The ‘80s are back with a vengeance for this year’s Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando Resort. Guests can now purchase tickets and packages to experience new horrifying offerings inspired by the best frights of the era.
Guests will take on 10 themed haunted houses based on many properties, including Netflix’s “Stranger Things” seasons 2 and 3, Universal Pictures’ “Universal Monsters,” and other cult favorites. Original houses created by Universal’s Entertainment team will also be featured, like “Nightingales: Blood Pit” and “Depths of Fear.” Five scare zones will be scattered throughout the park, each with their own team of scareactors. Select rides will also be operational for those looking for a break from the scares.
More details on this year’s event and lineup will be released soon.
As for tickets, guests can save up to $53 on a single-night ticket when booking online, and can experience even more fear with a multi-day ticket.
Florida resident vacation packages are also available, and include accommodations at Universal’s Endless Summer Resort – Surfside Inn and Suites, a one-night admission ticket to Halloween Horror Nights, day tickets to Universal Orlando’s theme parks, and more. Guests can also upgrade their haunt experience with the Halloween Horror Nights Express Pass.
Halloween Horror Nights runs on select nights from Sept. 6 – Nov. 2 at Universal Studios Florida. To learn more, and to purchase your tickets, visit Orlando.HalloweenHorrorNights.com.