Halloween Horror Nights just announced their second Haunted house for this year’s event in Orlando; Netflix’s The Haunting of Hill House. It has been almost 3 whole months since Halloween Horror Nights 30 was announced with its first house – Beetlejuice.
Netflix’s The Haunting of Hill House
It stands like a brooding creature, waiting for its victims. Enter the decaying remains of an aging mansion that lives – even if all who dwell there are long dead. Step right into Netflix’s supernatural masterpiece, The Haunting of Hill House.
- Each unsettling room, each darkened hallway, takes you deeper and deeper into your worst nightmares.
- Come face-to-face with The Tall Man, The Bent-Neck Lady, The Ghost in the Basement and more.
- Enter the Red Room and you may find yourself spending all of eternity listening to the sound of your own screams.
This is the second house to be added to the lineup, with Beetlejuice being the first house announced. There are still 8 houses, 5 scare zone, entertainment and more yet to be announced with just 57 days left until opening night. Stay tuned as we will bring you more information as it becomes available.
Orlando’s Premier Halloween Event begins Select nights Sept. 3–Oct. 31, 2021.
Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights, now in its 30th terrifying year, brings together the stories and visions of the world’s most notorious creators of horror. You’ll want to bring a friend with you so you have someone to cling to, someone to hide behind, somebody to panic with. Because just as in horror films where the first to wander off meets a terrible fate, there’s one thing to remember at Halloween Horror Nights: Never go alone.
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