• Halloween Horror Nights: What you need to know about this year's event in Orlando

    By: Aurielle Eady , Action News Jax


    ORLANDO, Fla. - If you are a big fan of the Halloween holiday, then you're in for a spooky treat this season.

    You have until Nov. 2 to experience the thriller that is Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios in Orlando, Fla. This year's theme is a return of the 80s with a vengeance. 

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    10 Haunted Houses inspired by well-known frights of the 80s:

    • Stranger Things
    • Jordan Peele's Us
    • Ghostbusters
    • Universal Monsters
    • Killer Klowns from Outer Space
    • House of 100 Corpses
    • Depths of Fear
    • Graveyard Games
    • Nightingales Blood Pit
    • Yeti Terror of the Yukon

    5 Scare Zones. Prepare to be spooked by scare actors as they fill the streets in the following these themed-areas:

    • Zombieland Double Tap
    • Rob Zombie Hellbilly Deluxe
    • Anarch-cade
    • Vanity Ball
    • Vikings Undead

    Live entertainment

    Access to Universal Studios: Guests can experience the best of both worlds: the fear of the houses and scare zones and the fun of the everyday major rides and attractions at Universal Studios:

    • Revenge of the Mummy
    • Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit
    • Transformers The Ride- 3D
    • Men in Black Alien Attack
    • The Simpsons Ride
    • The Wizarding World of Harry Potter Diagon Alley
    • Fast & Furious Supercharged


    Guests can get the best prices on tickets when bought online, by clicking here. There are single day tickets and multi-night tickets available. Ticket prices vary based on the date you choose to go. Prices online start at $67.99. The last day to experience the event is Saturday, Nov. 2. The event starts at 6:30 pm. and typically takes place Wednesdays through Sundays but there are some exceptions.To see available dates, click the dates tabs on the top right here


    There are themed meals and beverages available at the park. Normal restaurants at Universal Studios and CityWalk are also open for dining. For a look at the menus, click here

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