[UPDATED] Here’s What’s Coming to Halloween Horror Nights 2024 at Universal Studios Hollywood

July 11, 2024
A terrifying figure from Halloween Horror Nights.

Like the undead, Halloween Horror Nights (affectionately nicknamed HHN) rises again! Spooky season will descend upon Universal Studios Hollywood before you know it — and with it, a series of truly terrifying haunted houses, scare zones, shows, and of course, the Terror Tram. Whether you’re a horror superfan or just looking for some Halloween thrills; whether you’re into the classics or the freshest kills; HHN is undoubtedly the place to be. The annual event is always a frighteningly good time, and this year will be no exception!

Here’s everything we can tell you so far about Halloween Horror Nights 2024 at Universal Studios Hollywood. Oh, and by the way — we’ll update this blog as new HHN ‘24 announcements are made, so check back here for the latest news. 

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Guests are frightened by figures in pumpkin masks at Halloween Horror Nights.

When is Halloween Horror Nights 2024?

This year, HHN at Universal Studios Hollywood will run on select nights from September 5 to November 3. The event begins at 7 p.m. each night. 

Where Can I Get HHN 2024 Tickets?

Tickets for this year’s Halloween Horror Nights are on sale now! The ticketing options are the same as those for last year’s event, including one-night General Admission, 2 p.m. Day/Night, Frequent Fear Passes, Ultimate Fear Passes, Universal Express and Universal Express Unlimited, and, of course, the R.I.P. Tour. Early Access Tickets are also available.

Check out the HHN Hollywood ticketing page to find the latest prices and the nitty-gritty details on the admission options. And remember: ticket prices increase as the event draws near. So hop on it! 


La Llorona at Halloween Horror Nights.


A Quiet Place - HHN key art

Want to live another day in this post-apocalyptic world? You’re going to have to keep your mouth shut. In “A Quiet Place,” any sound you emit — screams, gasps, even a creak in floorboard — can be your demise. 

While the prequel film, “A Quiet Place: Day One” hits theaters on June 28, 2024, this house lives in the world of “A Quiet Place” (2018) and “A Quiet Place Part II” (2020). In this universe, Earth has been overtaken by horrifying, sightless creatures who find their prey with their exceptional hearing. The only way to survive is by staying completely silent. In this HHN house, you, like the Abbott family (those films’ protagonists), will creep from the farmhouse to the woods to the foundry in complete quiet. That is, you’d better move in complete quiet. One slip-up and you’ll summon the terrifying creatures, who will silence you for good. 

One of the most exciting aspects of this house is its incorporation of American Sign Language (ASL). The use of ASL is a key plot point in both “A Quiet Place” films, so its presence at HHN enhances the authenticity of the house. This is the first time we’ll experience ASL in an HHN house — and we can’t wait.


Ghostbusters Key Art - HHN

Make sure you pack a sweater, ‘cause it’s about to get chilly at HHN! In “Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire” — based on the 2024 installation of the beloved comedy-sci fi flicks — an ancient artifact has released a chilling new specter named Garraka. Garraka’s goal? Destroy humanity by unleashing a new ice age unto Earth.

In this all-new haunted house, you’ll have to dodge spears of ice as Garraka and his army of ghosts freeze people before your very eyes. Luckily, when it comes to ghosts, you know who to call. Stick with the Ghostbusters. Only they can stop you from getting iced — not to mention, save the world as we know it.


Insidious: The Further key art

You may think this house is at Halloween Horror Nights, but it actually exists on a plane of the undead. Sorry! In “Insidious: The Further,” you’ll enter a dimension which is neither heaven nor hell, but a dark place where some souls are stuck for eternity. And those malevolent spirits desperately want to trap you in The Further forever. 

Watch out for KeyFace, a horrifying creature who uses his key-shaped fingertips to lock human souls inside The Further. And definitely don’t fall for the Red-Faced Demon’s attempts to get you inside The Red Door, as he just wants to possess your living body. Will you be able to make it back to the realm of the living?


Dead Exposure - HHN

Doesn’t it seem like top-secret experiments always go horribly wrong just as you arrive at Halloween Horror Nights? In “Dead Exposure: Death Valley,” you’ll wind through a covert government facility where officials are creating super soldiers. Unfortunately, everything goes haywire right as you arrive. And you’ll soon discover that, instead of super soldiers, the facility has (accidentally) created an army of radioactive zombies. Best of luck escaping!


Monstruos Key Art - HHN

If you loved the “Monstruos: The Monsters of Latin America” house in 2023 (and who didn’t?), you’re in luck! You’ll get to futher explore the terrifying universe of Latin American horror-folklore in this all-new, original house. In “Monstruos 2: The Nightmares of Latin America,” El Muerte will return to guide you through a graveyard of mythic monsters, including the soul-stealing rider, El Charro; the supernatural, doglike spirit El Cadejo, who roams quiet roads at night in search of prey; and the child-eating bogeyman, El Cucuy.

That’s all we can tell you for right now, but come back soon to catch up on all the latest.

Please note that the above photographs are from previous HHN events and do not reflect the upcoming event offerings. 

What are you most looking forward to at Halloween Horror Nights 2024 at Universal Studios Hollywood? Let us know in the comments below.

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