Check Out the PROGRESS on Universal’s Upcoming Theme Park, Epic Universe

Disney recently announced a potential expansion to add new lands to Magic Kingdom, but a different Orlando theme park has a more concrete plan in place for expansion.

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Universal Studios Orlando is currently building the Epic Universe theme park, which will include a Super Nintendo World and other themed lands with content from Illumination and DreamWorks Animation. This park is expected to open in the summer of 2025. We’ve been tracking the construction progress so far, and now we have a NEW update for you!

We’ve already taken a look at some of the new lands and attractions that may be coming to Epic Universe, but thanks to Twitter user bioreconstruct, now we can see more details about how the construction is coming along. In this picture, you can see several different parts of the park, including water features, the in-park hotel, and entrances to various lands.

From another view, you can also see some guest parking and the rumored Ministry of Magic show building.

That building is coming along, with the entry/exit area now visible in the construction site.

Here’s another view of the potential new Harry Potter land coming to Epic Universe.

Another rumored land to look forward to is the How to Train Your Dragon land. You can see an overview of that section here! It looks like this land could have a central Great Hall (see the columns in the middle of this picture?) as well as a theater.

There may also be a How to Train Your Dragon-themed roller coaster. You can see construction on that possible project here.

And finally, let’s take a look at construction on Super Nintendo World.

This part of the park has a lot of buildings already going up, with several cranes in the area. It looks like this is the main focus for construction right now.

Epic Universe Concept Art ©Universal/Comcast

We can’t wait to learn more about Epic Universe. For now, most of the lands that bioreconstruct named are just rumors — Universal hasn’t officially announced the Harry Potter or How to Train Your Dragon lands. But we’ll be on the lookout for more updates.

Universal Orlando Universal’s Epic Universe Logo ©Universal/Comcast

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  1. I spent 5 days in Universal parks this July (3 days with park to park at Universal and Islands of Adventure, then 2 days at Volcano Bay). Five days was a little long even if we did get to ride our favorites numerous times. Epic Universe is finally going to make Universal a week-long destination that will rival the Disney Resort. I think the attendance gap is going to close significantly in 2025 when Epic Universe opens.