My recent Back to the Future experience at Universal Orlando reminded me why non-ride attractions still matter

I don't know anyone else, but when I was a kid, going to theme park shows wasn't exactly a priority. In my opinion, this was a waste of really good ride time, especially since I grew up a fan of roller coasters and had to spend that time in line waiting for the ride.

However, as I grew up, I began to appreciate attractions without rides even more. So much so that on my last trip to Universal Orlando Resort, I was prepared for a week Back to the Future-related moment that blew me away. I want to share this moment with all of you, along with another magical theme park moment I experienced during the same visit that reminded me why character and show attractions are still important to the ecosystem we call theme parks.

(Image credit: Universal Pictures)

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