Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Universal Studios Florida Conjures Secret Fantastic Beasts Location for Die-Hard Fans

Universal Studios Florida Fantastic Beasts Location
Universal Orlando Resort's wizarding world lands are always finding new ways to cast a Potter spell at their vacation destinations in Orlando, Florida. Now the park has conjured a hidden gem for guests to find inspired by the magical franchise's latest installment.

As most theme park enthusiasts and Potterheads are aware, two big adventures await within Diagon Alley at Universal Studios Florida and Hogsmeade at Islands of Adventures. Stepping out of the wizarding world of both theme parks lies a fantastical secret.

UPDATED: Unfortunately, this attraction has currently been removed from Universal Orlando Resort. The clues that were previously available have been taken down. Nevertheless, this site offered an amazing homage to the Fantastic Beasts's spin-off. Hope you enjoy!

Fantastic Beasts The Blind Pig
Straight out of the spin-off series Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them invites a bewitching photo opportunity at Universal Studios Florida. Posters and flyers from the 1920s are painted across a doorway and brick wall inspired by the film's magical speakeasy called The Blind Pig.

The new site brings to life a scene where Newt Scamander is led by his new friends Tina and Queenie Goldstein to a wizarding underground bar. They can only gain access by flashing their wands where the hidden entrance is revealed. The scene is similar to when Hagrid leads Harry into Diagon Alley after the young boy discovers he is a wizard.

Please be aware this stop along your magical journey at Wizarding World of Harry Potter is not an actual attraction like a ride or restaurant. The door does not open to a nightclub as it does in the movie. (Not yet anyways but one can hope!)

Here's a closer look at some of the other bewitching acts one could catch in the Fantastic Beasts world. A show with fifteen continuous vaudeville acts is quite the feat! And I wonder what tunes "No That's Not My Toothbrush" and "Man Hungry" sound like. Graphic designers Mina Lima and J.K. Rowling never seem to run out of spectacular ideas.

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