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13 Killer Halloween Horror Nights Tips | Episode 30

How to do Universal Halloween Horror Nights with theater monster staring at you.

13 Killer Halloween Horror Nights Tips | Episode 30

You poor unfortunate souls. Do you dare to venture out to this year’s Halloween Horror Nights? If so, you are in for more than ghostly encounters. If you’re brave enough to handle the number one horror event in the world, then I’ve gathered the best tips to help you survive Halloween Horror Nights (HHN).

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If so, you are in for more than ghostly encounters. Halloween Horror Nights is an event takes place annually from September until November at Universal Studios Florida. It’s a premiere event with new levels of fear and terrifying haunted houses along with outrageous entertainment.

If you’re brave enough to handle the number one horror event in the world, then I’ve gathered the best tips to help you survive Halloween Horror Nights (HHN).

 

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13 Halloween Horror Nights Tips

 

1 – Get to Halloween Horror Nights early

If you’re lucky enough, you may be able to get into the park early and knock out two to three houses within one hour.

 

2 – The more the merrier

Going to HHN as a group increases the excitement of the night.

 

3 – Are kids allowed at Halloween Horror Nights?

Per Universal, this event may be too intense for young children.

 

4 – What to wear at Halloween Horror Nights

What I do recommend is wearing comfortable sneakers for all of the standing, walking, and running you will be doing.

 

5 – Have a game plan

Route your path around the park in advance by retrieving the Halloween Horror Nights park map.

 

6 – Attend Halloween Horror Nights on off peak nights

Visit Universal HHN Sunday through Thursday to take advantage of the cheaper days (esp. for Florida residents or annual passholders) and the smaller crowd.

 

7 – Purchase HHN tickets in advance

It’s best to buy your tickets ahead of time. This prevents waiting in a line once you arrive at Halloween Horror Nights.

 

8 – Is Halloween Horror Nights Express Pass worth it?

Absolutely!

Halloween Horror Nights is extremely popular, if not the most popular Halloween event in Central Florida. This popularity sometimes leads to wait times for haunted mazes exceeding three hours.

 

9 – Buy a unique Halloween Horror Nights experience

Try out the Unmasking the Horror Tour where you’ll have a daytime, lights-on, chilling look into how Universal Orlando’s Art & Design team transforms the biggest names in horror into haunted houses.

 

10 – Stay hydrated

HHN requires A LOT of walking and sweating!

 

11 – Watch Halloween Horror Nights vlogs

View vlogs such as the Tim Tracker or the Geek Glass Daily Vlog to help get you excited for HHN.

 

12 – Costumes are not allowed at Halloween Horror Nights

Remember costumes are not permitted at Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights.

 

13 – Have fun!

You’re really going to have a great time, so try not to stress too much and enjoy the delightfully, ghoulish frights of Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights!

There you have it. 13 easy first timer tips to do Halloween Horror Nights like a pro!

 


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NikkyJ
NikkyJ

I’m a writer who loves ALL things amusement park related. I was born and raised in Florida, which attributes to my Theme Park passion. Every since I was a child I had a natural affinity to the parks here that has now spilled over into adulthood. Instead of rushing over to the thrill rides, like I used to, you may find me in the Italy Pavilion at EPCOT enjoying a nice glass of wine and a delightful book!

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