Universal's Halloween Horror Nights To Serve Scares In Partial Return

By Zuri Anderson

September 15, 2020

Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights will be making a comeback later this week in time for the spooky season, according to CBS Miami on Tuesday (September 15).

Two of the event's haunted houses will be made to available to both premier-level passholders and regular guests with restrictions, such as mandatory face coverings and no costume masks.

"Universal’s premier-level passholders who register for the event will have an opportunity to preview the houses called Revenge of the Tooth Fairy and Universal Monsters: The Bride of Frankenstein Lives on Friday afternoon, theme park officials announced," CBS Miami reported.

Regular guests can view the houses on Saturday and Sunday for no additional charge. Once they are in the park, they will use Universal's Virtual Line system to receive a time to enter the houses.

The Orlando theme park originally announced it was canceling the Halloween event on July 24 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

"The park also announced it will offer trick-or-treating at Islands of Adventure for children ages 12 and younger this weekend. For this event, 'family-friendly' Halloween costumes will be allowed," CBS Miami said.

Officials have no announced additional dates for viewing the houses at this time. The website added that this year would've been the event's 30th anniversary, as well.

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