Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Start Next Month, So Prepare to Be Scared
Ready to ring in Halloween? The infamous Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios are back for the 30th year starting on Sept. 3 at Universal Orlando and Sept. 9 at Universal Hollywood, and they're about to be as bone-chilling as ever. On select days until Oct. 31, frightful evenings await those in search of a thrill at both locations. Visits to the parks will include chances to wind through nerve-racking mazes, experience sinister scares, enjoy spine-tingling entertainment, and so much more.
The return of the legendary "Terror Tram" is back, and this year its theme is "The Ultimate Purge," which, what could be scarier? The ride takes horror fans on a chilling journey through The Purge where anything (bad) can happen. A Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers maze will also be available for thrill-seekers to go through, and trust us, some of them might want to get out before they even step foot all the way in. And that's not all! Universal and Netflix teamed up to bring the Crain family's worst nightmares to life in excruciating detail in Universal Studio's new Haunting of Hill House attraction. The eerie maze is said to echo with the footsteps of entities like The Tall Man, The Bent-Neck Lady, The Ghost in the Basement and more, making you wonder where exactly is an escape, and more importantly, is it closeby? Complete with screams, shrieks, and blood-curdling screeches, only true Halloween fans will find these nights a delight.
If you're ready to experience some nightmare-worthy terror, you can buy your tickets now for Hollywood and Orlando right here to avoid the fear of them selling out. New ticket options are available this year, and include the R.I.P. Tour, Ultimate Fear, and Frequent Fear passes, which give Halloween-lover's a frightfully fun front-row seat to experience the most terrifying park attractions. Whether you're looking to be spooked or you just want another excuse to wear your costume, get your passes to Universal's Horror Nights now. Learn more about the attractions ahead, and prepare to be scared.