Halloween Horror Nights (2022)

2022 Dates

Park: Universal Studios Florida

  • September:2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 16, 17, 18, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 28, 29, 30
  • October:1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31

The major Halloween event at Universal Orlando is Halloween Horror Nights (or HHN, as it's know to its legions of bloodthirsty fans) is a wonderfully frightening theme park event. Originally a locals-friendly filler during a normally slow season, Universal Studios Florida’s Halloween celebration started in 1991 as a single weekend of “Fright Nights,” and proved popular enough to almost single-handedly save Universal's financial skin during the park's lean early years. Over the last quarter-century, HHN has grown so famous that the seven-week-long scare-abration can provide a substantial percentage of USF’s annual attendance statistics. Much like visiting any of Orlando’s theme parks during a peak holiday season, an evening at HHN can be tremendous fun if you go in with a solid plan and sane expectations. Without those things…well, you might be better off eaten by zombies!

2022 Halloween Horror Nights Houses and Scare Zones

HHN Houses are the main draw; these are basically haunted houses that just did a shot of some sugar-packed energy drink. They get huge lines so check out the survival guide below for tips.

The 2022 houses are:

  • The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare: A haunted house that takes place in the mind of the musician, The Weeknd.
  • Halloween: Based on the popular horror icon Michael Myers from the Halloween franchise.
  • The Horrors of Blumhouse: Two horror movies in one house, Blumhouse's Freaky and The Black Phone.
  • Universal Monsters: Legends Collide: The Wolf Man vs Dracula vs The Mummy come together this haunted house based on classic Universal Monsters.
  • Halloween Horror Nights Icons: Captured: A veritable hall of fame of characters from previous Horror Nights including Jack the Clown, The Storyteller, The Caretaker, and more.
  • Spirits of the Coven: Flapper witches terrorize visitors of their 1920s speakeasy.
  • Bugs: Eaten Alive: A 1950s home of the future descends in to chaos and you're in the middle of it.
  • Fiesta de Chupacabras: Chupacabras terrorizes a Latin American village.
  • Hellblock Horror: Hopefully you can escape this prison before its monstrous inmates get to you.
  • Dead Man’s Pier: Winter’s Wake: Undead fishermen emerge from the ocean to seek their revenge.
  • Descendants of Destruction: Face your fears in abandoned subway tunnels of Near York.

Almost as fun (or more fun depending on the lines) are the Scare Zones, areas of the park where terrifying creatures are free-roaming.

The 2022 scare zones are:

  • Horrors of Halloween: Face the Pumpkin Lord and his hoards of horrifying creatures.
  • Scarecrow: Cursed Soil: Scarecrows are on the hunt in their abandoned farm.
  • Sweet Revenge: Major Sweets is turning children into crazed killers in their candy company.
  • Graveyard: Deadly Unrest: Can you escape the undead in this horrifying cemetery?
  • Conjure the Dark: An evil sorceress has summoned monstrosities from dark dimensions and they're ready to meet you.

Halloween Horror Nights Survival Guide

Part I: Before The Event

We've been attending HHN every year since 1996, and it has become one of our favorite after-dark activities in any park, but it is not for everyone. Before beginning, make sure Universal's brand of Halloween is right for you; this ain't Mickey's Not-So-Scary Party at the Magic Kingdom. Halloween Horror Nights is a gory, gruesome bacchanalia of simulated violence and tasteless satire, marinated with a liberal dose of alcohol and rock ‘n’ roll. In other words, it’s a heck of a party as long as you know what you’re getting into! If the idea of copious blood, guts, and booze doesn’t appeal, we advise staying far, far away. Needless to say, it is not appropriate for young children, though you will likely see many there.

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1. Pick the right night.

Even more so than daytime touring, a successful HHN visit requires careful date selection. In short, you want to avoid all Saturdays (especially the final three leading up to Halloween) like the plague. Fridays in October -- particularly the last two before Halloween -- aren't much better. Wednesday nights are usually the least crowded, followed by Thursdays (especially the first two) and Sundays (especially the first, but excluding the last). Opening weekend brings out all the local fans, so your best bet is the last week of September, or the first week of October. Halloween night itself and any nights after it are often extremely quiet. The price of express tickets on a given night is your best guide to how busy it will be: the larger the cost, the larger the crowds.

2. Know what to expect.

The two basic elements of each year's event are haunted houses (or mazes) and outdoor scarezones. Universal also makes a few of their regular rides available during HHN event nights, including Escape From Gringotts (though not the Hogwarts Express) in The Wizarding World of Harry Potter -- Diagon Alley.

3. Buy a pass in advance.

If you walk up to the box-office on the night of the event, you'll pay over $105 plus tax -- a frightening sum for a little as 6-1/2 hours in the park -- and likely wait in a ridiculously long line for the privilege. Instead, study the myriad online ticket options in advance and purchase before you leave home.

Deep discounts (up to $49 off) are offered online to Florida residents with coupon codes from Coca-Cola cans. If you aren't eligible for those, consider getting an annual pass, which entitles you to even deeper price breaks and early event entry during Passholder parties on select nights during the opening weekends. If you already have daytime admission to a Universal park, you can purchase an add-on ticket at the park that allows you to remain through the evening’s event for $65-$83, depending on the night.

3. Consider Universal's HHN Express Pass

Universal Orlando's paid line-skipping service is a welcome luxury during the day, but an absolute lifesaver at night. On peak HHN nights, queues for the haunted houses will approach 3 hours, and even on the slowest nights they will hit 60 minutes. HHN Express passes reduce that wait to between 25% and 33% of what it would otherwise be, which can make the difference between experiencing 2 or 3 houses in a night, or visiting 7 or more. The only catch is that Express starts at $119 per person, and goes up over $199 depending on the night. Express is also available as an add-on for Rush of Fear or Frequent Fear multi-night passes. Express passes often sell out and may be more expensive or or unavailable inside the park, so if you do want them buy in advance.

Bottom Line: On off-peak nights it is possible to experience all the haunted houses and at least one show without Express, if you arrive early and stay until closing. On peak nights it is virtually impossible to do the same without Express passes, and can be challenging with them.

If you're feeling particularly flush, and fed up with any kind of queue, an RIP guided tour will whisk you to the head of every line for "only" $180 and up, admission not included. A private RIP tour for you and up to nine of your friends starts at $1799. When money is no object and you want to feel like theme park royalty, the RIP tours are highly recommended.

Call 1-866-604-7556 or email vipexperience@universalorlando.com for pricing and reservations.

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4. Dig Even Deeper (for Hardcore HHN Fans)

For the superfans with extra spending money, Universal offers a choice of in-depth HHN experiences. Join one of Universal's designers on a daytime light-on trips through three houses on each of the two Unmasking the Horror behind-the-scenes tours ($75 and up for one tour, $120 for both). On event nights, ticket holders can start their night with a $50 Scareactor dinner, which includes an all-you-can-eat buffet and monster meet-and-greet. These upgrades can be booked online at this webpage.

Part II: On The Event Night

1. Arrive as early as possible.

The event officially begins each evening at 6:30 p.m., but the front gates typically open as early as 6 p.m. If you have an HHN ticket but not daytime admission, you'll want to be outside the park gates, ticket in hand, by 5:45 p.m. at the latest on slow nights, and as early as 5 p.m. on peak nights. Be sure to leave ample time for I-4 traffic and parking, which is full price until 8 p.m. and $5 until 10 p.m. Valet parking is available but remember that there is no free or discounted valet for annual passholders on event nights.

Since Universal began security screenings of all guests in the parking hub, there is no longer a gauntlet of metal detectors to navigate at USF’s front gates. Your goal is to secure a spot as close to the turnstiles as possible; don't be shy about lining up at the temporary entry scanners at the center gate.

On-site hotel guests also get their own exclusive entrance on the far right end of the USF arches. Note that the unlimited Express access included with some resort rooms is not valid during HHN.

Early arrivals may also get a view of a gate-opening performance, which usually occurs just inside the main entrance. Don't worry if you miss this minor event; it's a nice touch but not essential.

1a. Arrive even earlier

Better yet, get a jump on the general public outside the gates by being inside the park before they open. The park closes to daytime guests at 5 p.m. on event nights, but anyone holding a ticket for that night's HHN is allowed to remain inside the park in designated holding areas. Universal no longer sells a specific "Stay & Scream" ticket for early entry; anyone can access this opportunity if they have any valid daytime park ticket, including annual passholders.

Note that the park is officially open for regular operations until 5 p.m., but you'll want to enter before 4:30 p.m. to avoid dealing with the arriving evening crowds. Between the park's closing and reopening, guests remaining in the park are confined to one of the following "Stay & Scream" locations:

  • The Springfield section near Fast Food Boulevard features priority access to the first two haunted houses that open each evening. Guests in this area can queue as early as 4 p.m., and are allowed into the two houses with entrances there between 5:30 and 5:45 p.m. Guests are released from the area at 6 p.m., and can be the first to queue for the house nearest to the MIB Gear shop. There is a limited selection of food and drink vendors available in this location. Note that on the first two weekends, this area is restricted to annual Passholders who have registered online for an exclusive Passholder event, during which 3 houses are opened as early as 5:30 p.m.
  • The New York area holding area includes Finnegan's bar, which offers a full liquor bar and table service food, though reservations are virtually impossible to secure between 4 and 7 p.m. Guests here are released around 5:45 p.m., giving them first crack at the soundstage houses.
  • A small overflow holding area is located in Hollywood near the near the Hello Kitty store. There is no food or beverage available here, but you do get early access to the soundstages.
  • Finally, Diagon Alley is not a holding area for HHN, but guests with park-to-park daytime tickets may board the Hogwarts Express at King’s Cross Station after USF’s closing as long as IOA remains open.

2. Attack the houses first

The haunted houses are the signature attractions at HHN, and quickly develop wait times ranging from moderate to absolutely ridiculous. Four haunted mazes are housed in the huge production soundstages located behind Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit; four are located in a warehouse and large ‘sprung’ tents erected backstage behind KidZone and World Expo; and one takes over one of the two theaters inside the Shrek 4-D attraction.

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Each year, due to theme or location, some houses seem to attract longer queues that others. In general licensed houses (based on existing properties) in the sound stages near the front entrance are the most popular, while the original mazes in the rear of the park draw shorter lines than average. Keep this in mind when deciding whether to bite the bullet and queue up for a particular maze.

Tip: Don't waste time at the beginning of the evening queuing for a house that hasn't yet opened, when you could be enjoying short waits at the mazes that are operating. Houses that don't open until after 6:30 will accumulate a large backlog of guests before they begin operating, so save them for the end of the night instead.

Even the least popular houses, however, will have peak waits of 30 minutes or more, even on less busy nights. Your first hour at the event is therefore essential to making the most of evening, and your initial plan of attack is determined by which location you start your night from:

Early Entry Option A: Springfield

If you are among the first inside the Springfield holding area, queue up for the parade building house (enter near E.T.) as soon as allowed. The exit of that maze leads directly to the entrance of the first sprung tent house which is conveniently your second stop.

Alternatively, if you are late entering the holding area, the queue for the first house may already be posted at an hour or more. In that case do the tent house first, saving the parade building for later the early entry period (the wait should diminish rapidly) or late in the evening.

Guests should be released from the KidZone area between 5:45 and 6:00 p.m., and can line up for the second tent house near MIB Gear, or cross the park to the open soundstage houses.

Early Entry Option B: Finnegan's

Enter the New York holding area between 4 and 5 p.m. (the earlier the better, especially if you want get food or drink), receive a wristband, and relax until released around 5:45 p.m. You will have a short head-start on everyone else for the first of the soundstage houses to open.

Early Entry Option C: Hollywood

Hollywood Holding Area: Check into the holding area outside the Hello Kitty store before park closing, and push your way through the plaza as close to the Despicable Me ride as possible. Guests will be released shortly before the front gates open, and make a mad dash across the street to the first soundstage entrance. By the time the first holding area guests exit the haunted house, the line behind them may be an hour or more, so you should head towards KidZone immediately afterwards.

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Once the general public is admitted through the front gates (as early as 6 p.m.) queues at the soundstage houses will swiftly build; see as many as you can until waits exceed 30 minutes, then proceed to the houses in the back of the park.

General Admission

If you are among the first folks through the gates when they open around 6:00 p.m., head straight to the open soundstage houses and jump in line if it is still 15 minutes or less. Otherwise, the majority of guests will mob the four houses located in the sound stages near the front of the park. You should avoid the horde by heading in the opposite direction, towards KidZone, which should have processed the majority of stay & scream guests by now. You can also continue through Springfield to the houses outside MIB Gear and in the MEN IN BLACK extended queue.

3. Explore the scarezones.

After the sun sets (around 7:30 p.m.) and the waits for the houses become unbearable, begin exploring the scarezones, which are like open-air haunted mazes minus the conga-line queues. Just as much fun as getting scared yourself is finding a vantage point to stand still and see others getting spooked; this is some of the best people-watching you'll ever find. Be on the lookout for staged scenes, in which actors attack planted "victims" within the crowd.

4. Single rider the rides.

By the mid-point of the evening, standby waits for all the houses will be substantial, and lines for the rides will be astronomical on Saturdays) but experiencing several top attractions should still be manageable using single rider queues. Men In Black, Revenge of the Mummy, Escape from Gringotts, and Transformers all have fairly efficient single-rider operations. (Transformers' singles queue is closed when it hits about 30 minutes, but usually reopens after 10 or 15 minutes, so hang around nearby without blocking the entrance.) Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit has a single rider line but it is often as long as the standby queue, and none of the other operating rides have one at all. On off-peak nights, you may find ride queues shockingly short: Transformers has been as short as 10 minutes, even on peak nights.

5. Escape to CityWalk

Even on a slow night, Horror Nights crowds can drive you to drink, and many of your fellow guests will doubtlessly be imbibing. There are temporary bars serving expensive mixed drinks on seemingly every spare square foot of sidewalk, but but serious in-park boozing we prefer Finnegan's bar or Duff Brewery in Springfield USA. Better yet, if the park is open past 1 a.m., get out of Dodge for an hour or so and retreat to CityWalk. Most HHN passes include admission to CityWalk's clubs, or you can grab a drink at Antojitos or without a cover charge.

6. Haunt again at the witching hour.

As the evening's event approaches its final hour, wait times at the haunted mazes drop dramatically. Use final hours to catch up on the houses you missed earlier. The last 30 to 60 minutes before park close is the best time to hit the most popular houses. If you didn't see the most popular mazes at the start of the night, step into line for one of them at the last possible minute; you'll be allowed to stay in the queue until you're through.

7. Be the last to leave.

Unless you leave significantly before closing time, you're best off dawdling in the park or CityWalk on the way out. The parking garage exits will be at a standstill, so you might as well grab a seat outside and relax rather than breathing fumes in a traffic jam.

Attractions Open During Halloween Horror Nights

The roster of attractions may vary day-to-day due to refurbishmentsand other factors, but the list below is what is normally available during Halloween Horror Nights.

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  • Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit (Production Central)
  • MEN IN BLACK Alien Attack (World Expo)
  • Revenge of the Mummy (New York)
  • Transformers: The Ride-3D (Production Central)
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Halloween Horror Nights? ›

Can you be touch at Halloween Horror Nights? ›

Can you be touched at Halloween Horror Nights? Universal's scareactors may jump out at you or get up close, but rest assured they can't touch you and vice versa. In fact, intentionally touching a scareactor can get you kicked out of the park. Accidents can happen in crowds, but they won't touch you on purpose.

Is Halloween Horror Nights scary? ›

Halloween Horror Nights are back with a vengeance at Universal Orlando and this year's houses are more unnerving than ever before. Universal Orlando has brought its Halloween Horror Nights back, back, back again for a 31st year of terror, gore and relentless scares.

What is included in Halloween Horror Nights? ›

EVERYTHING. Four all-new mazes plus Six all-new scarezones including the flesh-eating zombies from Shaun of the Dead and an entirely new Saw-themed Terror Tram – you'll wish it were just a movie. Q: What is Halloween Horror Nights? A.

Is Harry Potter world open during Halloween Horror Nights? ›

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and its rides are also open during Halloween Horror Nights. As mentioned above, that theme area will also have Death Eaters roaming the streets of Hogsmeade for the first time ever. In Orlando, there are two parks.

Is there a dress code for Horror Nights? ›

Halloween Horror Nights Adult Costume Policy

You are allowed to wear Halloween themed shirts, dresses, pants and shoes to Halloween Horror nights, but you cannot wear anything that resembles a full costume. TIP: Costume masks are strictly prohibited, though you are allowed to wear medical masks.

What is the best time to arrive at Halloween Horror Nights? ›

You can get a jump start on the fear … oops, we mean fun! The event usually begins at 7 p.m. and ends at either 1 a.m. or 2 a.m., depending on the night. You can arrive early at 6 p.m. for early admission to get your heart thumping even sooner with access to some of the most popular houses, which open at 6:15 p.m.

Do rides stay open during Halloween Horror Nights? ›

Some rides and attractions will remain open for the nighttime Halloween Horror Nights experience, such as including Jurassic World – The Ride, Revenge of the Mummy, The Ride, Transformer: The Ride-3D, and more. Some rides are NOT open during the event. Check their website if this is important to you.

Can you ride roller coasters during Halloween Horror Nights? ›

Are rides open during Halloween Horror Nights Orlando? Select rides are available at both parks during Halloween Horror Nights. They include Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit, TRANSFORMERS: The Ride – 3D, and Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts, among others, at Universal Orlando.

Is Halloween Horror Nights OK for kids? ›

Universal Studios Orlando's Age Warning

Located directly on the website, Universal Orlando does not recommend Halloween Horror Nights for children under the age of 13. However, from attending the event, that does not stop parents from talking younger children.

How long are the lines at Halloween Horror Nights? ›

On peak HHN nights, queues for the haunted houses will approach 3 hours, and even on the slowest nights they will hit 60 minutes. HHN Express passes reduce that wait to between 25% and 33% of what it would otherwise be, which can make the difference between experiencing 2 or 3 houses in a night, or visiting 7 or more.

How long are Hhn shows? ›

Guests brave enough to venture into this year's Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando Resort will be able to enjoy nearly eight hours of horror, screams, and fun with ten terrifying Haunted Houses, five sinister Scare Zones, two outrageous Live Shows, themed food & drinks, exhilarating rides and attractions, and ...

Does Halloween Horror Nights allow water bottles? ›

I have a Question for those HHN Vets that visit the event each year. I've never attended and I have tickets for this weekend 9/16/17. I've read through the rules and noticed that Water (bottles and otherwise) are not permitted into the event.

Do you have to wear a mask at Universal Horror Nights? ›

WHAT TO WEAR: Masks and costumes are not allowed at HHN. Remember, you're there to be scared, not to scare. Beyond that, we recommend comfortable, walkable shoes, a long-sleeve layer for those chilly LA nights, and your favorite horror movie t-shirt.

Are there Death Eaters at Halloween Horror Nights? ›

For anyone who has visited one of Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights events before, the Death Eaters in Hogsmeade roam around like any traditional HHN scare zone. They're there just walking around, ready to terrorize and frighten you as you move through to get to the other side.

Are the chainsaws in Horror Nights real? ›

"For instance, the chainsaws are real — not foam fakes — and weigh about 15 pounds. Halloween Horror Nights is a marathon, not a sprint."

Can I take a bag to Horror Nights? ›

Suitcases and bags with wheels are prohibited. We recommend you leave unnecessary articles in your car and secure valuables in your trunk. Trained Service Animals are welcome at Universal Orlando Resort.

Can you bring snacks to Horror Nights? ›

Acceptable items:

Small snacks. Any food required for special dietary needs. Any food required for medical purposes and medically-indicated nutritional supplements. Baby food/baby formula.

Is Horror nights rain or shine? ›

Halloween Horror Nights is a separately ticketed event. Event occurs rain or shine. No rain checks, returns or refunds. Prices, dates, times, attractions, entertainment, and/or experience details are subject to availability, changes and/or cancellation without notice.

How packed is Universal Horror nights? ›

Every year on select nights from September to November, the event attracts hundreds of thousands of guests to Universal Studios looking to experience the spine-chilling mazes, terror tram, live show, and scare zones.

What are the mazes for HHN 2022? ›

Here's Our Universal Halloween Horror Nights 2022 Maze Ranking
  1. La Llorona: The Weeping Woman.
  2. Halloween. ...
  3. The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare. ...
  4. The Horrors of Blumhouse. ...
  5. Scarecrow: The Reaping. ...
  6. Universal Monsters: Legends Collide. ...
  7. Killer Klowns from Outer Space. Tap to play GIF. ...
  8. Universal Horror Hotel. Tap to play GIF. ...
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How many mazes are at Horror Nights? ›

I was invited to attend the opening night of Halloween Horror Nights, and once again… it delivered the nightmarish and fun scares that I was looking for! There were nine mazes this year, and I went ahead and ranked them for you below from best to worst.

What time does Universal Studios open for Halloween Horror Nights? ›

Event begins at 7:00 p.m. Select houses open starting at 6:00 p.m., subject to availability, cancellation, and change. Check the UniversalStudiosHollywood.com/Halloween website prior to your arrival. Valid at Universal Studios Hollywood, located in Los Angeles, California.

How old do you have to be to go to Halloween Horror Nights alone? ›

The single purpose of Halloween Horror Nights is to scare you – and, as such, Universal strongly advises that children under the age of 13 do not attend.

What houses will be at HHN 2022? ›

Let's start it off with one of this year's original houses, based on a theme that Universal has explored a few times now.
  1. Dead Man's Pier: Winter's Wake.
  2. Bugs: Eaten Alive. ...
  3. The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare. ...
  4. Fiesta de Chupacabras. ...
  5. John Carpenter's Halloween. ...
  6. Spirits of the Coven. ...
  7. Universal Monsters: Legends Collide. ...
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Can you bring an umbrella to Halloween Horror Nights? ›

Check your weather forecasts and bring a light jacket or windbreaker if necessary. If rain is forecast we also suggest bringing an umbrella to provide more protection. If rain or cold weather is forecast still go. Rainy HHN days are among the event's least attended.

Can babies be affected by horror movies? ›

Scary movies can interfere with your toddler's sleep in two ways. He might have difficulty going to sleep because the disturbing scenes in the movie are still in his head. He might talk about what he saw repeatedly, trying to work out exactly what he saw and what it might mean for him.

Can 2 year old watch horror movies? ›

While there is no absolute age at which scary movies are appropriate, Dr. Dry recommends not introducing them to very young children because of the potential to create long-term anxiety.

Can the people touch you at Spooky World? ›

ARE THE MONSTERS OR CHARACTERS ALLOWED TO TOUCH? On the Haunted Hayride, characters / monsters may jump on the trailer and possibly touch. Inside the other 3 haunted attractions, the characters will not touch you. We kindly ask you not touch them!

Can you ride rides during Halloween Horror Nights? ›

Are rides open during Halloween Horror Nights Orlando? Select rides are available at both parks during Halloween Horror Nights. They include Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit, TRANSFORMERS: The Ride – 3D, and Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts, among others, at Universal Orlando.

Do they have metal detectors at Halloween Horror Nights? ›

The use of the detectors is "really a test," Canfield said. The annual Horror Nights -- which runs for 19 nights in October -- requires a separate admission, and between 10,000 and 20,000 guests file in after regular park hours. On Wednesday night, about a dozen uniformed guards performed the detector searches.

How long does it take to walk through a haunted house? ›

Once inside, you proceed at your own pace – so the length of your experience varies from group to group. The average walk through time is around 30-40 minutes.

How long does it take to walk through haunted Overload? ›

The entire experience is about 45 minutes to walk through.

How long does it take to get round spooky world? ›

There are 5 attractions in total Carnevil, slaughter house, haunted house,maze and tracker ride. The cues were long but they got people through quick, on average it took about 10-15mins to get to the front.

Can you take a purse to Horror Nights? ›

All visitors must pass through metal detection before experiencing CityWalk or the Theme Park. All bags, backpacks, purses, packages and items are subject to X-ray and/or additional inspection prior to entering CityWalk or the Theme Park(s). Suitcases and bags with wheels are prohibited.

Can you bring snacks to Horror Nights? ›

Acceptable items:

Small snacks. Any food required for special dietary needs. Any food required for medical purposes and medically-indicated nutritional supplements. Baby food/baby formula.

How many mazes are at Horror Nights? ›

I was invited to attend the opening night of Halloween Horror Nights, and once again… it delivered the nightmarish and fun scares that I was looking for! There were nine mazes this year, and I went ahead and ranked them for you below from best to worst.

Are masks required at Horror Nights? ›

Halloween Horror Nights Costume Mask Policy

Absolutely no costume masks are allowed at Halloween Horror Nights events. This policy is in place for both children and adults with no exceptions allowed.

Can you bring water bottles into Universal Studios Horror Nights? ›

Yes, you can bring in a water bottle to the park no problem.


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