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Halloween Horror Nights

Universal urge parents to use their discretion, as these nights might be too scary for children and even for some adults. For this reason they do not offer a child's ticket option.

There is a separate ticket for this event and is not included in your park admission ticket or pass. Admission is about $70; tickets can also be purchase in advance. Apparently you can also buy a Frequent Fear Pass for the same price and this gives you 13 Nights (on specified dates) for the price of one.

Halloween Horror Nights Express Pass allows you to bypass the regular queues at all haunted houses, plus participating rides and attractions. With each Express Pass, you are allowed one entry to each participating Express attraction. Supplies of these Passes are limited so best to purchase them in advance. I am not sure of the exact cost of these.

If you have been to the Park during the day and you decide to stay on for the evening you can upgrade to a Stay And Scream ticket, which costs approx $50.
You are not allowed to wear costumes, make-up or masks and anyone doing so will not be allowed in the park. Guests are required to pass through metal detectors at the entrance.

The Nights usually take place from late September and finish in early November just after Halloween.

In 2007 there were eight haunted houses:

A Nightmare on Elm Street – go through the door and come face to face with the nightmare man.

Psychoscareapy: Home for the Holidays – when a transport bus containing the most crazed residents of the now infamous local hospital overturns the occupants claw their way out of the twisted wreckage.

Vampyr: Blood Bath – The creatures inside want to paint the town red, blood red!

Jack’s Funhouse in Clown-O-Vision – Follow the winding twists and turns that lead you on a seemingly unending maze featuring more crazed clowns than they could ever imagine.

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre- Flesh Wounds – Guests trapped inside the Hewitt family home are terrorised by Leatherface and his family of freaks.

Friday the 13th: Camp Blood – Visitors take a tour of the abandoned remains of Camp Crystal Lake – and then something moves in the woods.

The Thing- where a containment unit containing bio-hazardous evidence from Outpost 31 unexpectedly opens and someThing escapes.

Dead Silence: The Curse of Mary Shaw –The ghost of the evil ventriloquist searches for fresh victims to create the perfect doll.

The Shows include:

  • Jack’s Carnival Of Carnage – You join the clown master and his assistants, Tiny and Chance for this terror-filled show.

  • Freak Show – You will witness the gut-wrenching entertainment of the Enigma – a tattooed performer whose body is a canvas of torture.

  • Bill & Ted’s Excellent Halloween Adventure – Join Bill and Ted for an adventure featuring a who’s who of notorious celebrity guest stars.

  • The Rocky Horror Picture Show - A Tribute - Clips from classic cult film with your favourite transvestite.

    If you get time the usual dining locations are open as are the shops.

    We have not been to one of these nights but Guests at our villa went a couple of years ago and loved it so much one of the party stayed home with the teenagers on a second night whilst all the adults returned to Universal!.

    By Jane Sansom
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