Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood will both feature the otherworldly attraction
Ready to venture into the Upside Down? Fans of Stranger Things will want to plan their visit to Universal Studios this Halloween, as both the Hollywood and Orlando properties will be bringing back this special attraction for Halloween Horror Nights. Season four will be the focus, and guests will want to band together as they come face-to-face with Vecna. HHN 2018 and 2019 previously included Stranger Things haunted houses, and guests have been eagerly awaiting its return.
“The Stranger Things haunted house mirrors the mind-bending twists and supernatural terror of season four, immersing guests in a heart-pounding experience alongside valiant characters from the series, including Eleven, Max, Eddie, and more,” according to John Murdy, executive producer of Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood.
“Guests will find themselves on the front line of Vecna’s deadly attacks on the citizens of Hawkins while traveling through iconic scenes, including the notorious Hawkins Lab, the enigmatic Creel House, and Vecna’s chilling mindscape. Along the way, guests will confront their deepest fears and come face-to-face with otherworldly creatures like demobats and even Vecna himself. In a race against the clock, guests find themselves in the ultimate showdown within Vecna’s blood-red Mind Lair, striving to escape and save mankind from his deadly curse.”
Eight terrifying haunted houses are expected for HHN 2023, including one featuring characters from The Last of Us. The Terror Tram is also back, taking you and your friends on a journey unlike any other. Be sure you download the official Universal Studios app before your visit so that you can get the most out of your time at Universal Studios Hollywood or Universal Orlando Resort.
Halloween Horror Nights may not be suitable for young children and is not recommended for children under 13. No costumes or masks are allowed during the event.