Now that fall is here, kids may have Halloween on the brain. If you’re looking to take advantage of fall deals and visit Universal Orlando, its 26th annual Halloween Horror Nights is officially open and running through October 31, 2016.
One of the largest Halloween-themed events in the country, Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights features nine haunted houses, including one modeled after TV shows “American Horror Story” and “The Walking Dead,” and multiple houses centered around horror films like “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre,” “The Exorcist,” and “Halloween.”
Five unique scare zones and two live shows are also featured during the special event. The brand new Repository interactive experience (an additional fee) features technology, real characters, storytelling and more.
Halloween Horror Nights runs on select nights through October 31. General admission tickets to Universal Orlando gains visitors entrance to the Halloween events and begin at $105 per day.
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