Universal Studios Beijing

Amusement park in China

Universal Studios Beijing
Tongzhou, Beijing, China
Status Operating
Opened 20 September 2021
Operator Universal Parks & Resorts
Website https://www.universalbeijingresort.com/en/

Universal Studios Beijing (Chinese: 北京环球度假区; pinyin: Běijīng Huánqiú Dùjiàqū), commonly known as Universal Beijing, is an upcoming Chinese theme park and entertainment resort complex based in Beijing. The resort is operated by Universal Parks & Resorts. It is owned by NBCUniversal, a division of Comcast, and Beijing Shouhuan Cultural Tourism Investment.

Universal Beijing Resort consists of two theme parks (Universal Studios Beijing and a second planned theme park), a water park, a shopping, dining and entertainment complex (Universal CityWalk Beijing), and six hotels.


The park was set to open in May 2021,[1] but this was delayed to 5 July. The opening was pushed back once again, and the park opened on 20 September 2021.[2]


The park is served by a dedicated station on the Beijing Subway, which is the terminus of Line 7 and the Ba Tong line.

Roller coasters

Name Manufacturer Type Opened
Decepticoaster Bolliger & Mabillard Launched 2021
Flight of the Hippogriff Mack Rides Family 2021
Jurassic Flyers Mack Rides Inverted 2021
Loop-Dee-Doop-Dee Golden Horse Family 2021


  1. Davis-Friedman, Samantha (14 October 2020). "Universal Beijing Resort president shares new updates on resort experience". Attractions Magazine. Retrieved 28 October 2020.
  2. "Universal Beijing to Hold Grand Opening on September 20th". NewsPlusNotes. 2021-09-01. Retrieved 2021-09-04.

External links

Theme parks operated by Universal Destinations & Experiences