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Chills and Thrills at Universal Orlando

Signature article by Steve Hartridge.
Universal Orlando’s popular Halloween Horror Nights will start earlier than ever before this year, with the spooky fun kicking off on select nights from August 30.
Running through to November 3, the park promises they will deliver experiences that will "bring guests’ worst nightmares to life".
A "new collection of horrifying experiences" awaits guests, including 10 all-new movie-quality haunted houses inspired by cinematic classics and eerie original stories created by Universal’s Entertainment team, plus five "scare zones" filled with hundreds of menacing creatures who will prowl the park's streets.
The park promises that in between their screams, guests will enjoy an energetic live show, fuel up for the next round of scares with food and beverage inspired by the event’s haunts, shop the latest merchandise at the highly-themed Halloween Horror Nights Tribute Store, and enjoy some of Universal Studios Florida’s most exciting attractions.
Halloween Horror Nights event dates are August 30-31; September 1, 4-8, 11-15, 18-22, 25-29; October 2-6, 9-13, 16-20, 23-27, 30-31; November 1-3.

 

Posted by: Visit USA Association (UK) Ltd
Posted on: 02/05/2024

Chills and Thrills at Universal Orlando - by Visit USA Association (UK) Ltd

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