There’s something in the woods and it grows stronger every day. Descend into madness at the nation’s premier Halloween event, Halloween Horror Nights 23.
On select nights through Nov. 2, the biggest names in horror transform Universal Studios Florida into your worst nightmares. From AMC’s The Walking Dead, to Resident Evil, Evil Dead, and more, there’s nowhere to hide. Fight for your life through nightmarish haunted houses, outrageous live shows, and a brand-new The Walking Dead street experience—only at Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights 23. Are you prepared to face the evil that has taken root?
There’s no better way to end your day at Universal Orlando than with the winner of Amusement Today’s “Best Halloween Event” Golden Ticket award.
Halloween Horror Nights annually draws hundreds of thousands of horror fans from around the globe to this one-of-a-kind event. Tony Timpone, Editor of Fangoria Magazine, said, “After visiting scream parks across the U.S. for the last 20 years, I can easily say the Universal’s is the best in the business… Halloween Horror Nights is the ultimate Halloween experience.”
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Single Night Admission: $91.99 + tax
Rush of Fear Pass (All Nights for First 3 Weekends): $72.99 + tax
Rush of Fear Pass w/ Express Access (All Nights for First 3 Weekends): $184.99 + tax
Frequent Fear Pass: $83.99 + tax
Frequent Fear Plus Pass: $99.99 + tax
Frequent Fear Pass w/ Express Access: $189.99 + tax
Frequent Fear Plus Pass w/ Express Access: $249.99 + tax
Stay & Scream: Sunday – Thursday, $38.99 + tax
Stay & Scream: Friday, $53.99 + tax
Stay & Scream: Saturday, $69.99 +tax
After Life: Death’s Vengeance
Location: Sprung Tent
Serial killer Bobby “The Blade” is about to meet Ole’ Sparky. 2000 volts are going to send him to a horrific realm of pain. His victims have waited an eternity for vengeance. They’re bound to turn Bobby’s afterlife into an unimaginable, infernal torment.
An American Werewolf in London
Location: Sound Stage 22
Based on the John Landis horror classic, you’ll travel to the Slaughtered Lamb, experience the gruesome wolf attack on the moors and live the chaos of Piccadilly Circus. Beware the moon because tonight it brings only death.
Cabin in the Woods, The
Location: Sound Stage 21A
Experience a live recreation of the film that ripped the horror genre inside out. Beneath the cabin’s rustic appearance lies a secret facility that unleashes terrifying beings that you thought only existed in nightmares.
Location: Sound Stage 24
Relive “The Most Terrifying Film You Will Ever Experience” as gruesome Deadites try to possess your soul. There is nowhere to hide as every creaking floorboard and tangled vine is just waiting to pull you down, making you one with the Evil Dead.
Location: Disaster Queue
Hang on tight aboard a militaristic train convoy that’s secretly transporting the “Dogs of War” — a genetically engineered super-soldier outfit. These bloodthirsty maniacs are bent on mayhem and destruction, with their sights set on twisting the metal of a speeding train. This is Havoc!
Location: Sprung Tent
She is known as the weeping woman. Her legend is one of tragedy… and of murder. She drowned her children in the cold, watery depths and now torments all who hear her with icy, mournful cries. Forced to walk the earth for eternity, she seeks others to share her pain and suffering, now and forever.
Resident Evil: Escape from Raccoon City
Location: Sound Stage 21B
Raccoon City is overrun with Umbrella Corporation’s most terrifying experiments, and the only option is complete destruction. You’ll need to duck and dodge Lickers, Hunters, and Nemesis himself if you want any chance of escaping Capcom’s video game terrors before missiles send everything back to hell.
Walking Dead: No Safe Haven, The
Location: Parade Building (B79)
Walk in the footsteps of the survivors as Season 3 of AMC’s horror hit relentlessly attacks you from all sides. Stay alert—walkers could trap you anywhere along your journey from the town of Woodbury to the claustrophobic confines of the derelict prison.
AMC’s The Walking Dead has overtaken the streets of Universal Studios®. From Atlanta to the forests and into Woodbury, you’ll have to fight your way through some of the most iconic locations in the show if you want to survive the night.
THE FALL OF ATLANTA
Location: New York
The smell of death is in the air as you make your way past an iconic tank, sandbag barriers, and decayed rotting corpses on your journey through this decimated city. But be warned—the city’s not empty.
Location: Central Park
Tread carefully through these woods, as you never know who you might encounter. Lurking deep in the hidden depths are unforgettable scenes and characters from Seasons 1, 2 and 3.
Location: Kid Zone
There’s no one telling ghost stories at this derelict campsite, but there are plenty of undead. Will you dare to go closer to the eerily abandoned RV? Keep your wits about you or you might become a ghost story yourself.
Location: Mel’s Drive-In
Something’s burning and it’s not a Sunday roast. Gasoline fumes ignite your senses as you encounter the smoldering remains of a singed country farm. See and smell the putrid barn, the red tractor, and more as you learn what’s causing that horrifying stench.
Turn around and live—proceed and face your fate. Stick together as you head down this street, because the spiked barriers are there for a reason. If you refuse to heed the spray-painted warnings, you’re in for a terrifying walk that will feel like an eternity.
Bill & Ted’s Excellent Halloween Adventure
Location: Fear Factor Live Theater
Party on as those two most excellent dudes return with an all new show to skewer the biggest stories of the past year with the biggest names in pop culture.
Rocky Horror Picture Show: A Tribute
Location: Beetlejuice Stage
Let’s do the Time Warp again! Rock out to clips from the classic cult film with your favorite Transvestite, live tribute performers, and audience participants.