As Halloween grows closer, Universal Studios Hollywood is offering some not as scary experiences for little ones or those who scare too easily.
On Saturday, Oct. 27 and Sunday, Oct. 28 from 10am to 4pm little ones who dress up in their favorite Halloween costume can go Trick-or-Treating with some of Universal’s favorite characters. It’s the first time at Universal Studios Hollywood.
The Halloween celebration is included in the price of theme park admission to Universal Studios Hollywood. A specially-designed activity map will be provided complementary to help navigate the many memorably-ghoulish moments.
The at-a-glance schedule of events features:
10am – 4pm Trick-or-Treat and Character meet and greets at select theme park locations
11am – 2pm Halloween Party in the Plaza
1 – 2pm Costume Showcase at Universal Plaza
Hello Kitty fans will enjoy seeing her dressed in a Halloween-themed The Bride of Frankenstein costume. Others dressed for Halloween include The Illumination’s Minion Monsters, SpongeBob SquarePants and Patrick Star, Scooby Doo and the gang, Curious George, Woody Woodpecker, Dracula, Frankenstein and The Mummy.
There is a festive Halloween Party in the Plaza with a live DJ, music, games and costume showcase.
Universal Studios Hollywood invites guests to enter the Upside Down for a daytime “Lights On” experience of the “Stranger Things” maze to see how the popular TV series authentically comes to life nightly at “Halloween Horror Nights.” The maze by John Murdy, Creative Director and Producer of Universal Studios is inside a large Universal Studios soundstage with living, breathing, three-dimensional terror for fans of the Netflix’s critically-acclaimed television series. Get a chance to brace the Upside Down, search for young Will Byers through the multiform maze while walking through scene replications of the woods, classroom, Will’s home and isolated laboratory in Hawkins, Indiana.
See props from the popular Netflix series, themed photo ops and scare-actor make-up demonstrations.
From Monday, October 29 through Friday, November 2, daytime guests can enjoy self-guided tours of the movie-quality sets featured in the “Stranger Things” maze, all included in the price of daytime admission to the theme park.
For those willing to be scared, “Halloween Horror Nights” is now extended to Sunday, November 4. New this year at Universal Studios Hollywood is the R.I.P. Tour at “Halloween Horror Nights.” It’s a first-class ticket to terror that includes a private guided tour, gourmet buffet dinner, unlimited express line privileges and access to an exclusive “Stranger Things” lounge.
For exciting updates and exclusive “Halloween Horror Nights” visit Hollywood.HalloweenHorrorNights.com.