Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios on sale now with new mazes

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Halloween Horror Nights is back at Universal Studios and tickets for the events are on sale now and you may want to get them early.

Favorite ghoul, Jack the Clown has been confirmed to return and this year will bring two new mazes that will be themed after the Bride of Frankenstein and the Texas Chainsaw Massacre, hello Leatherface!

The events will run from early September to October 31st. In Orlando, the Universal parks will begin their horror-fest on the 3rd while in Hollywood, the 9th is the start date, barring of course any COVID-19 setbacks. Tickets are on sale you can buy them here.

Other haunted houses include a themed Haunting of Hill House from Netflix and a Beetlejuice-themed horror house.

The 2020 Halloween Horror Nights were canceled but if you have your tickets, you can use them this year, read more about that here.

In addition to the mazes and haunted houses, live entertainment throughout the event will be on display and the food will in many cases be tailored to a Halloween theme. There will be scare zones where Jack the Clown has been known to hang out around the park and the rides of course will be open for your enjoyment as well. This is a separately ticketed event.

2021 marks the 30th anniversary of the post-closing event and has become one of the most popular Halloween attractions in the world. This year, Universal is expecting a large turnout after having the 2020 event shut down due to the pandemic.

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