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Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights

September 28, 2016
scary looking bell tower behind leafless tree branches

One of the most exciting events of the year is now back at Universal Studios Hollywood. With October right around the corner, it means that the Halloween season is nearly upon. This of course means that Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights are back and better than ever! Horror Nights is one of the most popular Halloween events during the season. If you enjoy getting scared, get your tickets for Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights today!

At Halloween Horror Nights, you will have to brave a variety of terrifying mazes. Each maze is themed after classic horror films such as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Halloween and Freddy vs Jason. This year, there will even be a brand new maze that is made after what some would consider to be the scariest movie ever made, The Exorcist. In this maze, see if you can make it out without being the next victim of a demonic possession! Another attraction to keep an eye out on is the all new The Walking Dead attraction. If you are a fan of the show or simply love the ideas of zombies, this is an attraction you have to partake in. During the Walking Dead attraction, you will visit iconic locations of the show. See if you have what it takes to survive the walkers!

Tickets for Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights are now on sale. When you purchase your tickets online, you can save as much as $25! During the month of October, Horror Nights will run from Thursdays through Sundays. Horror nights take place from 7pm-2am. If you are interested in going to Universal Studios during the day, there are also day/night combo tickets that you can purchase if interested. For more information, visit www.halloweenhorrornights.com. This Halloween season, don’t miss out on all the scares!

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