Universal Reveals Expansion into Nevada & Texas With Two New Concepts

Say hello to Universal Parks and Resorts newest addition: TWO new attractions in Texas and Nevada. 

The development planned for Frisco, Texas will be a one-on-a-kind theme park specifically designed to inspire fun for families with young children. The rendering, pictured above, shows a lush landscape with various immersive experiences. No word yet on what the themes will be inside the park, but you can be it will be something extremely well done! 

Frisco, located in northern Texas, was chosen because of the city's growing population and ability to attract businesses to the area. 

And in Nevada, the company announced a PERMANENT horror attraction in Las Vegas! The must stop horror destination will be a 20-acre expansion to the already massive Area15, which opened in 2020. 

"Universal has long defined the horror genre with its classic films featuring iconic characters such as Frankenstein, Dracula, The Mummy and the Wolf Man – and redefined modern horror and suspense stories through collaborations with such high-profile filmmakers as Jason Blum, James Wan and Jordan Peele," read the company's press release. "Only Universal could ignite the thrill of and excitement of this genre in full scale and three dimensions."