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7 Frightening Photos to Make You Visit Halloween Horror Nights

2017 is flying by and Halloween is quickly approaching. The holiday has always been of my favorites—the decorations, the treats, the movies! So, I was super excited to finally be able to go to Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights in Orlando, Florida last year on my RTW trip. Halloween Horror Nights happens in the fall leading up to Halloween. Every night during the Halloween season, Universal Studios will close early and reopen in the evening as a Halloween attraction. At this time, you can experience the darker side of Universal, ride the roller coasters, and check out limited-time attractions. But watch out: zombies, vampires, serial killers, and other nightmarish characters roam the park after hours!

The haunted houses change each year to feature different current and classic horror shows and films. This is great because you can see something new every year you go. Here are 7 frightening photos from the 2016 event to make you book tickets to this year’s Halloween Horror Nights:


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Get ready to scream at the Universal Studios annual Halloween Horror Nights!



Universal Studios transforms into an otherworldly Halloween event complete with chills and thrills


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For a bit of magic, head to the wizarding world’s Diagon Alley


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Or venture into the dark and explore the unknown


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When you need a break, grab a refreshment with the ghouls at the Monster Cafe


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But whatever you do, watch out for those who roam the streets


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What are you waiting for?

Halloween Horror Nights is a great event for those who are a bit too old to go trick-or-treating. Overall, the attractions are impeccably done and everything feels very immersive. Just make sure to get the express pass! We didn’t and, as a result, couldn’t visit all the haunted houses. Find out more and buy tickets on the official website.

Do you like Halloween? What’s your favorite thing about the October holiday?


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