Halloween Horror Nights XXVI Returns September 16th to October 31st
Universal Orlando Reveals American Horror Story Haunted House as one of its featured horror venues, promising to scare the daylights out of guests after dark
When night falls, darkness also descends upon Orlando and horror becomes reality from the moment you enter Universal Studios Florida. Now in its 26th edition, Halloween Horror Nights gives adults a reason to come to Orlando in the fall, after school starts and the summer season comes to an end. And no one does Halloween like Universal, which transforms its theme park into a walkable set of haunted houses, scare zones, and other heart-wrenching surprises--all in hopes of scaring the socks off you.
This year, Halloween Horror Nights will feature American Horror Story as one of its haunted houses, bringing to life episodes and characters from this popular TV series. Also, Krampus--the German Christmas monster--returns with more horrific holiday spirit to keep you on edge. You should also be on the lookout for haunted houses based on movies like The Exorcist, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Halloween featuring Michael Myers, and Chance--Jack the Clown's sidekick from previous Halloween Horror Nights storylines.
As always, Universal reminds attendees about the intense nature of Halloween Horror Nights, so bear in mind that this is definitely not a children-friendly event. In fact, people with heart conditions should also refrain from attending this event. One thing is for sure, you don't have to worry about a good night sleep since you can come back to the safety of Vista Cay Resort by Millenium, where there are no monsters under the bed and you can rest in peace... At least until the sun rises.