If you’re looking for a thrill ride, you may be interested in Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringolts. It is an indoor steel roller coaster designed by Universal Creative and built by Intamin. The ride is part of Universal Studios Florida, an Orlando theme park.
If you’re a fan of the Harry Potter series, you won’t want to miss this thrilling new attraction at Universal Studios Orlando. It’s set in Diagon Alley, and it features two pre-shows that give you a sense of what’s to come. As you wait in the Forbidden Journey queue, you’ll see paintings of Gringotts luminaries and founders spring to life. This is the first hint that something may go wrong. You’ll even get to see Harry, Ron, and Hermione behind a doorway and hear their conspiracies.
The ride combines simulators, dark rides, and roller coaster elements. It’s recommended for those who are at least 42 inches tall. While the ride’s intensity isn’t quite as intense as Forbidden Journey, it is still well worth checking out for thrill-seekers.
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The Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotots ride opens this summer at Universal Orlando. The new ride takes guests through the dungeons and caverns of Gringotts Bank, where a dragon spits fire. Riders will also encounter Death Eaters and Lord Voldermort. Guests can enjoy the ride from a variety of seats, which offer different views of the attraction.
This new ride in Universal Orlando’s Diagon Alley is themed after the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. The ride features 360-degree themed sets, 4K digital high-definition animation, and live special effects. The ride takes visitors on breathtaking scenes from the books.
Ride offers Child Swap
If you want to ride Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringodts without your kids, you can opt for the Ride offers Child Swap. This service allows you to swap out your kids for an adult who is already on the ride. While the other adult will ride the ride, you can wait in a separate area for your children.
The Child Swap room in this attraction is themed but basic. Most attractions feature similar child-sized rooms, although newer attractions will have slight variations. The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man has newspaper clippings on the walls, and Fast & Furious – Supercharged features toys and Easter eggs.