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Where's Will? Universal Orlando Resort to re-open Halloween Horror Nights haunted house to celebrate 'Stranger Things Day'

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Fri, Nov 2nd 2018 06:15 pm
Images of the `Stranger Things` haunted mazes by Anastasia Lee, NBCUniversal.
Images of the "Stranger Things" haunted mazes by Anastasia Lee, NBCUniversal.
Popular 'Stranger Things' haunted house will re-open Nov. 6 to mark anniversary of Will Byers' disappearance; first time in history Universal Orlando will re-open a Halloween Horror Nights experience during day for park guests
For the first time ever, Universal Orlando Resort will give guests the opportunity to brave an entire, fear-filled Halloween Horror Nights haunted house during the day, after the event has closed.
On Nov. 6, the Upside Down will return to Universal Studios Florida as the incredibly popular "Stranger Things" haunted house returns for one day to commemorate the anniversary of Will Byers' disappearance in the critically acclaimed Netflix series.
Guests will walk in the footsteps of Will as they encounter iconic scenes, characters and environments from the first season of the series - including the menacing Hawkins National Laboratory, the Byers home adorned with an erratic display of flashing Christmas lights and the predatory Demogorgon ... which will stalk their every move.
Guests will also be able to enjoy foods and beverages inspired by Netflix's "Stranger Things" at select locations within Universal Studios on Nov. 6, including San Francisco Pastry Company, Beverly Hills Boulangerie and a special Benny's Burgers food tent.
The "Stranger Things" haunted house will open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, and access is included with admission to Universal Studios Florida or with an annual or seasonal pass. Passholders will also get access to the haunted house's express line by showing their valid pass at the entrance to the house.
The "Stranger Things" haunted house may be too intense for guests under 13. To purchase park tickets, including annual passes that are now available with up to six months free, visit www.universalorlando.com.

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