Universal Orlando Resort will open a fourth theme park, Universal’s Epic Universe, on a 750-acre site a few miles south of its existing Florida parks.
Universal Parks & Resorts chairman and CEO Tom Williams said Epic Universe will be “the most immersive and innovative theme park we have ever created.”
“Universal’s Epic Universe will take guests on a journey where beloved stories expand into vibrant lands — and where that journey is as much a part of their adventure as the ultimate destination,” Universal said in a statement.
The park site is south of Sand Lake Road and east of Universal Boulevard. Universal is investing $160 million to extend Kirkman Road to its new park location.
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