Following the lead of Universal Studios Hollywood, Universal Studios Florida will open its Stranger Things house from Halloween Horror Nights to daytime guests of the theme park.
The Stranger Things house will be open for one day only, November 6, in conjunction with Netflix's "Stranger Things Day" promotion, commemorating the day 35 years ago when character Will Byers disappeared into the Upside Down, triggering the events of the series.
Universal Orlando's after-hours Halloween Horror Nights event closes November 3, and Stranger Things has been the promotional star of the run. The Netflix hit has helped extend the popularity of the annual Halloween event, bringing fans of the series' sci-fi and fantasy elements to Universal's horror-driven event. Universal also used Stranger Things as inspiration to give the entire event a 1980s retro spin this year, reflected in a popular Poltergeist themed house, as well as the original Vamp 85 scare zone.
Universal Orlando annual passholders will get express pass access to the house, which will be open from 11am-7pm. Universal also will sell Stranger Things-themed food items at Benny’s Burger Tent and San Fran Pastry and Boulangerie during the day.
At Universal Studios Hollywood, the Stranger Things maze has been open to day guests this week as a lights-on, no-scare-actor walk-through attraction. The final day for that attraction is tomorrow, though the Stranger Things maze will be open its its full form for Halloween Horror Nights's final days this weekend.Tweet
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