JUST REVEALED: Final Six Houses for Halloween Horror Nights 2022

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Following the announcements of four killer houses so far – The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare, The Horrors of Blumhouse, Halloween, and Universal Monsters: Legends Collide – six original creations have just been revealed for Halloween Horror Nights 31 at Universal Orlando Resort. While previously announced houses are all based on pop-culture properties, the final houses to be unveiled are all created straight from the twisted minds of Universal Art & Design… with some even acting as sequels to previous fan favorites.

Tap into each article below to get the full scope of what to expect:

Hellblock Horror

Spirits of the Coven

Fiesta de Chupacabras

Dead Man’s Pier: Winter’s Wake

Bugs: Eaten Alive

Descendants of Destruction

Which are you most excited to step inside? Halloween Horror Nights 2022 will run select nights from September 2 through October 31. Find out everything you need to know about tickets here.

Learn more about Halloween Horror Nights in our insider’s guide, then discuss it all with 150,000+ other Universal die-hard fans in our Orlando Informer Community on Facebook. And be sure to follow Orlando Informer on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram for the latest news, tips, and more at Universal Orlando, Walt Disney World, and other Orlando attractions.

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