The Universal Orlando Halloween Horror Nights Tribute store has opened its final two rooms, marking the completion of the immersive retail location dedicated to the legacy of one of the world’s premier Halloween events. A fully themed Beetlejuice room thrusts shoppers into the world of “the ghost with the most”. Another haunting space features a variety of food and beverage options inspired by Halloween staples.

Outfitted with an assortment of specialty, retro-themed merchandise, the new Beetlejuice area within the store will pay homage to one of the original faces of Halloween Horror Nights, with décor inspired by iconic scenes from the film, including the Graveyard, Stairwell Snake and more.

And right next door, guests can get a taste of horror with an assortment of nearly 20 sweet and savory items, including the Halloween Confetti Cake, Vegan Brownie Skull, the Cherry Gummy Beating Heart and more.

Located in the New York area of Universal Studios Florida and now open daily during regular park hours, the Halloween Horror Nights Tribute Store celebrates legendary themes and characters from Halloween Horror Nights’ past. Each highly-themed room within the retail location features a collection of limited-time “throwback” merchandise – from t-shirts and socks to posters, face coverings and more – that pays homage to some of the iconic characters and experiences that have haunted guests for years.

The Universal Orlando Resort continues to operate at limited capacity while Universal Studios Hollywood has yet to open its gates. While this may seem like cold comfort to the horror-starved fans of this amazing event, Floridians are lucky indeed to have this cool store if nothing else.

Regardless, no matter where you are or your comfort level of venturing out, you can still browse the assortment of Halloween Horror Nights merchandise and make purchases from the comfort of your tomb here

About the Author: Norman Gidney

Norm(an) Gidney is a nearly lifelong horror fan. Beginning his love for the scare at the age of 5 by watching John Carpenter's Halloween, he set out on a quest to share his passion for all things spooky with the rest of the world.
By Published On: August 23, 2020Categories: Haunts, Theme Park Haunts, Theme Park News, Universal Orlando Halloween Horror NightsComments Off on Universal Orlando Opens Two New Rooms at HHN Tribute Store