Turns out Universal Studios Orlando was able to scare up a couple of haunted houses that were going to be a part of this year's Halloween Horror Nights.
The event's 30th anniversary was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the resort announced last night that guests will be able to experience both "Revenge of the Tooth Fairy" and "The Bride of Frankenstein Lives" without an extra ticket this Saturday and Sunday.
The resort started teasing fans on its Twitter account Monday evening.
No additional days were announced, but those holding premier-level annual passes will be able to preview the houses on Friday, though they must pre-register on Wednesday. Universal will also offer trick-or-treating at Islands of Adventure for kids ages 12 and under this weekend.
Walt Disney World canceled its family-friendly "Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party" in August and won't be holding "Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party at Magic Kingdom this holiday season.
SeaWorld Orlando kicks off its "Halloween Spooktacular" on Saturday.
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