New details revealed for Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure
Following last month’s announcement of the upcoming Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure, Universal Orlando has released a new video, featuring Harry Potter film franchise alum Tom Felton revealing new details about the newest attraction coming to the theme park. The ride will be part of Universal’s popular and immersive The Wizarding World of Harry Potter experience which will be available starting June 13. Check out the video below!
Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure will be set in the iconic Forbidden Forrest with the loveable Hagrid guiding you through the thrilling journey. Alan Gilmore, known as the Art director for the Harry Potter films, was the one responsible for bringing the magical Forrest to life by planting more than a thousand live trees.
“It features the most amazing new environments, never seen before, highest levels of storytelling and the best use of technology throughout.” Gilmore said. “I promise you, it’ll bee the most highly themed, immersive outdoor coaster experience ever created.
Here are the details on what the guests should expect the ride to be:
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter first opened in 2010 with Hogsmeade, which marks the moment Universal Orlando Resort brought the wonder, excitement and adventure of Harry Potter to life for the first time. The expansion of the global phenomenon continued in 2014 with the launch of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter – Diagon Alley at Universal Studios Florida, which allowed guests to experience even more extraordinary moments from Harry Potter’s ever-expanding world of magic and butterbeer.
As an added bonus, the Hogwarts Express connects both of the attractions, providing guests the opportunity to board the iconic train and relive Harry’s unforgettable journey. In doing so, Universal Orlando has created the world’s first centrally themed, multi-park experience.
You can board Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure at Universal Orlando starting June 13.