Universal Orlando Expands Its Halloween Schedule

September 22, 2020, 1:23 PM · Following last weekend's "test" of opening two houses from its canceled Halloween Horror Nights event, the Universal Orlando Resort today announced a schedule for its modified Halloween events.

Universal Monsters: The Bride of Frankenstein Lives and Revenge of the Tooth Fairy — the two HHN houses that were open this past weekend — will be open again to Universal Studios Florida guests all day on September 26-27 and October 3 through November 1.

Universal has released several photos from inside the houses:

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Universal will offer Virtual Line access through its official app to the houses, which are not recommended for visitors under age 13.

For those younger guests, however, Universal will be offering Trick-or-Treating at Universal's Islands of Adventure during those dates. Look for the pumpkin stickers at participating retail stores to get your treats. There's one free trick-or-treat bag per guest and one fill per guest per participating location.

In addition, the Halloween Horror Nights Tribute Store will be open at Universal Studios Florida, where Universal also will be offering a "Scarecrow Stalk" scavenger hunt — "Grab a brochure in the park and find all 13 custom-crafted scarecrows and skeletons to receive a candy sampler bag, while supplies last," the resort said on its website.

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Replies (2)

September 22, 2020 at 3:43 PM

Loving this whole Monsters-behind-Screens thing. Is this the time for a joke about how everything at universal is a "Screen" attraction?

September 22, 2020 at 3:51 PM

I wonder if Universal shouldn't put some mannequins behind the plastic barriers as well, as a fake-out?

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