Mardi Gras: International Flavors of Carnaval starts today at Universal Studios. We got to have a preview of the brand new Tribute Store and it’s beautiful! There are different themed rooms. This year they are:
- A hopping jazz parlor straight out of the 1920s with dueling pianos and bellowing brass
- A flower-filled nautical cemetery, where many sea captains were laid to rest
- A waterfront warehouse, where all manner of smuggled treasures and trinkets are stashed
- A firefly-lit swamp, where the remains of famed pirate Jean Lafitte’s long-lost ship “The Pride” lie.
The Jazz Parlor is a fun room with music playing and the feel off old school jazz. Some masks and feather boas are available to purchase.
This room was beautiful! The Wisteria hanging from the ceiling and the peaceful sounds of crickets and frogs. There is a wall of gravestones for Captains and a cemetery in the back. This didn’t detour from the peaceful ambiance of the room.
This is a pirates warehouse full off treasure and supplies. Fun pirate-themed Mardi Gras gear is available to purchase. It sounds like you’re by the sea and you can hear seagulls.
This fun area is also pretty. Here you can get some delicious food and snacks.
Still can’t get enough? Watch the full walkthrough below!
Mardi Gras: International Flavors of Carnaval starts today and runs until March 28th. Be sure to check out the Tribute Store while visiting.