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Islands of Adventure Concept Art – Ride Design Warehouse

See below for Islands of Adventure Concept Art. Islands of Adventure is Universal Orlando Resort’s second gate, and opened in 1999, along with Universal CityWalk, expanding the lone Universal Studios Florida Park into a World class Resort destination. The Park features seven distinct Islands, each based around a specific franchise or theme, which include Dr. Seuss, The Lost Continent, Jurassic Park, Toon Lagoon (based on the works of Jay Ward), Marvel Superhero Island and the wildly successful Wizarding World of Harry Potter, the Park’s most recent expansion.

The Park ranks amongst the top Parks in the World, and the addition of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter has propelled the Park into the top ten most attended in the World.

The Park

Marvel Superhero Island Concept Art

A very early concept of Marvel Superhero Island.

Marvel Superhero Island Concept Art

A concept showing the Incredible Hulk Coaster.

Marvel Superhero Island Concept Art

A concept showing the Amazing Adventures of Spiderman, consistently rated amongst the best rides in the World.

Toon Lagoon Concept Art

A concept showing Dudley Do-Right’s Ripsaw Falls, part of the Park’s Toon Lagoon Island.

Lost Continent Concept Art

A concept showing Duelling Dragons, the original incarnation of Dragon Challenge, which was rethemed as part of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter.

Lost Continent Concept Art

Another concept of Poseidon’s Fury, tying in one of the Lost Continent’s central themes; Dragons.

Lost Continent Concept Art

A concept of Poseidon’s Fury, one of the Lost Continent’s dark rides.

Lost Continent Concept Art

Another concept of the Lost Continent.

Lost Continent Concept Art

A concept of the Lost Continent, one of the Park’s Islands.

Seuss Landing Concept Art

A concept showing One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish, Seuss Landing’s spinner ride.

Seuss Landing Concept Art

A concept showing the Cat in the Hat, Seuss Landing’s dark ride.

Seuss Landing Concept Art

A concept showing Seuss Landing, one of the Parks Islands.

Port of Entry Concept Art

A concept showing Port of Entry, the entrance to the Park.

Islands of Adventure Concept Art

Another overview of the Park.

Islands of Adventure Concept Art

A concept showing an overview of the Park.

Popeye and Bluto's Bilge Rat Barges Concept Art

A concept showing the entrance of Popeye and Bluto’s Bilge Rat Barges.

Popeye and Bluto's Bilge Rat Barges Concept Art

Another concept showing Popeye and Bluto’s Bilge Rat Barges.

Jurassic Park Concept Art

A concept showing Jurassic Park, one of the Park’s Islands.

Jurassic Park Concept Art

A concept showing Pteranodon Flyers, which travels around Jurassic Park.

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Never Built Attractions

See below for Concept Art of the Jurassic Park Jeep Adventure, a long rumoured but never built attraction, which would have been part of the Jurassic Park Island area of the Park:

Jurassic Park Jeep Ride Concept Art

A concept showing the ride vehicle from the Jurassic Park Jeep Ride.

Jurassic Park Jeep Ride Concept Art

A concept showing the Jurassic Park Jeep Ride.

Jurassic Park Jeep Ride Concept Art

A concept showing the Jurassic Park Jeep Ride.

Jurassic Park Jeep Ride Concept Art

A concept showing the Jurassic Park Jeep Ride.

Superman Ride Islands of Adventure

Designed by the Goddard Group, this attraction was an original concept for Islands of Adventure, before the rights to the Marvel characters were secured.

Ride Designs

See below for specific ride designs from Islands of Adventure:

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