My VIP tour in Universal Studio – Autism Awarness

There is no doubt that theme parks are heaven for kids and a great way for families to bond together, however for kids on the spectrum it can deliver potential crisis situations and meltdowns. Since my autistic son loves being in amusement parks, I am always trying to seek for creative ways to make a positive experience and prevent my child getting lost or being in anxiety situations.

Universal studio ViP tour – The best experience we ever had:

The VIP tour at Universal Studio Orlando was beyond all our expectation.

Since we had only one day to explore the huge park, the VIP tour was the ultimate solution, it covers everything we wanted to see, without waiting in the long lines , which is potential trigger for my kid meltdowns.  It also reduces the stress factor to the tour, because the professional guide creates the schedule for us according to our preference and explained what are we going to see., while learning some really cool facts about all the themes and rides.

About our tour:

Our tour guide Demi was amazing and made all the experience unforgettable. Demi was so kind and friendly; she knows so much about the park and related movies. Her enthusiasm and passion was undoubtable. She made my kids feel special and was very patient with my son’s needs.

The VIP Tour at Universal Studio is truly a VIP Experience and defiantly worth the money. Its saves you time and energy , No need to check the map , waiting on the lines, while deciding where to go or where to eat .

The VIP tour guide included the following:

  • 2 theme parks included – Universal Studio and Universal Islands of adventure
  • Complimentary valet parking
  • Priority front-of-the-line access to rides and attractions, including entry to the behind scenes
  • Complimentary breakfast and lunch, which was also super delicious
  • Discount at the shops and food

I was so delightful seeing my kids having so much fun at the park. I loved watching their reactions to new rides. Their happiness just made my day.

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