Halloween season has officially begun, as Universal Studios Hollywood and Orlando have both announced that a new house based on Netflix’s “Stranger Things” will be coming to both coasts for this year’s Halloween Horror Nights.
Queen Elizabeth’s coronation robe, Princess Margaret’s wedding dress, and more will be on display at Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library in Delaware when the Costuming “The Crown” exhibition arrives on March 30.
Fireworks lit up the sky and snow fell onto the crowd as Jodie Sweetin, star of Netflix’s “Fuller House,” helped Santa light the world’s largest Lego Christmas tree at Legoland California Resort.
The cast of Netflix’s sci-fi phenomenon, “Stranger Things,” made their way into the Upside Down at Universal Studios Hollywood’s Halloween Horror Nights – and things took quite a scary spin!
Halloween Horror Nights has officially begun at Universal Orlando Resort, and with a record 10 haunted houses for guests to experience, this year definitely has some new scares to share.
Haunted houses and scare zones aren’t the only new things at this year’s Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando Resort. This year will bring new snacks and drinks, including offerings inspired by Netflix’s “Stranger Things.”