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Seuss Landing

Seuss Landing at Universal's Islands of Adventure.

Seuss Landing at Universal's Islands of Adventure.

Island of Adventure’s version of a “kiddie section,” Seuss Landing offers attractions and merchandise designed for young children. Attractions in this island are based on some of the more famous books of author Dr. Seuss including The Cat in the Hat, If I Ran the Zoo, Green Eggs and Ham, One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish and others. Visitors to this whimsical island will soon discover that, true to the Dr. Seuss books, there are few to straight lines in the area. This island is also where guests can find the ever popular “Thing 1″ and “Thing 2″ t-shirts and other Seuss-themed merchandise.

OI fun fact
Did you know that there are no straight lines in Seuss Landing? Even the trees were brought in from a hurricane-stricken area off the coast, making them as twisted as the rest of this island. Check out the photos at the end of the gallery below!

Enjoy our photo gallery of the sights to see around this area of the park, followed by our interactive map. When you are ready to learn more, use the navigation links at the top or bottom of the page to explore the individual attractions.

Be sure to visit these pages for additional information:
IOA – history, misconceptions & layout
Characters at Universal Orlando
Visiting Islands of Adventure with kids



Seuss Landing – photo gallery

Click any image to view it full-screen. When the full-screen image is open, click to the right to advance through the gallery.


Seuss Landing – map

Click any marker to display the attraction or venue name. To scroll or zoom, use the controls on the top-left of the map. You may also switch to different map views by using the buttons on the top-right of the map.

The attractions and venues in Seuss Landing have a pink marker.


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