Universal Orlando Continues Halloween Horror Nights Construction

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With Halloween around the corner, Universal fans cannot wait to see Halloween Horror Nights come back to life after the pandemic canceled the event last year. 

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At the moment, there is not too much information available about the Universal Orlando Resort event. We know that it will begin on September 3 and run through to October 31. The best-ticketed prices can begin as low as $70.99 for select dates if purchased online before attending the event. Frequent Fear Passes, which act as a sort of Annual Pass for the event, have not yet been announced, so Guests can currently only purchase individual tickets.

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In terms of houses and theming for the event, Universal has only announced the return of Beetlejuice and fan-favorite Jack the Clown. Universal may be keeping their lips locked on what other houses will be at the event, but that does not mean they are not working on them.

Bioreconstruct posted aerial photos of what seems to be Halloween Horror Nights houses.

Aerial nighttime look at what seems to be preparation for #HHN house theming in Universal Studios Florida.

Compare to photos last year, earlier in this Thread. Seems like houses cancelled last year will be experienced this year!

 

Universal typically utilizes tents in the back area of Universal Studios Florida for Halloween Horror Nights, so it is not surprising to see that they are back again for this year. We have no way of knowing if the themes for the houses will be the same that were planned for Halloween Horror Nights 30 that was canceled in 2020. Only that it appears work is beginning on the facade for Halloween Horror Nights 30 2021.

Aerial view of #HHN tents at Universal Studios Florida, where construction is underway for the entry facades.

Unfortunately, Halloween Horror Nights has been cancelled this year due to #COVID19 pandemic.

In Bioreconstruct’s first Tweet, the idea of last year’s Horror Nights houses that were not used being utilized this year is brought up. After seeing Universal begin to replicate what they were trying to do last year, that theory seems possible. But again, we will have to wait for Universal to confirm to be certain.

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Of course, we will have to wait and see to find out what houses will join the Halloween Horror Nights list. Although many of us may be impatient, updates such as this are a good reminder that the event is still moving forward.

What houses do you think Universal will have this year at Halloween Horror Nights? 

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