Just a week after announcing the first haunted house for this fall’s Halloween Horror Nights, Universal Orlando has now revealed six of the event’s 10 houses. 

Following the earlier reveals of Slaughter Sinema 2 and Goblin’s Feast, Universal also unveiled four more houses based around original concepts from Universal’s creative team. Here’s how Universal described each one:

  • Major Sweets Candy Factory, “You’ve been invited to chaperone a field trip to a candy factory. The deadly delicious treats turn the kids into sugar-fueled fiends.”
  • The Museum: Deadly Exhibit, “You decide to visit the new folklore museum exhibit, The Rotting Stone, when an evil escapes from within, destroying everything in its path.”
  • Monstruos: The Monsters of Latin America, “With La Muerte as your guide, you’ll be begging for piedad from these three terrifying legends: Tlahuelpuchi, La Lechuza and El Silbón.” (A house of the same name was featured at Universal Studios Hollywood’s version of HHN in 2023.)
  • Triplets of Terror, “You’re invited to the Barmy triplets’ birthday bash. But beware, they celebrate by recreating their family’s murders. Prepare for a gory gathering.”

That leaves four haunted houses yet to be announced, including houses likely based on movie and TV franchises, as is expected at HHN. 

The 33rd edition of Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Florida kicks off on Aug. 30, the earliest start for the event ever. It will run for 48 select nights through Nov. 3. Check out the full schedule here.

(Editor’s Note: Theme Park Tribune is late reporting on these announcements due to a family matter that prevented more timely updates to the website this week.)