Universal Studios Hollywood Welcomes ‘Wholiday’ Season

The Grinch is set to deck the halls at Universal Studios Hollywood as “Grinchmas” returns to The Entertainment Capital of L.A. with “Whobilation” throughout the theme park.

It features The Grinch and his faithful dog Max, a lively performance at the original “Who-ville” movie sets aboard the Studio Tour and a soaring “Grinchmas” tree at the heart of the park’s all-new Universal Plaza.

“Grinchmas” begins Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28 and continues on weekends through Dec. 15, then daily from Dec. 20 through Dec. 31 and is included in the price of theme park admission.

Aboard the behind-the-scenes Studio Tour, fans of the film, “Dr. Seuss’ “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” will have the chance to enjoy a close-up view of the original Who-ville film sets with a performance by a Who’s Who of Who-ville re-enacting memorable scenes and songs from the film.

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As families prepare for holiday gift giving, Universal Studios Hollywood’s “Buy A Day, Get 2014 Free” annual pass returns, offering visits throughout 2014 for the price of a single day’s admission.

Guests who purchase the “Buy A Day, Get 2014 Free” pass can return to experience Universal Studios Hollywood’s thrill rides, including “Transformers: The Ride—3D” and the new “Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem” attraction opening in Spring 2014.

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