HHN Haunting of Hill House

Though we are less than two months away from the start of Halloween Horror Nights, only a few details have been released so far about this year's event, including Jack as event icon, the return of last year's Beetlejuice house, and the announcement of the original Puppet Theater: Captive Audience house in 2020. However, today Universal finally confirmed what had been rumored for over a year: Netflix's The Haunting of Hill House will be getting its own house, at both Universal Studios Florida and Universal Studios Hollywood. 

The maze will feature iconic scenes from this series, including the ominous and powerful Red Room and the infamous Hall of Statues. It won’t follow a specific character or timeline but guests will catch glimpses of the apparitions of William Hall, the Ghost in the Basement, and the Bent-Neck Lady.

Image: Universal/Netflix

Single-day tickets for this year's event are now available for purchase starting at $70.99 plus tax. Additionally, visitors can now purchase a Halloween Horror Nights Express Pass starting at $69.99 plus tax.

Multi-day tickets, including the Frequent Fear Pass and Rush of Fear pass are currently not available. It is not currently known if these tickets will be offered this year. You can learn more about this year's Halloween Horror Nights at the official event website here.


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