Halloween at Universal Studios

July 27, 2017
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Universal Studios Hollywood is one of the only areas in Los Angeles that is an amusement park as well as a fully functioning movie and television studio. During the halloween season, once the sun goes down, the park transforms into universal studios halloween horror nights. Test your courage as you venture through terrifying mazes, walk through all new scare zones and more! Get your tickets for Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights today.

This year, there will be 8 terrifying mazes that are based on some of the most frightening shows and movies around. Mazes include themes such as American Horror Story: Roanoke, Saw, Insidious, The Shining and more. In The Shining maze, you’ll immerse yourself into the world of this classic horror film as you walk through The Overlook Hotel. As you walk through the winding halls of the maze, the true nature of The Overlook Hotel will soon reveal itself. Will you be able to make it out? In addition to the mazes, there will also be other attractions such as the Terror Tram. In the Terror Tram, hosted by the serial killer doll Chucky, you’ll be transported into a nightmare where you’ll come up against some of the scariest horror icons around. These include Freddy Krueger, Jason, and Leather Face from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.

Other attractions include The Walking Dead Attraction where you can see if you have what it takes to survive a world that has been overrun by walkers. During Halloween Horror Nights, there will also be a limited number of rides that are open to guests. Some of these include Jurassic Park, Transformers, Revenge of the Mummy and The Simpsons Ride. When you purchase your tickets online, you can save up to $26! Visit the official website today and get your tickets for Halloween Horror Nights.

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