Universal Orlando changes attraction due to guest safety hazard
Universal Orlando Resort is constantly making changes to ensure guest satisfaction and, most importantly, safety when traveling through the parks.
Recently, Universal Orlando changed one of its popular children’s attractions to the Adventure Islands from Universal.
The High in the Sky Seuss Trolly Train Ride !, located in Seuss Landing, is a favorite among many guests due to its stunning views of the park and there was an attraction update recently.
The TikTok account @universallyaddictedfl shared a video with the new safety precaution, which includes safety nets between cars.
Universal Orlando official description of the attraction reads as follows:
While waiting to board this slow wagon, you’ll be treated to a tale of the Sneetches. Then sit back and relax as you meander above the imaginative buildings and rides of Seuss Landing. There are two walking tracks: one continues the story of the Sneetches, while the other takes you through the ABCs of your other favorite Seuss stories.
Previously The High in the Sky Seuss Trolley Train Ride! had no safety net between the cars, as seen below.
However, the attraction has been updated with safety nets to ensure guests don’t walk between cars. This has reportedly occurred in instances where guests attempt to change seats or cross to the other side of the station when boarding or exiting the train.
When the attraction was built, Universal placed restraints similar to what you would see on a roller coaster to make sure guests didn’t get up or try to change seats during the ride.
The train ride can serve as a point of relaxation during your busy vacation and also offers unique opportunities for tours and photos of the park while sharing a story from the world of Dr Seuss.
What’s your favorite Seuss Landing attraction at Universal’s Islands of Adventure?