The next house announced for the 2019 edition of Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando is a tribute to Universal’s horror roots.

The Universal Monsters maze will feature several of the earliest horror creations from Universal Studios, such as Dracula, Wolf Man, the Mummy, Frankenstein’s monster and the Creature from the Black Lagoon.

“In this all-new haunted house the world’s most terrifying monsters unleash havoc – thirsty for anything and everything in their paths,” Universal Orlando public relations representative Amanda Monteleone wrote in a blog post. “As you try to escape to safety, you’ll step into each monster’s domain – but beware – they refuse to let anyone get out alive.”

These classic Universal monsters are no strangers to HHN. They’ve appeared in more than a dozen houses at the event over the years, such as 1997’s Universal’s Museum of Horror to appearances by Dracula and The Wolf Man inside the All Nite Die-In: Double Feature house at HHN 25 in 2015.

Last year, the Universal Monsters starred in their own house at the Universal Studios Hollywood’s version of HHN.

The house is the third announced so far for HHN 29. The rest of lineup includes a house based off the hit Netflix series “Stranger Things” and an original concept, Nightingales: Blood Pit.

This year’s event will feature a total of 10 houses and five scare zones around Universal Studios Florida. It will the longest Halloween Horror Nights ever, running 41 nights from September 6 through November 4.

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