Back in May last year, Orlando Park Stop’s Alicia Stella posted a detailed article which suggested that both the British Ministry of Magic and Fantastic Beasts may be a part of Universal’s Epic Universe’s Wizarding World land.
In the article, Stella discusses a variety of topics including the land’s layout, buildings, and the British Ministry of Magic attraction. Interesting excepts from Stella’s article can be found below, you can read her article in full here.
The image below, produced by Stella, offers a look at Epic Universe’s Wizarding World land:
The red structure may house the British Ministry of Magic attraction. The green structure may house the French Ministry attraction, and the blue structures may be shops, dining etc.
“The red area will contain the British Ministry, what I believe might be a theater attraction, and at least one interior street area. The green area will be the French Ministry. And the blue areas may be themed as outdoor Parisian streets with shops and some dining.”Alicia Stella, Orlando Park Stop
According to Stella, the theater attraction remains a mystery at this time. However, the established theme park writer offers a few details about the British Ministry of Magic attraction:
“The theater attraction remains a mystery as of now, as do the ride systems for the other two attractions. I am confident in a few new details about the British Ministry of Magic attraction at this time though. It looks like we will be entering the Ministry through a series of Floo network fireplaces, emerging on the other side inside of the Ministry’s grand hallway of fireplaces.
Inside the atrium will be the ride’s entrance on the left and its exit on the right. To exit the Ministry you can go back to the fireplaces, but use the ones on the opposite wall from where you entered. It’s not clear what you exit out of, but they could be themed as a row of phone booths on the outside—or probably just more fireplaces.
The entry and exit to the British Ministry looks to be contained within the large show building (red in the map image above,) even though you may be walking through what might appear to be an outside street to get to the attraction. Perhaps there may be some sort of magic trickery in play, such as a Portkey, to get us from France to London as we enter the large show building.”Alicia Stella, Orlando Park Stop
Last month, Stella posted a detailed article about the attraction which may be housed in the French Ministry building. The attraction itself is rumoured to be a Flying Broomstick Virtual Reality attraction. You can find out more here.
From this point on, we’re going to direct you to Stella’s article to find out more.
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