All the 2024 Universal Halloween Horror Nights Houses That Have Been Announced

It’s never too early to start thinking about Halloween, especially if you’re planning on attending Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights this year.

Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios

You can grab those tickets for it RIGHT now, and we’ve already seen a first look at this year’s merchandise, too. Every year, there are a variety of haunted houses that you can check out, and we already know about some that will be available this year. 

Here are the houses that have been confirmed for this year’s Halloween Horror Nights.

A Quiet Place

That’s right — the movie franchise A Quiet Place is coming to Halloween Horror Nights in 2024! Universal says, “Silence your screams if you want to survive the terrifying post-apocalyptic world, where creatures hunt down anyone who makes a sound.”


Triplets of Terror

The Barmy Triplets are having a birthday bash, and you’ve been invited. However, they celebrate by recreating their family’s murders, so needless to say, the gathering will be gory.


This house is a new one for this year.

Monstruos: The Monsters of Latin America

Monstruos: The Monsters of Latin America will also make its debut at Halloween Horror Nights this year. This experience will have you guided by La Muerta.


According to Universal, “You’ll be begging for piedad from these three terrifying legends: Tlahuelpuchi, La Lechuza and El Silbón.”

The Museum: Deadly Exhibits

Visit the new folklore museum exhibit, appropriately named, The Rotting Stone. Of course, something goes wrong during your visit.


An evil will escape from the museum, “destroying everything in its path.”

Major Sweets Candy Factory

Visiting the Major Sweets Candy Factory might sound like a dream come true, but this is one field trip you might wish you hadn’t chaperoned.


The deadly delicious treats here can turn kids into “sugar-fueled fiends.”

Goblin’s Feast

Stop for a while at the Goblin’s Feast Tavern and visit a goblin village where a huge and lavish feast is being prepared for goblins, orcs, hobgoblins, and witches.


The main course is…YOU.

Slaughter Sinema 2

It’s time for a B-movie horror marathon at the Carey Drive-In. You’ll be able to scream your way “through scenes from creature features, grindhouse gore, spaghetti westerns, and more.”


It sounds like you might be the star of these B-movies.

We’re sure there will be plenty of other announcements about haunted houses coming to this year’s event (there were 10 houses last year). Halloween Horror Nights runs on select nights from August 30th through November 3rd from 6:30PM until 2AM. Tickets are on sale now starting at $82.99 and going up from there depending on date and ticket type.


The event includes access to the haunted houses plus special entertainment, food, merchandise, and more.

Check back with AllEars again soon for more.

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