Universal’s classic monsters will have a permanent home when Universal Orlando opens its Epic Universe theme park in 2025.

Overhead view of Dark Universe (Universal)

On Thursday, Universal released new concept art and details for this monsters-themed land, Dark Universe. Here’s how the Universal press release described the new land:

“Created by the award-winning Universal Creative team in partnership with Universal Pictures, Dark Universe blends the iconic stories of unearthly legends like Dracula, The Wolf Man, Frankenstein’s Monster, the Bride of Frankenstein and more with a new generation of monsters and characters, including Dr. Victoria Frankenstein – the great-great-granddaughter of the infamous Henry Frankenstein who has continued his misguided experiments. As guests venture through Darkmoor – the ravaged village within Dark Universe – they’ll encounter the characters and subjects of those experiments within a first-of-its-kind theme park environment that offers family-friendly fun while also pushing the boundaries on intensity in a way that only Universal could achieve.”

Frankenstein Manor will serve as the entrance to the land’s biggest attraction, called Monsters Unchained: The Frankenstein Experiment.

Monsters Unchained concept art (Universal)

This ride is expected to use the same industrial robotics technology first seen in Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey.

“Universal Orlando’s most terrifying attraction yet, this state-of-the-art dark ride takes guests deep into the catacombs of Frankenstein Manor, where Dr. Victoria Frankenstein conducts her twisted experiments. In a vain display of her genius, she invites guests into her laboratory to witness a demonstration of her ability to control monsters – but her plans go awry when her attempts to control the most dangerous of monsters, Dracula, fails, unleashing a horde of enraged monsters. Guests are then thrust into an intense ride through the darkness as they try to evade the grasps of The Wolf Man, The Mummy, The Creature from the Black Lagoon, the Brides of Dracula and others.”

The other ride in the land will be a spinning, family-oriented roller coaster called Curse of the Werewolf. Like the previously-announced Stardust Racers dueling coasters in Epic Universe, Curse of the Werewolf was manufactured by Germany’s Mack Rides.

Curse of the Werewolf (Universal)

Beyond rides, Dark Universe will offer what sounds like Universal’s version of Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique. Instead of princess makeovers, the Darkmoor Monster Makeup Experience will “transform guests’ outer appearances so they can showcase their fandom for the Universal Monsters,” according to Universal.

The land will include meet-and-greets with the monsters, two restaurants — Das Stakehaus and Burning Blade Tavern — and a food stand called De Lacey’s Cottage.

The Burning Blade Tavern (Universal)

Universal has been slowly rolling out its Epic Universe reveals land by land, including Super Nintendo World, Isle of Berk and Celestial Park. The last area left to be revealed is the newest extension of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, the Ministry of Magic.