Visitors could travel from King's Cross station in Universal Studios Florida to Hogsmeade station Islands of Adventure, or vice-versa. After riding over to the other park, you will need to wait in line at that station for the return trip — no round-trips. If you don't have a Park-to-Park ticket, attendants at both stations are available to upgrade your one-park-per-day ticket to Park-to-Park. (And reports from visitors said they were doing brisk business today.)
Since the ride is now (soft-)opened to the public, we've opened our listing pages for these rides, so Theme Park Insider readers who have ridden can submit ratings and reviews:
The on-board show is different in each direction, so we've created a separate page for each route, listed in the park where it begins.
Just reminder that while any Theme Park Insider can rate attractions listed on the site, only registered members can post reviews. Why not take a moment to register so you can help share your opinions and help other theme park visitors? It's free, and registration allows you to join in the discussion on our forum, and to share photos on the site, too.
Not visiting Orlando this week? You still can enjoy the Hogwarts Express with our video tour, including the complete on-ride experience from King's Cross to Hogsmeade:
While the Hogwarts Express is open, Universal's listing it as "in technical rehearsals," meaning that it could close again at any time. Also, Diagon Alley remains closed to most park visitors for now, open only to Universal Orlando hotel guests with assigned visiting times. Both the Hogwarts Express and Diagon Alley open officially to all on July 8.Tweet
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