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Halloween Horror Nights 2024 Haunted Houses Preview

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Universal Orlando announced not just one or two, but SIX Halloween Horror Nights Houses over the past 7 days. This article covers the incredible six original concept haunted houses announced over the past week, when to expect further announcements, and how to book tickets NOW.

Slaughter Sinema 2

Halloween Horror Night’s salute to schlocky movies is back in Slaughter Sinema 2. Your night trip to the local Carey Drive-In Theater runs amuck as scenes from the schlockiest movies this side of the 1980s. Expect to see rooms theme dot grindhouse flicks, spaghetti westerns, and neon punk skeletons. The original house was a fan favorite and we expect this house to have long lines due to the built-up hype.

Goblin’s Feast

Fantasy meets graphic gore in this comedic haunted house right out of a game of Dungeons & Dragons. Goblins, orcs, and witches are preparing a feast of lost explorers and we’re included on the menu. Before arriving at the feast, guests will walk through woods and a goblin village.

Major Sweets Candy Factory

A prequel to the 2022 Halloween Horror Nights “Sweet Revenge” scare zone, Major Sweets Candy Factory is a look at the dark plans that lead to the famous Halloween parade invasion. Walk into Major Sweets’ factory and discover how he turns regular children into feral monsters.

The Museum: Deadly Exhibits

A folklore museum displaying the Rotting Stone (get it?) becomes alive when the evil enhabiting the stone escapes. Now we must escape the museum, avoiding killer exhibits and violent history, to live another day. We can’t help but notice how much this haunted house concept sounds like Mystic Manor at Hong Kong Disneyland, only if the released spirits were murderous and not simply kooky.

Monsteruos: The Monsters of Latin America

Monstruos, the jungle-themed haunted “house”, stars three Latin American monster legends: the shape-shifting, Mexican vampire Tlahuelpuchi, the Mexcian murderous owl-humanoid La Lechuza who stalks drunks, and the Colombian and Venezuelan El Silbón who terrorizes “womanizers”. Timely.

Triplets of Terror

It’s the Barmy’s triplets birthday party and you’re invited! There aren’t pony rides and bounce castles at this event, instead, it’s decorated in the recreations of the family’s murderous habits in the town. We are expecting this house to be filled with gore and blood for the squeamish out there.

Tickets & Event Dates

⭐️ Single Night Admission starts at $82.99  to $122.99 online; admission purchased at the park will cost even more, save money and buy on your phone. We expect multi-night admissions such as Rush of Fear and Frequent Fear to go on sale later this summer.

⭐️ Express Pass starts at $129.99 per person plus tax; purchase online or at the park.

⭐️ RIP Tours are guided by Team Members who bypass all the lines and walk your tour to the front lines. Prices start at $359.99 per person plus tour tax and event admission; purchase online. 

⭐️ Behind the Screams is a lights-on guided tour of select haunted houses. Pricing starts at $99.99 per person plus tax for a 3-house tour and $179.99 for a 6-house tour; admission to the theme park and HHN is not included nor required for the tour. Purchase online. 

Halloween Horror Nights Orlando 2024 runs on select nights from August 30 through November 1, 2024.

What house are you most excited about? Leave your thoughts in the comments below!

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Joseph Matt

Joe covers theme parks through the lens of his quality engineering day job. He has over five years of writing experience at Touring Plans and has gone on dozens of trips to Orlando over his life. When not at amusement parks you can find Joe at breweries, enjoying live theater, playing video games, and cooking.

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