Universal Orlando Offers Look Inside the Mardi Gras Tribute Store

Building made to look like it belongs in New Orleans. The worlds Tribute STore, Royal Street Jazz Preservation Hall are on the marquis

Universal Orlando has just given fans a first look inside the new Mardi Gras Tribute Store opening on Saturday, February 6th!

The video features some of the upcoming merchandise for the event too!

It starts off with the coat room of a club.

Then goes into the musical area.

Then we are off into what looks like a cemetery type area.

Then we enter a ship.

Pirates are a theme this year.

Onto the hallway to the food area

Then you enter into the food area that seems to be themed to shipwrecks.

The food / beverage stalls are:

Sweet Treasures

Mystery Gumbo

Shipwrecked Pirate Skulls:

And Bayou Bites

There are two of the blow mold type machines making “wax” items.

Wax Skulls

Wax Pirate Ship

Both seem to be $6 each.

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: Universal Orlando

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