Shrek 4-D

Shrek 4-D | Universal Studios Florida | Universal Orlando Resort

This attraction has officially been retired by Universal Orlando Resort. In it’s place is Villain-Con Minion Blast.

As you put on your ogre vision glasses for Shrek 4-D, this attraction comes to life in great ways! Join Shrek and Donkey on another adventure to rescue Princess Fiona – again. Taking place between the original Shrek movie and the sequel, Lord Farquaad has returned as a ghost to kidnap Fiona for his revenge.

Ride Description

Opening Day: June 12, 2003

Type of Ride: 3D/4D Experience

Age Recommendation: All Ages (under 48″ must be accompanied by a supervising companion)

Ride Duration: 20 Minutes

Typical Wait Time: 10 – 45 Minutes (varies on crowd size/season)

Single Rider Line: No

Express Pass: Yes

Child Swap: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes (as well as service animals)

Type of Vehicle: Interactive Seating (stationary seats available)

Ride Photo: No



Nearby Attractions: Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit & Despicable Me Minion Mayhem

Dining: Mel’s Drive-In

Shopping: Shrek’s Ye Olde Souvenir Shop, Hello Kitty Store, & Betty Boop Store

Did You Know?

  • The same voices you hear in the ride are the same actors who voiced the characters in the original Shrek Movies.
  • There are 2 theatres, one for Express Pass users and the other for those without the Express Pass.
  • To prepare for the Halloween Horror Nights season, one of the theatres closes from the beginning of the summer through the season, therefore wait times may be a little higher during this season.

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