Universal Orlando Crowd Calendar

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We’re currently working to upgrade our crowd calendars. As a result, some features may be missing and the current information may be outdated.

Crowd calendars are useful for planning vacations because they help to provide an idea of possible crowd levels throughout the year. The crowd calendar on this page is designed specifically for Universal Orlando’s two amazing theme parks—Universal Studios Florida and Universal’s Islands of Adventure—and can help you decide when it’s best to visit the resort. To further enhance your vacation, we suggest using our FREE Universal Orlando planning guide for tips, resort information, in-depth touring plans, and guides designed to help you get the most out of your trip.

To view Universal Orlando’s theme park hours, click here. If you have any comments or would like to report a problem, please contact us.

NOTE: This crowd calendar is based on predictions; it is not guaranteed to be accurate. Crowd predictions are more likely to be precise as the date approaches. This crowd calendar does not cover Universal’s Volcano Bay or Halloween Horror Nights.

Last updated: June 14, 2018

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[mks_icon icon=”fa-angle-right” color=”#0288d1″ type=”fa”] A green vertical bar displayed on the left side of a park name indicates that crowds will likely be light. This is a great time to take advantage of shorter wait times for open rides and attractions.
[mks_icon icon=”fa-angle-right” color=”#0288d1″ type=”fa”] A yellow vertical bar displayed on the left side of a park name indicates that the park will most likely have average wait times and will not be quiet nor busy.
[mks_icon icon=”fa-angle-right” color=”#0288d1″ type=”fa”] A red vertical bar displayed on the left side of a park name indicates that the park will either be slightly busy or very busy. You should expect long wait times. Universal Express, which allows you to skip the regular lines at participating rides and attractions, is recommended.

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