What do The Wolf Man, Dracula and The Mummy all have in common? They’re all set to give Universal Studios guests the fright of their lives. 

The three movie monsters will appear in the studios’ brand new haunted house maze at Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Orlando Resorts as part of the 2022 Halloween Horror Nights. Visitors to both the California and Florida locations will experience the battle of a lifetime set to original music by Grammy-award winning musician and Universal Studios’ longtime collaborator, Slash.

The maze, titled Universal Monsters: Legends Collide, will transport guests into the 19th century, where The Wolf Man, Dracula and The Mummy all seek The Amulet of Ra. While The Wolf Man intends to use the amulet to break his curse, Dracula and The Mummy aim to use it to overthrow humankind. Guests will witness a ferocious fight that promises excitement, terror, and only one monstrous survivor. 

This haunted house is the first announced of many mazes set for Halloween Horror Nights, with the attraction accompanied by exhilarating live shows, hair-raising rides, and designated ‘Scare Zones’ filled with scream-inducing scare actors. 

Visitors to Universal Orlando Resorts get a head start on the horror, with the event beginning on Friday September 2, 2022, and featuring 10 unique haunted houses. Universal Studios Hollywood, meanwhile, will commence creepiness on Thursday September 8, 2022 with a total of eight haunted houses and the Terror Tram, a frightening experience unique to the California location. Both events will run until October 31, 2022. 

Tickets and vacation packages for Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights are on sale now, with options for single-night passes, express passes and V.I.P. tours of the haunted houses. Tickets for the California event are expected to be available soon. Halloween Horror Nights will also occur at Universal Studios’ Japan and Singapore locations, with no attractions yet announced. 

 

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