Universal Orlando Reveals 6 HHN Houses and Premium Scream Night 2024

Halloween Horror Nights kicks off earlier than ever in 2024 at Universal Studios Orlando Resort, beginning in August and running for a total of 48 select nights, with advance tickets on sale now, and six of this year’s haunted houses were revealed last week, in addition to the just announced first ever Premium Scream Night. Read on for today’s full official press release on Premium Scream Night and details about the first six houses.

It’s every Halloween Horror Nights fan’s dream (or nightmare) come true – for the first time ever, guests can experience Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights before it officially opens with limited capacity and shorter wait times at an exclusive Premium Scream Night event on Thursday, August 29. Tickets for this unparalleled experience go on sale on Thursday, June 6.

Premium Scream Night guests will earn the ultimate bragging rights as they will be among the first to face this year’s slate of all-new frights comprised of 10 horrifying, movie-quality haunted houses inspired by cinematic greats and eerie original stories created by the twisted minds of Universal’s Entertainment team, five scare zones filled with hordes of menacing creatures and outrageous live entertainment. Ticketholders will also enjoy:

  • Everything fans love about the world’s premier Halloween event in a more intimate experience – complete with limited capacity and shorter wait times;
  • Staggered entry by group into the haunted houses, so everyone will fall prey to the scares lurking at every turn;
  • A selection of all-you-care-to-enjoy food items created by Universal’s award-winning culinary team and inspired by this season’s haunts, as well as non-alcoholic beverages;
  • An exclusive event souvenir credential and lanyard;
  • Access to select attractions at Universal Studios Florida;
  • and free self-parking on August 29.

Tickets for the Halloween Horror Nights Premium Scream Night event are limited and will be available for purchase online beginning June 6 for $350 plus tax. Universal Annual and Seasonal Passholders can purchase tickets for the discounted price of $325 plus tax.

In addition to this new early preview event, the first six original haunted house reveals for Orlando’s HHN 2024 were also announced in recent days, including:

Slaughter Sinema 2 – If you’re dying for a B-movie horror marathon, head to the Carey Drive-in. Scream through scenes from creature features, grindhouse gore, spaghetti westerns and more.

Goblin’s Feast – Welcome to the Goblin’s Feast Tavern and visit the goblin village where a lavish feast is being prepared for goblins, orcs, hobgoblins and witches. And you’re the main course.

Major Sweets Candy Factory – You’ve been invited to chaperone a field trip to a candy factory. But this sweet tour is about to turn sour when free samples transform the kids into candy-coated killers wielding sharpened candies.

The Museum: Deadly Exhibit – You’re going to check out The Rotting Stone, the local folklore museum’s infamous new exhibit. An evil spirit escapes from within, possessing the other displays and decaying everything in its path.

Monstruos: The Monsters of Latin America (featured at HHN Hollywood 2023) – ¡Ten cuídado! With La Muerte as your guide, you’ll be asking for piedad from these three terrifying monsters: the blood-sucking Tlahuelpuchi, owl-faced witch La Lechuza and bone-ripping El Silbón.

Triplets of Terror – You’re invited to the Barmy triplets’ birthday bash. But beware, they celebrate by recreating their family’s murders. Prepare for a gory gathering.

Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando officially kicks off on August 30 and will run select nights through November 3.

Tickets are on sale now here.

Look for more announcements and house reveals for HHN 2024 at Orlando and Hollywood coming soon.

[Related: Watch HDN’s 2023 visit to Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood here.]

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Matt Artz

Founded Halloween Daily News in 2012 and the Halloween International Film Festival in 2016. Professional writer/journalist/photographer since 2000.