ORLANDO, Fla. — In less than two months, Halloween Horror Nights will begin at Universal Studios Florida, but set pieces for the event have already started to appear at the park.
What You Need To Know
- Universal has started installing sets for Halloween Horror Nights
- The first sets are for a scare zone in the Hollywood section of Universal Studios Florida
- This year's event will feature 10 haunted houses, five scare zones and two live shows
The set pieces have been installed in the park’s Hollywood section and are for one of the event’s scare zones.
The structures are made to look like brick and stone sections of an old building.
Universal has placed signs near some of the set pieces that acknowledge the transformation underway at the park.
“Pardon our dust,” the sign reads. “We are in the process of transforming our park for Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights.”
So far, Universal hasn’t announced any of the scare zones for this year’s event. However, a few haunted houses have been revealed, including Universal Monsters: Legends Collide, Halloween, and the Horrors of Blumhouse.
The event will feature 10 haunted houses, five scare zones, and two live shows.
Halloween Horror Nights will run select nights Sept. 2 through Oct. 31.