Universal Orlando has now confirmed all 10 haunted houses, 5 scare zones, and 2 shows for Halloween Horror Nights 31 at Universal Studios Florida.
This year’s event will feature 6 original houses, in addition to the 4 houses that have already been announced: The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare, The Horrors of Blumhouse, Universal Monsters: Legends Collide, and Halloween.
The event runs on select nights from September 2nd through October 31st. See the full list of haunted houses, scare zones, and shows below, along with official details and images.
This year’s event will host 10 haunted houses, including 6 originals. Originals are houses that are not based on existing intellectual properties, (but they may contain Halloween Horror Nights original characters and settings).
Here are all of the official listings and images for this year’s haunted houses:
The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare
For the first time ever, multi award-winning artist The Weeknd joins forces with Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights to inspire an all-new, terrifying haunted house based on his record-breaking “After Hours” album. With the eerie sounds of the hit album reverberating throughout the experience, guests will step into a surreal living nightmare in “The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare” – filled with grotesque characters and themes inspired by the artist’s music and short films.
John Carpenter’s classic 1978 slasher film Halloween returns to Halloween Horror Nights in a terrifying haunted house – “Halloween” – where guests come face-to-face with the merciless Michael Myers. As guests make their way through his dilapidated home and chilling moments from the film, they’ll narrowly dodge attacks from the knife-wielding Myers as he stalks their every move.
The Horrors of Blumhouse
Two horror masterpieces come to life in “The Horrors of Blumhouse.” Guests will find themselves trapped between a frantic teen and the ruthless serial killer she’s swapped bodies with in Freaky. Then, they’ll try to make a desperate escape from the dark basement of The Grabber’s “fun” house before they become his latest victim in the terrifying The Black Phone.
Universal Monsters: Legends Collide
Universal Pictures’ most notorious horror icons, The Wolf Man, Dracula and The Mummy, come together for the first time ever in the all-new “Universal Monsters: Legends Collide” haunted house. Guests will get caught in the middle of a bloodthirsty battle between the terrifying trio as they hunt to find the amulet that will break their curse – and they’ll destroy anyone who gets in their way.
Spirits of the Coven
Guests will be invited to a lively 1920s speakeasy, but something sinister is brewing beneath in “Spirits of the Coven.” A coven of seemingly beautiful flapper witches will lure those who enter into a hidden brewing area. Once they’ve ensnared their victims, they’ll reveal their haggish true form and turn guests into a witch’s brew. They’ll be cackling; everyone else will be screaming.
Bugs: Eaten Alive
While touring a 1950s home of the future, guests will be swarmed by hordes of revolting insects after a pest control system failure unleashes them. Many-legged horrors, growing, mutating and laying eggs in human hosts will worm their way into the deepest of fears. Those who dare enter will be dropping like flies in “Bugs: Eaten Alive.”
Fiesta de Chupacabras
The mountains of Latin America are filled with many wonderful traditions. In one tiny village, they pay tribute to the legendary creature Chupacabras with an annual fiesta. In “Fiesta de Chupacabras,” there’s more to the legend than meets the eye. And in this colorful village, the streets are lined with the crimson blood of visitors.
They too do time for their crimes. In “Hellblock Horror,” guests will have to survive visiting hours in a secret penitentiary that houses treacherous monsters and fiends of all kinds that are hell bent on taking over and destroying the world. The interdimensional power core containing the inmates has failed and the monsters are breaking out of their cells, allowing them easy access to guests, and the exit.
Dead Man’s Pier: Winter’s Wake
There’s nothing charming about this ghostly New England fishing village. A phantom sea captain is summoning undead fishermen from their watery grave, a grisly crew with rotting, barnacle-encrusted bodies. Guests may have escaped their hooks in the “Dead Man’s Wharf” scare zone in 2016 – now they’d better batten down the hatches before they’re reeled in and drug under in “Dead Man’s Pier: Winter’s Wake.”
Descendants of Destruction
Deep in the subway tunnels below an abandoned, toxic city, mutated humans fight for survival in “Descendants of Destruction.” The deeper one goes, the darker their fate. In the fading light of the poisoned depths, hideous creatures who’ve long ago left their humanity behind prey on all who try to make their way through the darkness.
You’ll find these 5 scare zones spread around the park, taking over entire streets, making it so that nowhere is safe.
Horrors of Halloween
The Pumpkin Lord, the spirit of Halloween, has returned to take over this year’s event, summoning hordes of fiendish creatures including demons, ghosts and witches. Terror has taken root.
Scarecrow: Cursed Soil
At an abandoned farm, scarecrow sentinels have risen from the crust of the earth to hunt souls and seek revenge. They’ll harvest the screams of those who dare enter this dilapidated barn.
The sweets from Major Sweets’ candy company have turned these 1950s kids into crazed killers. With pint-sized costumed maniacs roaming the streets, Halloween will be a night of trick or treat mayhem.
Graveyard: Deadly Unrest
On All Hallow’s Eve, a dark storm descends upon a cemetery and awakens long-dead spirits. These specters rise from their graves to capture souls for all eternity. No one living can escape them.
Conjure the Dark
An evil sorceress has entered twisted stone ruins and called forth monstrosities from dark dimensions. This Halloween, blood will feed her army of the night.
This year will see the return of a live show at the former Fear Factor Live stage, as well as new show on the park’s central lagoon.
Halloween Nightmare Fuel Wildfire
The show that sparked a firestorm last year is ablaze with a new nightmare. The pyro and aerial performers are back to reignite your fears. This show features the world-famous performance group, The Fuel Girls – highlighting a new Dreamer in the depths of a new nightmare set to a heart-pounding metal, rock and electronica score.
Ghoulish! A Halloween Tale
As darkness falls, a ghost story becomes reality as guests go beyond the grave in a spectacularly spooky show on Universal Studios’ lagoon, featuring huge water screens and sinister music. This show will be set to eerily-remixed music by some of today’s most iconic artists.
HHN Tribute Store 2022
For the first time ever, the scares taking root in the streets of Universal Studios Florida will bleed into the theme of the Halloween Horror Nights Tribute Store with a collection of incredibly detailed environments inspired by the iconic Halloween haunts featured throughout the event.
Guests will shop the latest Halloween Horror Nights merchandise and treats as they venture through a Pumpkin Patch, Cemetery and Witch’s Cottage – eventually making their way to the final room – an elaborate Halloween festival set in the same town as the store’s neighboring scare zone, “Sweet Revenge.”
Event Dates and Tickets
This year’s Halloween Horror Nights in Orlando will run from September 2nd through October 31st in 2022, on select nights. All ticket options and RIP/Unmasking the Horror tours are currently available for sale, as well as Express passes and scareactor dining.
Single-Night tickets can be purchased from the official website, starting at $73.99 per person, plus tax, depending on the date.
Rush of Fear Pass is available for $129.99 per person, plus tax. That multi-night ticket allows you to experience the first 17 event nights, and includes the following dates: Sept. 2-4, 7-11, 15-18, 21-25
Frequent Fear Pass is available for $179.99 per person, plus tax. That multi-night ticket gets you 27 nights, every Sunday through Thursday plus the first weekend, and includes the following dates: Sept. 2-4, 7-8, 11, 15, 18, 21-22, 25, 28-29 | Oct. 2, 5-6, 9, 12-13, 16, 19-20, 23, 26-27, 30-31
Frequent Fear Plus Pass costs $219.99 per person, plus tax and includes even more dates, up to 36 nights: Sept. 2-4, 7-9, 11, 15-16, 18, 21-23, 25, 28-30 | Oct.2, 5-7, 9, 12-14, 16, 19-21, 23, 26-31
Ultimate Frequent Fear Pass is $324.99 per person, plus tax, and allows you entry into every night of the event, plus free parking after 5pm.
See all ticket options and add-ons on the official website.
In addition to event tickets, Express passes, and select tours, you can also purchase a Scream Early Ticket and Scareactor Dining.
Scream Early Ticket costs $35 per person, plus tax, and gets you entry into Universal Studios Florida from 3-5 pm. At 5 pm you’ll wait in a Stay & Scream area until the event begins. (You do not require this ticket if you already have entry into the theme park during day, either from a regular theme park ticket or an annual pass.)
Scareactor Dining Experience is $54.99 per person, plus tax, but has been moved to Louie’s Italian Restaurant this year, as the Monsters Cafe has closed permanently to be transformed into a new dining location. Scareactor dining includes a themed dinner buffet, special scareactor photo opportunities, and a digital download of a photo taken during the dining experience.
Learn more and purchase your add-on tickets from the official website.
Be sure to stay tuned for our review of the event after opening weekend next month, as well as more theme park news from around Universal Orlando as it happens!
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