A Day in the Park with Barney in Universal Studios Florida
A Day in the Park with Barney Show Description
A Day in the Park with Barney is a family friendly musical show featuring Barney and his friends BJ and Baby Bop. The audience is encouraged to participate by singing and clapping along with the beat. The actual show begins with a short pre-show that includes songs and jokes. The audience is then ushered into an indoor space called Barney's Theater where the actual show is held. This theater features a stage in a park-like area. Seating consists of backless park benches. Barney and friends sing several songs during the show before finishing with Barney's famous theme song ("I Love You, You Love Me").
When the show is over, everyone is invited to line up for a meet and greet with Barney. Kids can also play in Barney's Backyard, an interactive play area for small children. The play area includes a train and a treehouse as well as things to climb through. Guests can also visit The Barney Shop, a nearby shop that sells Barney-themed apparel and toys.
Show times vary depending on the day; check the park map at the entrance of Universal Studios Florida to see show times.
A Day in the Park with Barney Show History
A Day in the Park with Barney opened in Woody Woodpecker's KidZone in Universal Studios Florida in July of 1995.
Express Passes are accepted for A Day in the Park with Barney.
Guests may remain in wheelchairs or electronic conveyance vehicles (ECVs). Assistive listening is available through headsets available in Guest Services. The show is also interpreted with sign language.
- There is a stroller parking lot next to A Day in the Park with Barney. It's a good place to store your stroller (if the lot isn't full).
- Barney's Backyard play area is accessible through The Barney Shop. So, if you'd like to skip the show, you can still visit the play area.
Review of a Day In The Park With Barney
A Day in the Park with Barney is designed to appeal to kids and fans of Barney. We do not really fall into this demographic, and we are not fans of Barney, so we normally skip this show when we visit Universal. However, we do think that the show would be fun for most small kids. We also think it is a good length; it is short enough that kids will not lose interest, but long enough that parents get a chance to sit and relax before moving on to the next adventure.
A Day in the Park with Barney Image Gallery
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