Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Hollywood is really taking shape.
Several weeks after the Super Nintendo World marquee sign was installed above the land’s entrance, work on its entrance path has started.
As you can see in the below photo, the entrance tunnel is very easy to see. However, it hasn’t been painted yet (remains grey).
The marquee and the colourful blocks it sits on are protected by plastic covers while work continues.
Some scaffolding remains inside the land itself. However, work on the exteriors is “mostly” complete.
The photo below shows a construction crew member working in a cherry picker on a wall beneath the pyramids.
As you can see in the above photo, two cranes are parked in the land. Crew members have been working tirelessly to put the final touches on Bowser’s Castle.
As the photo below shows, a green-scrimmed fence blocks the entrance to Super Nintendo World near Transformers: The Ride 3D.
When looking through the scrim, a WDWNT contributor could see two crew members working on the entrance area. The established outlet’s contributor captured the photo below:
As you can see in the photo above, wood planks create an unfinished sidewalk structure on the ground. A stack of “wood flats” sits next to the tunnel. If you look closely, you’ll be able to spot a temporary fence and ladder inside the tunnel.
Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Hollywood set to open next year, 2023.