Join us on a lights-on tour of The Cabin in the Woods haunted house at Halloween Horror Nights 23. The tour explains elements of the attraction that you might overlook. For example, the arrow points to a raven on the porch. This year, there’s one raven for guests to find as an Easter Egg at each of the houses.
This article follows the normal house route from beginning to end. Some scares are revealed here. If you prefer to be surprised, read this article later! We also want to warn you that some of the images are very graphic.
They say one way to tell if you are being observed through a two-way mirror is to see how your finger looks against it. A normal mirror has a pane of glass between the reflective surface. A two-way mirror tends to have the reflective surface facing you, and your finger will make direct contact with its reflection.
All month-long Universal plans to have different live characters from previous Horror Nights scaring guests here.
Here’s a walk-through of the whole house using infrared, taken with special permission by Universal during regular operating hours:
This tour was part of an “Unmasking the Horror” tour. This year Universal offers two different versions of the tour. Each version visits three houses. If you take both tours in one day you’ll see six of the eight houses. A regular day park ticket is not required to take a tour. Each tour is $59.99 separately, plus tax. Or both in a single day for $99.99, plus tax. Details at halloweenhorrornights.com.