Universal Expands its Halloween Horror Nights Tribute Store

August 21, 2020, 2:10 PM · Universal Orlando has opened two more rooms in its Halloween Horror Nights Tribute Store in Universal Studios Florida. With the after-hours haunt canceled for this year due to the pandemic, the Tribute Store offers fans their best chance to experience a taste of Halloween Horror Nights in person this year.

And by "taste," I mean that literally. One of the two new rooms in the store features more than a dozen sweet and savory Halloween-themed snacks, including Mummy Doughnuts, Frankenstein's Monster Rice Crispy Treats, and a macaron-topped Halloween Confetti Cake.

Universal's Halloween Treats
Photos courtesy Universal

The second new room in the store features long-time Universal Studios Florida icon Beetlejuice.

Beetlejuice room

"Outfitted with an assortment of specialty, retro-themed merchandise, the new Beetlejuice area within the store will pay homage to one of the original faces of Halloween Horror Nights, with d├ęcor inspired by iconic scenes from the film, including the Graveyard, Stairwell Snake and more," Universal said in its press release.

Inside the Beetlejuice room

More Beetlejuice room

Okay, fine... Beetlejuice.


The Tribute Store stands in the Macy's building in the New York section of the park, in the same space that housed the Mardi Gras Tribute Store earlier this year.

Halloween Horror Nights Tribute Store

Each themed room in the store features throwback merchandise honoring Halloween Horror Nights events of the past and features props that you might have seen in some past houses.

More Tribute Store

Inside the store

The Halloween Horror Nights Tribute Store is open daily during regular park hours. If you can't make it to Orlando, Universal is selling some of its HHN merchandise online, via its website.

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Replies (7)

August 21, 2020 at 2:52 PM

I really hope BJ is a house next year, looks like it would have been AWESOME!
I'm going to go cry in my beer now

August 21, 2020 at 3:27 PM

Wow, that store looks amazing. Great displays! I was impressed by the Potter merch displays, it looks like the same talented people dove headfirst into this.

August 21, 2020 at 3:48 PM

Outstanding work! Assess and adapt. Well done UO

August 21, 2020 at 4:05 PM

I wonder if some of the props came from the rumored house?

August 21, 2020 at 5:34 PM

HHN 30 was going to be our pre-Hallowedding honeymoon trip (we go every year anyway) and it was going to be the event to kick off Halloween 2020 for us to finish with Hallowedding. Needless to say it all got cancelled and this just makes me even sadder that we aren't getting what is increasingly looking like what would have been an epic event, maybe an all-time classic year for HHN. We're still spending some time at Universal in a month so I really hope the store is still open then. It would be a nice little gift to experience it even though the event is off

August 21, 2020 at 5:33 PM

@MrTorrance same, although I'm crying into my whiskey instead of a beer. Definitely buying HHN 2021 tickets the day they go on sale.

August 21, 2020 at 9:28 PM

I can't imagine they wouldn't try and do Beetlejuice again next year. The house is already drawn-up and mostly built and Universal's had the theme park rights to the IP for decades now.

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