Like Disney World, Universal Orlando has also been temporarily closed since March due to the current global health crisis.
After previously re-extending their closure through April 19th, Universal announced today that they would be extending that closure for longer.
Universal Orlando has announced that they will be re-extending their closure, with plans for the Universal Orlando Resort to stay closed “at least through May 31”. In their statement, Universal clarified that, when it comes to a reopening date, they “continue to respond to current conditions and make the health and safety of team members and guests [their] top priority.”
Previously, Universal had confirmed that Annual Passholders on the FlexPay monthly payment plans would have payments temporarily suspended during the closure.
The extended closure applies to their theme parks, resort hotels, as well as Universal CityWalk. Universal Hollywood has also announced they will be extending their closure for the same dates.
We will continue to keep you updated as we learn more.
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