Attention Halloween Horror Night fans, this weekend is the chance to see two haunted houses at Universal Studios Orlando.
Park executives are calling it a seasonal experience test that is taking place on Sept. 19 and 20.
But like all things 2020 this year is different, the houses will be accessible with regular daytime park admission but Universal promises on their website, “These haunted houses will scare the daylights out of you all weekend long, with frights brought to life through twisted artistry.”
The themes are Revenge of the Tooth Fairy and Universal Monsters: The Bride of Frankenstein Lives, check out the descriptions below:
Universal Monsters: The Bride of Frankenstein Lives
“We belong dead.” The last words of Frankenstein’s monster on that fateful night when his Bride rejected him. But his end was her beginning. Now the Bride is stepping out of the shadows to bring him back. And there’s nothing she won’t do as she sharpens her brilliance by experimenting on unsuspecting victims. The mate will have her monster. And the monster his mate.
Revenge of the Tooth Fairy
The innocent traditions of the tooth fairy hide a darker ritual. All children must give up their baby teeth to the goblinesque tooth fairies or pay a gruesome price. Step into an old manor that has been overrun by yellow-clawed fiends who extract teeth by force. It’s an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth.
Due to the nature of the houses, they are only available to those aged 13 and older.
Universal is offering trick or treating at some retails stores in Islands of Adventure for the little ones and costumes are encouraged to be worn all season.
Sea World Orlando is also offering tricks and treats for all ages adding a Halloween maze and cookie decorating with Sesame Street character Cookie Monster to its Spooktacular lineup this weekend.
Meantime, Busch Gardens plans to begin its Howl-O-Scream event on September 25, which will feature open-air scare zones.
All events will be operating in a limited capacity to maintain distancing.