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Featured Event September 2017: Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando

UNIVERSAL ORLANDO RESORT’S LONG RUNNING HALLOWEEN HORROR NIGHTS (HHN) EVENT RETURNS for an all-new season of thrills and chills to commemorate its 27th anniversary. On select nights from September 15 through November 4, Universal will come alive with hordes of horrifying monsters, mutants and maniacs, featuring the intense attention to detail that HHN is known for.

As always, the main attraction will be the many haunted houses, three of which are particularly anticipated this year. First, guests can get groovy with an experience based on Starz’s original series, Ash vs. Evil Dead. Next up, fans of Stanley Kubrick’s adaptation of one of Stephen King’s best-known novels won’t want to miss The Shining, and FX’s American Horror Story gets a house, too.

Beyond the haunts, multiple “Scare Zones” will further transform Universal Studios into the stuff of nightmares. Numerous rides and other attractions will be open, too, with some being modified to honor this fearful season. Themed food and drink options, as well as special souvenirs, will also be available for purchase.

Universal does provide some ground rules for those planning to attend. For starters, and despite the holiday being celebrated, no masks or costumes are allowed. Additionally, items and activities such as food, drinks, recording, flash photography and more are not permitted inside haunted houses. Finally, bear in mind that HHN might not be suitable for all ages, and parental guidance is advised.

Tickets range from $59.99 to $85.99 per night. Additionally, Frequent Fear Passes, which offer multiple nights at a reduced rate, are priced at $91.99-$599.99, while Halloween Horror Night Express Passes, which allow guests to save time, start at $79.99 per night. Parking is $20 per vehicle.

This article originally appeared in Orlando Family Magazine’s September 2017 issue.

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