ORLANDO -- Universal Studios in Florida is preparing to close an attraction that has been thrilling guests for more than 21 years.

Terminator 2: 3-D will have its final shows on Sunday, Oct. 8.

It will be replaced by “an all-new live action experience based on a high-energy Universal franchise,” the company posted on its site.

The new attraction will open in 2019.

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“This is one of many exciting new experiences coming to Universal Orlando Resort as we continue our epic growth. Stay tuned -- more details will be released soon.”

If you can't make it to Florida before Terminator 2: 3-D's final day, you can watch the experience here:

Here’s how Universal Orlando describes the experience of Terminator 2: 3-D:

Sit back for a fascinating presentation by Cyberdyne Systems, creators of Skynet artificial intelligence. But don't get too comfy. The cyborgs on display have planned a surprise attack and they're coming after YOU.

As you join forces with the Terminator to battle rogue cyborgs, you'll be thrown into a mix of live action stunts, special effects, and amazing 3-D filmmaking. Dodge plasma blasts. Feel objects whooshing past you. And become completely immersed in the 360-degree action of this thrilling apocalyptic adventure. Mark our words, you'll be back.

Universal Studios Hollywood closed their version of Terminator 2: 3-D in 2012 to make room for the Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem motion simulator attraction.