Islands of Adventure Update: Green Eggs and Ham Reopens, Jurassic Park Keeps Changing, & More (PART 1)

Universal's Islands of Adventure is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful theme parks ever created, and its amazing attraction lineup is going to get even better in the coming years. As you'll see in this update, work continues in the future site of the rumored Jurassic Park roller coaster, while one of the park's seasonal dining locations just got an all-new menu that many are going to love.

Let's take a quick look around the park to check out all the exciting changes that we noticed during our most recent visit.


For obvious reasons, Port of Entry is always our first stop:



This awning has been missing for months:


Let's take a look at the future site of the new Jurassic Park roller coaster from the opposite side of the lagoon:








It's time to move on to Seuss Landing:


Temporary walls now block a portion of the bridge connecting Seuss landing to the Port of Entry:




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While the sign of Green Eggs and Ham is missing, the location recently reopened to Guests:



Notice the new writing:



The new menu sounds really good (sadly, we couldn't try anything as we got to the park a little too late and the location had already closed for the day):






Over in the Lost Continent, a portion of the fence near Poseidon's Fury is now blocked off:


Get your tetanus shot, people!:


What a sight:


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