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Rumored Location for Universal Monsters: Legends Collide and Other Halloween Horror Nights Mazes Rapidly Grow at Universal Studios Hollywood

As Halloween Horror Nights 2022 draws closer, the mazes are growing rapidly at Universal Studios Hollywood.

Curious George Parking Garage Tents

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A dilapidated house can be seen as the entrance to this under-construction maze.

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Cherry pickers clash in front of this lengthy maze.

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A close up look at the façade rumored to be for Scarecrow, an original maze. It may (or may not) be related to Scarecrow: The Reaping from Halloween Horror Nights 27 at Universal Orlando Resort.

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This busy construction site is full of lumber, cherry pickers, and other vehicles.

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Wooden portions of a maze can be seen jutting out, from underneath the tent covering.

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A side view of a large tent. The rundown maze entrance can be seen on the right. Trucks and cherry pickers fill the work area.

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The second tent is the likely home for An American Werewolf in London, rumored to return. A maze based on the film of the same name was last seen in 2014.

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It’s unknown if the house will be exactly the same or see changes, but the façade is starting to resemble The Slaughtered Lamb bar, just like in 2014.

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Several construction workers are spotted in the area.

Revenge of the Mummy: The Ride Queue

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Next, we spotted this maze being constructed behind The Mummy attraction.

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This brick façade includes bold lettering, reading “Alucard Trading Co.” Do you suppose this is a shopping center for vampires?

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Fittingly, this is the likely location for Universal Monsters: Legends Collide.

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Tools, lumber, and a green construction lift can be seen at this area.

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Tents cover the “Alucard” maze, which stretches around the building.

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Here is a wider look at where the “Alucard Trading Co.” maze fits in relation to Universal Studios Hollywood.

Parisian Courtyard Maze

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Finally, we noted major progress since our last update at the Parisian Courtyard area.

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This area is in front of Mel’s Diner. Bells hang from a weather-beaten structure.

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This maze is said to be an original based on the urban legend of La Llorona. Universal Studios Florida had a house based on the same legend at Halloween Horror Nights 23 that looked very similar. Compare the construction photos above to the photo from Orlando below.

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As construction continues ahead of the September 8 opening, we’ll post further progress of the maze construction.

Which Halloween Horror Nights 2022 mazes are you eager to line up for? Let us know in the comments.

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  1. Hopefully…… this year will be better than last year. What a joke, one would think that with all the animamtronics Hollywood has and all the special effects they could use, that they actually would use them. I mean jump outs and still props don’t bring the element of fear. Last year was a bust and we’re hoping that this year really doesn’t let us down. I come from a town that has crazy scary haunted attractions that will knock the socks off of Universal Hollywood hands down. Mazes need to have more attractions/characters like up on the boulevard
    That’s where you get your money’s worth. Out of all the attractions last year, I think the perfect was probably the best attraction, it could have been scarier but it was a cool walk through with good potential. I have such insight that would be beneficial to a better experience and even signed up to be apart of this year’s brainstorming of ideas but unfortunately was not selected. Hopefully next year! Until then, please don’t disappoint.

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