Islands of Adventure – pt. 2 – Seuss Landing

I got kind of busy after my first post from our recent Universal Studios trip. I’m finally getting around to sharing my next post with pictures from Seuss Landing at Islands of Adventure.

Of course, this was one of my daughter’s favorite parts of the park as it has rides designed for children (and Dr. Seuss fans of all ages). We spent a lot of time here over our two days in this park and were able to ride each attraction several times.

My daughter’s favorite ride was definitely One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish. It is basically a Dumbo style ride, except that you can steer your fish up or down in order to get your parents soaking wet. Any seven year old’s dream.

There were socially distanced character meet and greets.

We had to make a reservation for the meet and greet with the Grinch, I suppose because it is more popular. It was fun, because he acts extra Grinchy, but of course, they are really trying to sell you on a photo package, which is why I only got a random picture that I took myself at the end.

There were also several cute shows telling Dr. Seuss stories or singing Christmas songs.

Our second day at IOA, we wore cute social distancing Grinch shirts that I had made for our trip. I wouldn’t touch you with a 39 1/2 foot pole.

Cute photo ops, but many of the stores and food establishments were closed, I suppose due to Covid?

Horton and his egg

We did order some pizza one day from Circus McGurkus Cafe Stoo-pendous and enjoy it outside.

We enjoyed the theming of Seuss Landing a lot. We even watched The Lorax movie one night during our trip.

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