It’s been a long time! We’re back with March’s photo update around CityWalk and Universal Studios Hollywood! We take a look around inside the park for our first photo update in nearly a year, checking out Super Nintendo World and Halloween Horror Nights construction.

Photos by Eli Weiss

Let’s get started!

Park Update Index

» Toothsome Chocolate Emporium Construction
» Kirby and the Forgotten Land Nintendo Switch Pop Up event
» Super Nintendo World
» Halloween Horror Nights 2022 Construction

Toothsome Chocolate Emporium Construction

Construction continues on the Toothsome Chocolate Emporium & Savory Feast Kitchen. The restaurant was set to originally open in CityWalk sometime in 2021 but was delayed due to the pandemic. No timeframe has been given to the current opening date.

Kirby and the Forgotten Land Nintendo Switch Pop Up event

This past weekend, Nintendo celebrated the release of the new video game, Kirby and the Forgotten Land, with a walkthrough experience at CityWalk.

Super Nintendo World

Progress on Super Nintendo World is starting to become more prominent as theme elements have begun to be installed inside the land, including around Bowser’s Castle.

Feature Presentation is set to debut with Super Nintendo World merchandise but is still closed as of now. Once open, guests will have a chance to purchase Mario and Luigi-themed apparel and merchandise.

Halloween Horror Nights 2022 Construction

Halloween is off to an early start in Hollywood. Despite no announcements for this year’s event as of yet, construction has started for 3 maze locations.

Over in the Curious George Parking Lot, the facade to the maze is just about complete, along with the outer shells of the maze closing off the inside content of the tent.

Over in the Revenge of the Mummy queue, the maze’s facade and exit area is currently getting constructed.

Lastly, walls have started to go up in the Parisian Courtyard.

That’ll do it for this month’s photo update. As always, we wish you well and thank you for following our continuing coverage of Universal Parks and Resorts.