ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Halloween Horror Nights may not fall victim to 2020 after all.
Universal Studios announced that two of its horror nights houses will be open to the public later this week.
The theme park announced on July 24 that the annual extra-ticket event was being canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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On Wednesday, the theme park's premier-level passholders can register to preview the two houses on Friday. Then, on Saturday and Sunday, regular park goers will be able to access Universal's Virtual Line system to receive a time to go through the mazes.
No additional dates have been announced.