Disneyland is a larger park with a greater number of attractions and rides, but Universal Studios Hollywood is expanding at a faster pace.
People also ask, can you do Universal Studios in one day?
Can Universal Orlando Be Done in One Day? The simple answer is: Yes! it’s toadally possible to fit Universal Studios Florida and Universal’s Islands of Adventure into one day. What makes park hopping easy at Universal Orlando is the fact that the two parks are right next to each other.
Keeping this in consideration, does Universal Hollywood have Diagon Alley?
The Universal Orlando Resort has an area for Hogsmeade Village and Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry at Islands of Adventure and Diagon Alley at Universal Studios. Universal Hollywood only has Hogsmeade and Hogwarts, but Guests are longing for their own Diagon Alley.
How big is Universal LA?
Universal Studios Hollywood is only 415 acres and that includes the working film studio.
Typical costs: One-day tickets to Universal Studios Orlando cost $88 for adults and $82 for children. A family of four can expect to pay about $340.
Decision: Disney World has lots of fun rides and some do pack a thrill, both with action and tech, but ultimately Universal Orlando has more and bigger thrills and coasters.
Disneyland has more rides and attractions than Universal and is open longer hours . I would pick Disneyland due to the fact it i the “classic” and has more rides and Roller Coasters. But Universal is much closer to Beverly Hills than Disneyland.
Both Universal Studios Orlando and Walt Disney World are much bigger than their sibling park in California. With this in mind, Universal Studios Orlando is much bigger than the Universal Studios Hollywood. Orlando is set across 541 acres of core land (the theme parks and hotels) compared to the 415 acres.
When it comes to which Harry Potter park is better at Universal, Diagon Alley in Islands of Adventure is the clear winner. They have more shops, more merchandise, and the fun of trading your money for Gringotts bank notes.
1. Universal Orlando’s Islands of Adventure.