If you consider yourself a true Harry Potter fan and are headed to Orlando for a family holiday there is no doubt that you will want to visit the Harry Potter theme park. Those of you about to embark on your first visit to the attraction capital of the world might have some confusion about the whereabouts of the park and how exactly you might gain entrance to the park. If you have already started to research how to get park tickets you will have noticed that such tickets do not exist and this is because the Harry Potter theme park is actually part of Universal Orlando Resort’s Universal Islands of Adventure.
In fact, although the attraction has acquired this alias and does very much appear to be a theme park in its own right, it isn’t actually a self contained unit at all. The park essentially makes up one of the seven islands of Universal’s Islands of Adventure, The Islands of Adventure being one of the two parks that make Universal Orlando Resort. To gain access to Universal’s Islands of Adventure you require Universal tickets, which will not only grant you access to the Harry Potter attraction, officially known as Wizarding World of Harry Potter, but to the remaining islands Port of Entry, Marvel Super Hero Island, Toon Lagoon, Jurassic Park, The Lost Continent and Seuss Landing.
Of course it is likely that you will want to visit many of the other great theme parks this destination has to offer, if you’re an animal lover you’ll want to head to SeaWorld, roller coaster junkies will want to head to Busch Gardens and if you’re travelling in summer you will definitely want to experience at least on water park, be it Universal’s water park Wet n Wild or SeaWorld’s Aquatica. However, instead of buying tickets for each of these parks in addition to your Universal tickets, it is most cost efficient to purchase tickets that will grant you access to your desired combination of theme parks over the duration of your holiday.
Combo tickets, or multi park tickets combine a selection of theme park tickets for one price, as opposed to purchasing each ticket separately – which always works out far more expensive. With any good ticket broker you’ll be able to choose from an array of multi park tickets that will grant you access to your desired theme parks over the duration of your holiday. But remember, if you want to head to the Harry Potter theme park, Universal tickets must be included in your combo ticket.