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The event, which has grown from three nights to 30 days of fright­en­ing fun, has de­vel­oped a cult fol­low­ing. “Our event changes year af­ter year,” says Michael Aiello, cre­ative di­rec­tor for Uni­ver­sal’s Hal­loween Hor­ror Nights, who hap­pens to have his own Michael My­ers Con­verses. “For 25 years, we’ve been giv­ing our guests a new and unique Hal­loween event that of­fers dif­fer­ent ter­ri­fy­ing char­ac­ters and hor­rific en­vi­ron­ments ev­ery year they visit.” This year’s event fea­tures nine elab­o­rate haunted houses, in­clud­ing one maze that com­bines Crys­tal Lake and Elm Street in “Freddy vs. Jason,” two live shows and five scare zones. Hal­loween Hor­ror Nights at Uni­ver­sal Stu­dios is for ages 13 and older and is of­fered se­lect nights from Sept. 18 to Nov. 1. Gen­eral ad­mis­sion tick­ets are $101.99 with dis­counts for Florida res­i­dents. Many of the theme-park rides are closed since the fo­cus is on the haunted houses and scare zones. Young chil­dren also will get a kick out of Le­goLand Florida’s where guests can trick- or-treat, par­tic­i­pate in Lego build­ing, ogle the largest Lego jack- o’lan­tern in the world, go on a haunted scavenger hunt, en­joy fire­works and com­pete in a chil­dren’s cos­tume con­test. “This is a Hal­loween cel­e­bra­tion that is com­pletely de­signed with kids in mind,” says Adrian Jones, gen­eral man­ager of

“Fam­i­lies will find all of the tra­di­tions they know and love in a style that is com­pletely Lego.” Dates are Oct.

Brick- or-Treat,

da Re­sort.

Le­goLand Flori-


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