Poseidon’s Fury

Poseidon's Fury

Poseidon’s Fury is a live-action attraction you won’t want to miss. As you walk through the Temple of Poseidon you make your way deeper below sea level. Pretty soon guests will be in the cross fire of Poseidon, God of the Sea and Lord Darkenon’s epic battle. Poseidon’s Fury includes all types of special effects the whole family will love.

This attraction has closed to make way for another new and exciting adventure.

Ride Information  Location  Fun Facts

Ride Information

Opening Day: 1999

Type of Ride: Live Action

Age Recommendation: All Ages

Ride Duration: 25 Minutes

Typical Wait Time: 20-30 Minutes

Single Rider Line: No

Express PassYes

Child Swap: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Ride Photo: No


Ride Restrictions

Height RequirementsSupervising companion required for guests under 48″(121.9cm).

Wheelchair Restrictions: None – Guests using both standard or ECV wheelchairs are welcome.


Nearby Attractions: The Mystic Fountain | The High in the Sky Seuss Trolley Train Ride!

Dining: Fire Eater’s Grill | Mythos Restaurant

Shopping: Treasures of Poseidon | Mythical Metals

Did You Know?

  • This ride uses 4 types of lasers, and over 200 flame effects.
  • Poseidon’s Fury has been a part of Universal Orlando Resort attractions since Islands of Adventure opened in 1999.
  • In Poseidon’s Fury you will walk through a water vortex. In order to bring this aspect of the attraction to reality the creators designed the water to shoot at speeds of 100mph. Thus, creating the vortex effect.

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