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Halloween Horror Nights FL

“The Nation’s Premier Halloween Event!”

Halloween Horror Nights FL is a Haunted Attraction located in Orlando, FL.

Rated 8.88/10 by Team Floridead

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6000 Universal Blvd, Orlando, FL 32819

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Halloween Horror Nights™ is held select nights each fall.

As the sun sets on days filled with thrills in all of Universal’s theme parks, the night awakens with a frightening chill at Universal Studios Florida™. It’s the World’s Premier Halloween Event—bringing together the stories and visions of the most notorious creators of horror and taking them to the next level. From cinematic greats and crazed current cult favorites to the park’s original abominations—every year, the legend grows and the experience reaches beyond your wildest nightmares.

Enter terrifying haunted houses inspired by the biggest names in horror, plus Universal’s own twisted creations. You’re never quite sure if your spine is tingling with dread or sheer excitement.

Surrounded in shadow by screams and mad laughter, face monstrous creatures on streets transformed into nightmarish scare zones.

Escape to some of Universal Studios’ most exhilarating attractions where heart pounding takes on a different meaning—until the horror calls you back.

Lose yourself in outrageous live entertainment filled with diabolically entertaining surprises.


Paid Parking, Handicap Accessible, Food/Concessions, Gift Shop/Souvenirs, Optional Games/Midway, “Hi-Tech” Attraction, You will NOT be touched, Movie Characters, Original Characters, Indoor/Outdoor Waiting Line, Indoor/Outdoor Attraction


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Guest Reviews
Guest Average: 4.67 out of 10

Matt – 5/10October 2, 2016
Very rude staff, hard to find the food you want, staff not very knowledgeable about food locations, …show more too many kids running free with no parental supervision. Very inaccurate wait times. Have had some very good times over the years. Seems less effort is being put into the scaring of guests. Scare zones are getting really old. Severe lack of enthusiasm

Jesse Stoll – 360 America Haunt Tour – 5/10October 10, 2015
Ticket Price: $222 (FL resident and Express Pass)

Est Wait Time: 45 min – 2 hours without express …show more *5 – 15 min max per haunt with
express (9 total houses and 4 non-existent scare zones)

Highlight: The Body Collectors lent a few scares with up close encounters and
yanking / grabbing innocent victims and cutting their throats and the beautiful
Shadybrook Asylum façade with the dreary snow effect added a nice touch.

In One Sentence: Each year the HHN scare factor and attention to detail has taken a notch down from the early days of the original Jack and Eddie to a point now that it has really only cornered itself as a teenage hangout and cheese fest. *Also more expensive than ever before so that lent even more to the disappointment

Aesthetics (7)
(Costumes, Actors,Special EFX, Décor, Props, Set)

The Story (4)
(The Plot, Creativity)

Intensity (4)
(Scare Factor, Extremities)

The Bottom Line Rating(Overall): 5

In 2015 360 America Haunt Tour visited 46 Haunts, 18 Attractions in 1 Month!

If you have any questions feel free to email the review author at: jstollbbr@yahoo.com

Tara – 4/10October 22, 2022
I’ve gone to HHN in 98,00,01,02,03,09,10,11,15.
It has changed significantly throughout the years. …show more 2001 was by far the best out of the years I’ve attended. The years of Jack were great. The streets used to be dark,eerie, and scary. Now they are lit up and overcrowded. The scare zones are non existent. There are props, uesy, but they are too lit, and fogless. The days of the foggy, scary strobe lit scare zones have been long.gome. Why?!? It feels more like a kid friendly Halloween carnival and a teenaged rated 13 scare factor. The full liquor bars are far and few between where there used to be portable bars everywhere. I don’t consider their rum or gin punch bars a bar. The houses are too lit. They lack darkness, hanging props of the past, fog and strobe lights. They are predictable and fairytale like instead of creepy or scary. There are a few rooms here and there throughout that are creepy/scary, but no more than one or 2 per house of lucky. Where are the earlier years had houses that literally scared the crap out of you due to the darkness and or strobe lighting and fog with an actor appearing and disappearing in slow motion in between a strobe.
The costumes,and makeup are amazing. I do see the special effects.and efforts made within the houses by the actors. They get a 9. The too lit, fog & strobeless rooms throughout lowers it to a 5 in comparison to the early years.
The scare zones and overly lit streets are the biggest disappointment though. The actors are few and lacking of energy or scares. Little to no fog and zero strobe lights. It felt like a kid Halloween carnival tbh. Scare zones get a 1. We were highly disappointed. I brought 7 ppl who had never been, and I really vamped up how eerie the park is and how the scare zones are the best part..only to be proven terribly.wrong without a single scare zone with fog to walk through. We saw a cpl actors sit aside the zone for 20 min without making a single effort. It was beyond disappointing, especially after.spe ding over $1600 for the family to come. Everytime I go, the scare zones become less and the park is more.lit up. Bring back the days of the real horror. Where a.momsters face would appear out of the fog in slow motion due to the strobe light only to disappear on the next blink of the strobe.
Stop trying to save a buck by selling liquorless punch and bring back the portable bars. Save the buck on the electricity and bring back the darkness. Stop overcrowding the park. I remember the years where it was possible to sell out before it got to the point of an average weekend night now.
The prices are outrageous, but would be worth it if they brought back the old and got rid of the childlike new. Jump scares are nothing without eerie lighting, fog, darkness, and music. The park used to be filled with eerie,creepy or even grim music. Not cheery, happy, carnival New age stuff with monsters laughing and skipping in the streets,or even yawning looking bored in the corner. I shouldn’t have been able to see them all at once across the street..where the heck was the FOG?! BRING BACK THE HALLOWEEN VIBE PLEASE! INSTEAD OF THE ADOLESCENT BRIGHTLY LIT KID FESTIVAL! WHAT HAPPENED TO HALLOWEEN ‘HORROR’ NIGHTS?
Bring back the horror! Bring back the haunted park,not just the houses.

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