Universal monsters unite for Halloween Horror Nights

Wednesday, May 18, 2022 0

Universal Pictures’ The Wolf Man, Dracula and The Mummy, join forces for the first time at the all-new ‘Universal Monsters: Legends Collide’ haunted houses at Halloween Horror Nights.

They will deliver frights at both Universal and Universal Orlando Resort beginning this September.

Inspired by the event’s previous Universal Monsters attractions, this year’s experience resurrects these classic monsters for one harrowing haunted house.

Grammy Award-winning musician Slash returns to collaborate with Universal Studios Hollywood with an original composition for their haunted house.

Halloween Horror Nights opens on Friday, September 2 in Orlando with 10 terrifying haunted houses and Thursday, September 8 in Hollywood with eight haunted houses.

Both events will run select nights through October 31, and additional details will be revealed soon.

Tickets are available via a number of travel partners including AttractionTickets.com, Floridatix, Orlando Attraction Tickets, Travel Republic and Ocean Florida.

www.HalloweenHorrorNights.com

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