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15 Sensational SeaWorld Spooktacular Tips for 2019

You don’t have to only visit Universal Orlando Resort or Walt Disney World Resort for an amazing Halloween experience in central Florida. SeaWorld Spooktacular is another fall event that you’ll come to love while visiting Orlando that takes place September 21st through October 27th of 2019.

I’ve been working seven days straight without having the chance to check out the latest fall event rumors at SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular and at the other parks.

This is mostly due to my late nights working that leave me extremely tired the next day.

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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).

But first, get the NEW ThemeParkHipster mobile app here!

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.

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Top 5 Fall Theme Park Events You must Try!

Top 5 Fall Theme Park Events You Should be Excited For with Diamond Gray of Ride Soother | Halloween Horror Nights, Howl-O-Scream, and more! | Episode 29

 5 Fall Theme Park Events You Should be Excited For with Diamond Gray of Diamond Hearts Theme Parks and Ride Soother | Halloween Horror Nights, Howl-O-Scream, Epcot Food and Wine Festival, and more! 

Happy early Autumn!

I am so glad to finally say that. This day has been on my mind since it ended last year. Fall has always been my favorite time of the year and although the seasons in Florida don’t change as drastically as other parts of America, I am grateful for what we do receive.

Things such as cooler temperatures, fewer people at the ThemeParks, and an escape to the true Florida outdoor life!

We come out of our summer hibernation in Florida and bask in the fall décor both autumn and spooky in nature as it kicks off the holiday season.

Our guest today is the owner of RideSoother.com. She has a strong love and passion for immersive theme parks rides; particularly at Disney and Universal.

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Halloween Horror Nights 1992

In 1992, the event was renamed Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights (advertised as the 2nd Annual Halloween Horror Night) instead of the previous Fright Nights. The 1992 year would add a new maze, The People Under the Stairs, in one of Universal’s soundstages.

Many of the attractions this year became “Horror-fied” and added a scary element to them.

Because of the success of the first year, Halloween Horror Nights would have a larger budget ($1 million) and would aim at becoming the number one Halloween event in America. Joseph Curley, Universal Studios Florida PR Manager at the time, stated that the 1992 year would be like Mardi Gras in New Orleans.

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Halloween Horror Nights Survival Guide 2019

Halloween Horror Nights Survival Guide and Tips!

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. The 2018 Halloween Horror Night event will take place from September 13th until November 3rd at Universal Studios Florida.

This year Universal will have a record number of haunted mazes, ten to be exact!

According to Universal,

This year, time twists and turns on itself–ripping cinematic greats, cult classics and even original nightmares from decades past into a new era of fear with more terrifying haunted houses than ever, sinister scare zones and outrageous entertainment.

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Halloween Horror Nights I AKA Fright Nights

Hey Hipsters! It’s time to relive the ghastly history of Universal’s most anticipated yearly event, Halloween Horror Nights.

Halloween Horrors Nights, created by Julie Zimmerman and John Paul Geurts, began as Fright Nights over in Hollywood, California and was brought to Florida in 1991 for three nights. The original concept of this event was to have a huge Halloween party throughout the Universal Studios Florida theme park. Little did the creators know that this spine-tingling affair would turn into a global phenomenon for over a quarter of a century.

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Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party Dates Announced for 2017

New Dates Announced for Magic Kingdom Special Events

The dates for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party are now available.

Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party are separately-ticketed events where the Magic Kingdom comes bursting to life with decorations, exciting entertainment and much more!

Tickets for both events will go on sale in May.

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13 Things We Love About Fall at the Florida Theme Parks

Pumpkin spice, horrors at Universal, wild nights at Busch Gardens, and trick or treating with Mickey are some things we love about fall in central Florida.

A couple of days ago I was riding in the car and for once I was able to have my windows down. There was a briskness in the Florida air that’s always welcomed and desired in this state. This time of year happens to be one of our (ThemeParkHipsters) favorites with the opportunity to enjoy the parks in the fall with fewer amounts of people. We come out of our summer hibernation in Florida and bask in the fall décor both autumn and spooky in nature as it kicks off the holiday season.

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