PHOTOS: Halloween Horror Nights Tribute Store Facade Going Up at Universal Studios Florida

With the Halloween season drawing ever nearer, Universal Orlando Resort is alive with activity preparing the park for the upcoming Halloween Horror Nights event. We’ve seen some new scare zones installed, we’ve seen the merchandise start to trickle into the stores, and we’ve even had some spooky snacks to whet our appetite for the season. And a highlight of each HHN event is always the Tribute Store, the one-stop-shop for Halloween Horror Nights goodies and merchandise. With the closure of the Jurassic World Tribute Store on August 9 and the announcement of the Halloween Horror Nights 30 Tribute Store opening on August 27, the Team Members at Universal have gotten to work flipping the space to set the scene for the new store.


A new façade has been erected at the entrance to the Tribute Store. While it is still under construction, a distinct feel is emerging from the new set pieces. Last year’s salute to HHN 30 at the Tribute store featured a burnt-out and collapsing church entrance piece. But this year’s façade seems more western-inspired, or possibly a country home.


With paneling all the way up the side, it does appear that this will have a second floor themed out as well, rather than just a sign hung above the entry door.

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The window pieces in the corner structure are a nice touch, giving the frontispiece a bit of dimension and depth.


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