PHOTO REPORT: Universal Orlando Resort 11/1/20 (Beetlejuice Haunted House Opens, Hot Butterbeer Returns, New UOAP November Button, Magnet, and “Harry Potter” Map, and More)

It’s showtime! Today is the last and final day for all the Halloween offerings around the Universal Orlando Resort, so we’re going to take one final opportunity to get spooky. We made our way into Universal Studios Florida this morning to take in a little more Beetlejuice.

Beetlejuice Halloween Horror Nights 2020 haunted house entrance

The rumors of a potential 2 day only “Beetlejuice” themed haunted house were confirmed Saturday morning and Virtual Line times quickly ran out.


Today, the Virtual Line times were snapped up quickly by eager fans, but left many guest disappointed that they would not be able to experience the house. Team Members were communicating to guests with a microphone that the house was at capacity and was Virtual Line only. We enjoyed every bit of it yesterday, and today we noticed even more scare actors and details through the house. Be sure to check out our full review of this limited time experience and we can only hope this house returns in 2021.


Barney was doing a great job of entertaining the guests heading over to the Beetlejuice house.


We encountered a huge turn out of Annual Passholders waiting in line for the UOAP Lounge this morning. The first of the month is when passholders can pick up their latest extras, and this month offered a special treat of 3 unique items.


We grabbed our exclusive UOAP Christmas magnet, Meteolojinx button, and “Harry Potter” map designed by House of MinaLima. These are available while supplies last, so be sure to stop by the UOAP Lounge on your next visit.


Over in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, hot Butterbeer has returned. Despite the hot weather, we sipped this one down quickly. We can’t wait to be savoring a hot Butterbeer while experiencing the holiday offerings.


Christmas decorations have started to go up around Diagon Alley as well.


The Knight Bus conductor has moved up to the front of the bus by the shrunken head so they can both interact with guests a little better.


Halloween Horror Nights face coverings were marked down to $0.99.


The food cart on the corner by Universal Studios’ Classic Monsters Cafe was offering a BBQ Pork Sandwich for $13. It’s great to see more food options around the park.


The Universal Studios retro merchandise continues to trickle in with the addition of this new crop top. We spotted this at the Universal Studios Store for $30.


We spent our day enjoying the final moments of Halloween, but we’ll be back tomorrow and ready to take in all the decorations and themed Christmas trees around Islands of Adventure. Be sure to stay tuned to Universal Parks News Today for more updates!