Universal Studios Hollywood Concept Art – Ride Design Warehouse

Universal Studios Hollywood Concept ArtSee below for Universal Studios Hollywood Concept Art. The original movie studio Theme Park, Universal Studios Hollywood has thrilled guests since the 60’s with its World famous Studio Tour, which eventually expanded into a fully fledged Theme Park. We’ve discussed Universal Studios Hollywood extensively here at Theme Park Investigator, and it would be safe to say that this is one of the most unique Theme Parks in the World.


Now replaced, Backdraft stood as a testament to physical effects in Theme Park attractions (as we discussed here). The attraction has now been replaced by Transformers the Ride 3D.

Universal Studios Hollywood Backdraft Concept Art

Publicity concept showing the fiery warehouse explosion scene from the attraction.

Fast and the Furious: Extreme Close-Up

Currently closed, the much maligned attraction on the Studio Tour has been boring fans to death for many a year now. The status of the attraction is currently unknown, but it is standing but not operating.

Universal Studios Hollywood Concept Art

Concept showing the explosion scene from the attraction.

Jurassic Park River Adventure

Costing more than the Jurassic Park movie, Jurassic Park River Adventure is a huge, one of a kind attraction (though now replicated admittedly), built into one of Universal Studios Hollywood’s many hillsides. The attraction dominates the Lower Lot, and is the perfect way to cool off in the blistering LA heat.

Jurassic Park River Adventure Concept Art

Concept showing an overview of the Jurassic Park River Adventure.

Terminator 2:3D – Battle Across Time

Now closed, T2:3D broke new ground when it premiered in 1999. Continuing on where the movie left off, guests were taken into the future with the Terminator himself in order to destroy Skynet. An awesome attraction that will be missed. T2:3D will replaced by Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem in 2014.

Terminator 2 3D Concept Art

A concept of the theatre portion of the attraction, showcasing the 3D elements that broke new ground in 1999.

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