal Studios Florida Update: New Revenge of the Mummy Lockers Debut (PART 1)

Universal Studios Florida is working hard on updating almost every area of the park. As you may have noticed in past photo-reports, the Central Park area of Universal Studios Florida was recently expanded to function as a viewing area for the new nighttime show, and multiple themed facades were recently repainted. In addition to that, the hideous lockers area found near the entrance of Revenge of the Mummy has been moved to a new area, opening up the small plaza in front of the attraction.

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Let's take a quick look around the park together to check out these changes and more:

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First of all, an area near the walkway leading to the Blue Man Group (which is adjacent to the park's secondary entrance) is now surrounded by walls. It is unclear what they are doing behind the scenes:

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Let's head inside the park:

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A new stunt show will open in this space next year:

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The rest of Hollywood looks great:

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Production Central:

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New York:

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The former outdoor lockers area of Revenge of the Mummy is gone:

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These temporary walls were actually removed just a couple of days ago:

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We really like the new entrance of the attraction:

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The new lockers can be found in the area formerly occupied by Revenge of the Mummy's extended queue:

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Let's take a look inside:

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While the entrance feels a little bare, the chandelier looks quite impressive:

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2 comments:

  1. The biggest complaint I have about these lockers as well as the lockers at the Incredible Hulk coaster which are the same kind is that they tell you to keep your park ticket. Isn't the idea of the locker to stow away all of your belongings? What if you lose your park ticket on the ride? Granted they could open the locker, but what if you forget your locker number? Just too many ways to go wrong. The fingerprint method was fine, but in all honesty, Universal simply needs to build less rides requiring lockers like Disney does.

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  2. The above comment is idiotic

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