ORLANOD, Florida. – Strange things – um, strange things, we mean – back at Universal Studio Halloween Horror Nights in 2023.
The new haunted house will be themed after Season 4 of the hit Netflix show, and guests will return to Hawkins, Indiana to meet new supervillain Vecna.
“Guests will be at the forefront of Vecna’s deadly attacks on the people of Hawkins, traveling through iconic sites including the infamous Hawkins Lab, Creel’s mysterious home, and Vecna’s mind-chilling mind,” reads the press release.
Along the way, guests will face their deepest fears and come face to face with otherworldly beings such as demons and even Vecna himself. In a race against the clock, the guests find themselves in a showdown in Vecna’s blood-red Mind Lair as they seek to escape and save humanity from its deadly curse.”
This is the latest haunted house to be announced at Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights in 2023. Universal previously announced haunted houses for Chucky and Last of us.
Halloween Horror Nights kicks off September 1st at Universal’s Orlando Resort in Florida and runs through November 4th, 2023, providing 48 days of haunted houses, scare zones, and screams.
Tickets went on sale on Thursday. Single day tickets start at $79.99 plus tax. Universal is also offering its popular subscriptions this year: Rush of Fear, Frequent Fear, Frequent Fear Plus and Ultimate Frequent Fear Plus, as well as backstage tours.
Visit https://www.universalorlando.com for more information on tickets, prices and schedules.