Around a week ago, the entrance to Jurassic World VelociCoaster at Universal’s Islands of Adventure was unveiled. The photo below show a Jurassic World archway being built on the other side of the highly-anticipated roller coaster.
According to WDWNT’s Shannen Michaelsen, the archway is one end of the bridge bypass which connects Jurassic Park and the Lost Continent at Universal’s Islands of Adventure.
It’s not easy to see at the moment among construction, however the archway might be the same one seen in the VelociCoaster concept art (see below).
This particular archway is marginally different to the Jurassic Park one which exists in Islands of Adventure. At this time, there are two columns on either side of the bridge.
In the meantime, the bridge itself was given a new coat of brown paint, which makes the area looks a lot smarter.
VelociCoaster is set to open this summer at Islands of Adventure.
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