When Universal Studios Florida first opened, there was some criticism about the lack of attractions geared towards children. Woody Woodpecker’s KidZone fixed that issue with a combination of live shows like A Day in the Park with Barney and Animal Actors on Location and playgrounds like Curious George Goes to Town and Fievel’s Playland. Add in the family style roller coaster, Woody Woodpecker’s Nuthouse Coaster, with the classic E.T. Adventure and you have the somewhat successful and extremely outdated KidZone. Don’t expect much in terms of dining, but the photo opportunities within the ET and SpongeBob Storepants gift shops are definitely worth checking out.