After the hit that Universal Orlando’s daytime Halloween Horror Nights houses were recently, it’s not too much of a surprise that they’ll be returning for the rest of spooky season!
While we were there during the opening weekend, there were a lot of Halloween Horror Nights fans flocking to see the Bride of Frankenstein and the Tooth Fairy. Now that Universal has announced that the houses will be fixed attractions this fall, it’s very likely that their attendance may continue to have a steady flow of visitors.
In preparation for the extra amount of guests who dare to test their fears at the Halloween Horror Nights houses, Universal Orlando has started to put shaded areas in the queues. Thanks to @bioreconstruct, we were able to get a look at the outside canopies for guests to stand underneath as they’re waiting in line.
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Despite the lines appearing to be long, Universal has put distancing measures in place. There are only a certain amount of Virtual Queues given out at the beginning of the day for the attractions (even though you might be able to score a random spot later in the afternoon).
Distancing markers and dots are placed throughout the queues for guests to stand on while they wait. Plus, individual parties are asked to go through the houses together, instead of having the normal continual flow of guests entering the space.
Have you walked through the daytime Halloween Horror Nights houses yet? Let us know in the comments below!
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