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Halloween  Horror Nights, Universal

UPDATE June 17 - Horror Night Nightmares have released their latest Speculation Map V3.0 this week showing what is currently speculated for this year's Halloween Horror Nights 31 at Universal Studios Florida.
PLEASE NOTE - Unless stated as confirmed, this information is speculation.

The current Haunted Houses listed on the speculation map are:

  • Witch
  • The Evil Dead
  • Halloween CONFIRMED
  • El Chupacabra 
  • Dead Man's Wharf
  • The Horrors of Blumhouse The Black Phone & Freaky
  • Bug House
  • Seeds of Extinction 2
  • Universal Monsters Legends Collide CONFIRMED
  • The Weekend

We now have official confirmation that the Universal Monsters Legends Collide and Halloween haunted houses will be at this year's event. The current changes on the speculation map seem to be that Stranger Things has been replaced by The Evil Dead and Seeds of Extinction 2 will replace The Wicked Growth 2. A new house has been listed as Witch.

The Scarezones are now listed as:

  • Traditional Halloween
  • Candy Mutants
  • Treaks and Foons
  • Scarecrow
  • Vampires

Also, the new show, Nightmare Fuel has also been added. There are likely to be many more changes over the coming weeks and we will keep you posted here at Theme Park Tourist on these developments as they are announced.

UPDATE (April 18) - Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Florida is one of the top events of the year and as we head through April and into May the speculation begins as to what we are likely to see. Last week, Horror Night Nightmares posted their Speculation Map V2.0 on twitter which is embedded below. This map will be updated throughout the year as more information is shared from Universal regarding the confirmed line up. NOTE - This is speculation and is not confirmed as of yet! 

Currently the following ten Haunted House themes are speculated:

  • Stranger Things
  • Dead Man's Wharf
  • Bug House
  • Universal Monsters: The Mummy Vs The Wolfman
  • El Chupacabra
  • The Horrors of Blumhouse The Black Phone & Freaky
  • Underground Creatures
  • The Wicked Growth 2
  • Halloween
  • The Weekend

UPDATE (March 25) - Tickets for Halloween Horror Nights 2022 are now on sale through the Universal Orlando Resort Website. Tickets will be available for dates from September 2 to October 31. With the teaser tweet yesterday we are expecting to get further details regarding haunted houses and scare mazes for this year's event in the coming weeks. We will keep you posted with all the information on our news and Facebook page.

March 24 - Fans of Halloween Horror Nights have been treated to an interesting photo today. A tweet has appeared on the official Halloween Horror Nights twitter account, teasing what could be to come for this year's event.

Although it is still only March, fans have been excitedly replying to the tweet wondering what it means. The tweet is embedded below:

The photo shows a cracked phone splattered with blood with the iconic words "Never go alone". It leaves fans wondering whether this is hinting at a possible Scream house for this year's Halloween Horror Nights. There has already been speculation about this online especially as there is a new film due out this year.

Last year was Halloween Horror Nights 30th Anniversary year and included a whole host of original haunted houses and five new scare zones. This year's event is set to begin on September 2 and run all the way through to October 31, 2022. 

Halloween Horror Nights, Universal
Image: Universal

Let us know if you want to see a 'Scream' haunted house at Halloween Horror Nights this year by leaving us a comment below or on our Facebook page. We will keep you up to date with all the latest Halloween Horror Nights announcements as soon as we get them.

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