Universal Studio – Springfield


I’m not a huge Simpsons fan myself, but visiting Springfield and going on the Simpson’s ride really changed my impression on the show. I liked everything about it. The Simpson’s ride was great and Springfield was a fun place to hang out and have lunch.

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Since Krusty Burger was packed on the first day, we went for Tacos at Bumble Bee Man’s Tacos. We waited almost 40 minutes because the service was quite slow and not to mention the line was long too.


We ordered the fish tacos and it was pretty good. The food at Universal isn’t great, but we were there more for the decor anyways so we didn’t mind it.


I took some photos around Springfield while Bill waited at the food truck.

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The weather was nice, but it was surprisingly chilly around the park. We went on the President’s Day long weekend and Valentine’s day was Saturday so the park was packed with people.

I bought a couple of of items at Kwik-E-Mart. This was my favorite thing I bought at the park:

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We didn’t see any costume characters at Springfield. It was mostly statues. In fact, there aren’t that many characters walking around the park to take photos with compared to Disney World. Although we did take photos with Spongebob, Gru, Bart and Marge.





We couldn’t squeeze into Krusty Burger, so we decided we would go early the next day and head over to Springfield as soon as we finished riding the Gringott’s escape ride at Diagon Alley. We decided not take our camera with us the next day since it slowed things down (we had to use lockers for the Harry Potter rides).

Next post will be about Krusty Burger!


Thanks for reading!