Howl-O-Scream isn’t the only Halloween event happening this year at SeaWord Orlando, as the park is bringing back its family-friendly SeaWorld Spooktacular starting September 18, 2021.
Halloween Horror Nights 2021 is almost upon us, and Universal Orlando has revealed the remaining mazes, scare zones, and shows for this year’s event.
Over the years, Universal Orlando has introduced several original characters at Halloween Horror Nights, and this year, they will come together in an original horror house called “Halloween Horror Nights Icons: Captured.”
SeaWorld Orlando has just announced new scares for its first separate-ticketed, nighttime Halloween event, Howl-O-Scream, and I have the details.
The newly revealed house, scare zone, and themed bar areas are:
Universal Orlando has announced two more mazes that will be appearing at this year’s Halloween Horror Nights, and they will be themed to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Bride of Frankenstein.
Universal Orlando has announced this year’s Halloween Horror Nights will feature a maze based on the hit Netflix series “The Haunting of Hill House.”
Universal Orlando has announced the murderous Jack the Clown will return as the demented face of Halloween Horror Nights for it’s 30th year anniversary (HHN30).
SeaWorld Orlando has announced its first separate-ticketed, nighttime Halloween event, Howl-O-Scream, will premiere this fall, joining the daytime Halloween Spooktacular to offer spooky fun by day and terrifying frights by night.
Walt Disney World has announced a new Halloween-themed “Disney After Hours BOO BASH” event will be coming this fall to Magic Kingdom Park.
Over this last weekend, Universal Orlando announced the highly-anticipated return of its popular Halloween Horror Nights (HHN) for 2021, starting on September 3, and here’s what we know so far.
The pandemic has certainly put a hold on many holiday events this year, including Halloween, but while we need to wear masks and social distance, there are still some fun events happening so you can get your trick or treat on.
From family-orientated scares to adults-only thrills, here are our picks for 2020 Halloween events happening in Central Florida:
SeaWorld Orlando is presenting a modified Halloween Spooktacular this year, and it kicks off September 19.
The big question that has been looming since Universal Orlando re-opened to the public last month has finally been answered: there will be no Halloween Horror Nights for 2020.
Universal Orlando made the announcement this morning via posts on its Facebook and Twitter accounts:
Universal Orlando has announced that two 80s horror icons, Chucky and Killer Klowns from Outer Space, will come to life as terrifying scare zones at Halloween Horror Nights 28.