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A lot has been happening at the Universal Studios Orlando theme park this fall…
Not too long ago Universal had opened a Halloween Horror Nights tribute store with many quite interesting rooms. They set up these rooms in the store to remind fans about the event and at the same time give all the guests an opportunity to buy exclusive merchandise.
Now let me walk you through the rooms:
Just as a reminder due to COVID-19 When you enter the tribute store you have to follow practicing social distance and of course you have to wear a mask.
When you walk into the first room you are greeted with a Frankenstein figure and a bunch of machines. Around the machines you can find some costume masks, hats, t-shirts, pins and more Halloween Horror Nights merchandise you can only find exclusively at the tribute store at this time.
You will then enter a Jack the Clown icon room where you can find much more merchandise to buy for your friends or family or you can buy something for yourself! Walking around you will smell that “Halloween Horror Nights” smell! There you can find posters of past Halloween Horror Nights icons hanging up, and for those who would like a little bit more, there is a photo opportunity with a very realistic Jack the Clown model!
Next Stop! This additional room leads up to the one that is a fan favorite but first… Let me tell you where you can get some delicious sweet treats! You walk into a bakery/cafe like room where they have a display full of horror-themed goodies that I think you should definitely try for yourself! They are fantastic!
Now, the moment you all have been waiting for… the one, the only… 3rd Tribute Store room!! This room is based off of the classic “Bettlejuice” film released in the year of 1988 in the USA. When walking through the room you feel like you are walking through the television screen and into the movie! If you haven’t seen this movie yet, I advice you to go watch it so that you have a fantastic experience and understanding when you visit the Tribute Store at Universal Orlando. Please note: This movie may be a bit scary for younger audiences, so please be mindful of your younger children. However, please review this movie and if your children are not scared than you can watch it with them!
I hope you had enjoyed today’s blog and make sure to stop by tomorrow for another day of 31 Days of Fall Festivities post!!