Universal Studios Tours Nickelodeon Blast Zone

If you bring younger kids, aged twelve and under, to , they will probably be most interested in the . Featuring three attractions in one, this is one of the few attractions that really appeal to the younger at Tours, so you can expect them to spend a great deal of time there.

Shaped like a huge orange rocket, the is a big hit. This is a huge play area basically and it is unlike any playground that your kids have ever experienced. There are three sections of the playground: The Adventure Temple, Splash, and The Nick Jr. Backyard.

The Nick Jr. Backyard is the only place in that will be of any interest to toddlers. In fact, it is the only for toddlers. If you bring a toddler with you to Tours, plan to spend the entire day here.

Splash is a water area. Bring a change of dry clothes, because the kids will get soaked here. They can fill in a fun variety of ways, create , and stand under . There are also many mounted water guns to be used and enjoyed.

The Adventure Temple is an extensive playground. While here, you will have flying through the air all over the place the kids are able to shoot and throw them, and since they are made of soft foam, they are safe.

The kids can also meet many characters here, including the and Blues Clues Characters. The attraction is located on the upper lot, and is open everyday that the park is open. If you dont want your child to get wet, avoid this attraction altogether, because with all of the water flying around and being dumped, there is really no way to avoid getting wet. If your child is too young to enjoy the attraction by themselves, you will be getting wet as well.

Overall, this is the only attraction that younger kids will enjoy at Tours. As a t or guardian, you should expect to spend most of your time here, and you should never leave your child unattended. This is not a place to drop your kids off for the day while you go enjoy other attractions. Instead, use the buddy system with other responsible adults in your party one should stay with the kids, while the other adults go enjoy the attractions, and relieve each other often so everyone has fun.


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