Universal Studios Florida has announced a third Halloween Horror Nights 32 haunted house: “Stranger Things.”
‘Stranger Things’ at Halloween Horror Nights 32
The announcement was made via a TV ad. Twitter user @ACELAND shared the ad, embedded below.
“Stranger Things” was featured in houses and mazes at Universal Studios Florida and Universal Studios Hollywood in 2018 and 2019. This new “Stranger Things” house, likely inspired by season four, has been rumored for a few weeks.
Season four of the hit Netflix series aired in 2022. Season five, the final season, does not have a release date yet. Season four follows the group as they are separated; with Mike, Will, Jonathan, and El in California; Hopper in Russia; and the rest of the gang in Hawkins. It introduced several new characters, including fan-favorite Eddie Munson, and villain Vecna.
Halloween Horror Nights 32
Halloween Horror Nights is an annual hard-ticket event held each fall at Universal Orlando Resort, Universal Studios Hollywood, Universal Studios Japan, and Universal Studios Singapore. It takes place on select nights between September and October (and sometimes November). This year’s event will be held from September 1 through October 31 at Universal Studios Florida.
Admission is separate from regular theme park admission. You do not need theme park admission to attend Halloween Horror Nights, but if you have a day ticket, it allows you to stay in the park to wait rather than exit and re-enter when the event opens.
Halloween Horror Nights 32 will feature 10 haunted houses, 5 scare zones, and an unconfirmed amount of live entertainment. “The Last of Us” is only the second confirmed house, with “Chucky” having been announced last year. You can check out a fan-made speculation map of the rumored lineup.
Guests can purchase Express Passes to skip the regular queue. RIP Tours offer a guided experience, with private and non-private options available.
The event’s tagline for 2023 is “Never Go Alone,” after a common saying between veteran HHN attendees.
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