Ghostbusters Coming to Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights


The Ghostbusters franchise has been making a lot of news lately.

It’s the 35th anniversary of the original film and filming has begun on Sony Pictures new Ghostbusters 2020 movie. And now Ghostbusters is coming to Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights, for the first time ever!

The version that will be used in the mazes for this years Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Orlando Resort will be based on the classic 1984 film and will include scenes like the New York Public Library, the Temple of Gozer and more!

Here’s a fun teaser that Universal released!

I was so excited I geeked out a little (well a lot.)


The official write-up

In this haunted house, you’ll be transported to the streets of New York as the rift between worlds opens, releasing ghoulish spirits, hideous specters and ectoplasm-dripping phantasms in every shape and size. Come face-to-face with the voracious Slimer, the all-power Gozer the Gozerian, Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man and more.

Peter, Ray, Egon and Winston will have to save the day as these paranormal creatures materialize in unexpected places – but will their proton packs be enough?

Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights in Orlando will begin on September 6, 2019 and in Hollywood on September 13, 2019!  You can buy your tickets now and I do recommend purchasing the extra Express Pass. If you want to see more and do more you will need either multiple night passes or the Express Pass.

I’m so excited about this! They have Stranger Things returning and now Ghostbusters 1984!  This is definitely the year to visit!

You can buy tickets, book a hotel, and more by visiting the Universal pages. Orlando or Hollywood. Or contact your preferred travel agent!

Source: Universal

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