“Legend of the Lost: Nickelodeon Studios in Orlando” is coming to the Orange County Regional History Center’s Lunch & Learn program on April 1, 2022.
Kids growing up in the 1990s dreamed of getting doused in green slime and dodging temple guards, compliments of the television network, Nickelodeon.
Whether it was sliming celebrities on the hit show “You Can’t Do That On Television” or producing animated classics such as “Rugrats,” “Hey, Arnold,” “CatDog,” and “The Fairly OddParents,” or live-action game shows such as “Legends of the Hidden Temple,” Nickelodeon made its name as edgy, fun children’s programming.
Assisting in the rise of brand’s the popularity, Nickelodeon Studios production studio and theme park attraction opened at Universal Studios Florida in Orlando, as a studio used to film shows and as an attraction for theme park guests.
Less than fifteen years after its grand opening, Nickelodeon Studios shut down.
On April 1, the Orlando Regional History Center will present “Legend of the Lost: Nickelodeon Studios in Orlando,” revisiting the shows, experiences, and brand that shaped a generation.
The luncheon explores the rise and fall of Nickelodeon Studios in Orlando, and can be enjoyed virtually or in person.
Orange County Regional History Center members can attend or watch for free. The cost for non-members is $5 without lunch, $8 with lunch.
Lunch must be ordered 24 hours in advance by calling 407-836-8556 or by emailing [email protected].
To book tickets, visit OrangeCountyHistoryCenter.org.