Halloween Horror Nights (HHN) is the premiere fall theme park event in Orlando. Inspired by silver screen classics, cult-favorite crazies, and wicked original monsters, the 29th HHN provides the most spine-tingling, real life scare experience anywhere in Florida. You’re in for a fright when the day turns to night and you try to escape haunted houses and safely cross through scare zones. Go with a friend to cover your back.
This separately ticketed event is Universal’s most popular event outside of normal operating hours, bringing in horror fans and thrill-seekers from all over the world year after year to experience a scare unlike any other. Even non-horror fans can enjoy HHN. I’m not a scary-movie person type, but I went to HHN six times last year because I couldn’t get enough of the excitement! Even though only four of the ten haunted houses for this upcoming year have been announced, I am already making plans to attend again this year. You should too. Here’s what we know so far:
Yes, you read that right. Stranger Things is back at HHN with a fresh haunted house, after the massive success of last year’s inaugural house. This year’s house takes you into the Upside-Down featuring scenes from the second and third seasons of the popular Netflix show.
This brand new haunted house brings some of Universal Pictures’ iconic monsters to life as they chase after those who dare to enter their worlds. Enter Dracula’s castle and Dr. Frankenstein’s lab. You’ll run into the monsters only heard about in legends. Will you make it out alive?
Depths of Fear
Dive into this new original haunted house as you venture through an undersea mining installation infested with creatures called “Mouthbrooders.” These parasitic monsters spit acid eggs and infect humans. You’ll have to hope you can escape before the self-destruct sequence implodes the facility.
Nightingales: Blood Pit
If you picture ancient gladiatorial Rome, you’re already halfway to this new haunted house. Add in some bloodthirsty creatures (nightingales) who eat the dead and the dying, and you’ve got the whole picture. Survive alongside the gladiators and try not to turn into fresh meat for the nightingales.
Halloween Horror Nights takes place on select nights September 6 – November 2, 2019. Stay tuned to this blog and the official website (https://orlando.halloweenhorrornights.com/site/) for updates as more information becomes available.
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